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COVID-19 and the holidays: How to celebrate safely

Last holiday season, as the pandemic raged and there was no vaccine, the nation struggled with juggling the need for family vs. the need for safety. This year we have highly effective vaccines, and restrictions have eased to some degree for vaccinated people. But COVID-19 still exists, people are still dying or being hospitalized, and the need for caution is still with us. As protective measures against COVID-19 continue, Dr. Michael Stevens, a VCU Health expert in infectious diseases, answers some common questions on how to celebrate safely during this second holiday season under a global pandemic. View story
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Project seeks to improve access, services around Alzheimer’s for Richmond-area older adults

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CDC awards $6M grant to VCU to address youth violence in Richmond and beyond

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Virginia receives its first Specialized Program of Research Excellence (SPORE) grant

September 22, 2021

Researchers receive national award to further study muscular dystrophy, cancer and heart failure

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VCU launches Office of Health Equity

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Column: Do your part — get vaccinated

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Health sciences summer pipeline program offers undergrads six-week slice-of-life as a grad student

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VCU doctoral student is looking at how racism might be affecting maternal health outcomes

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Racial and ethnic minorities experience disproportionate economic impacts of COVID-19

July 23, 2021

$1.4M grant will support free behavioral health services to underserved youth

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Ensuring equitable access to health care throughout the COVID-19 pandemic … and beyond

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