Higher vaccine hesitancy persists among Black Canadians

Despite groups designated as visible minorities being at an increased risk of infection and mortality from COVID-19, higher vaccine hesitancy persists among Black Canadians when compared to the general public.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Why good weather did nothing to lift spirits in lockdown

Come rain or shine, the weather did nothing to ease or worsen the mental health consequences of COVID-19—according to new research from the University of East Anglia and the University of Essex.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

After COVID, many Americans are struck by new maladies: study

Suffering through a case of COVID-19 unleashed a host of other health problems in hundreds of thousands of Americans participating in the largest study yet of the long-term effects of coronavirus infection.

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