Ensuring the public that the coronavirus vaccine is safe and effective is key to helping Americans feel comfortable getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn how public health professionals and healthcare workers can help educate the public and dispel disinformation.
Getting divorced is a life-changing event that can be extremely emotional and confusing for adults and children. In this episode, APU professor Dr. Kandis Wyatt talks to Danica Joan about the benefits of having a divorce coach, especially in child custody cases.
In early January, Gavi, a public-private partnership based in Geneva, announced the formation of a global emergency stockpile of 500,000 Ebola vaccines.
COVID-19 Vaccinations: To effectively and quickly vaccinate a community twice, the number of personnel should be in the 100s.
While most people recover from COVID-19, researchers are finding that there are long-lasting effects on the body, including the heart.
Live events came to a grinding halt due to COVID-19. Will concerts come back in 2021? Learn about business continuity innovations and processes that will be critical to improving the safety of mass gatherings.
Don’t forget to wear red on February 5 to improve heart health and raise awareness of heart disease both nationally and around the world!
How are researchers using artificial intelligence to help with the pandemic? Learn how AI is helping scientists, researchers, and healthcare professionals quickly process all the data being collected about the virus to better understand how to treat patients and develop a vaccine.