COVID-19
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  • Jul 19 2021

As the COVID delta variant continues to spread across the United States, questions remain around both vaccine effectiveness and vaccination rates, and what these numbers could mean moving into the fall.

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  • Jul 16 2021

The research team hopes the study’s results will inform science-based decisions about mask use and social distancing after vaccination, especially as new variants spread and emerge.

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  • Jun 24 2021

The project provides a secure and direct communication with local businesses as part of the Kentucky Economic Recovery and Resilience Project.

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  • Jun 11 2021

President Eli Capilouto sent a message to the University of Kentucky campus community on June 10, 2021, providing details of campus operations for the upcoming summer and fall 2021 semesters.

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  • Jun 8 2021

H. Dan O’Hair and Mary John O’Hair are co-editors of a first volume in a new series about the study of science communication in times of crisis.

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  • Jun 1 2021

Although these headaches cause significant suffering by affecting the quality of life, there is no evidence that they may result in permanent damage.

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  • May 21 2021

UK Health Sciences alum Tori Schaub developed a small telehealth program for her company in 2017, which served as a launching pad for the entire organization when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

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  • May 19 2021

Staff members at UK HealthCare’s Barnstable Brown Diabetes Center (BBDC) found a unique way to ease anxiety as young patients and families return to in-person clinic visits.

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  • May 18 2021

With a debilitating second wave of COVID-19 ravaging India, Hasani – and many other South Asian Americans with close ties to the country – are stressed and worried about the safety of friends and family.

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  • May 12 2021

The return to in-person learning in Texas last fall led to additional COVID-19 cases and deaths within the first two months.