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Dr. Rosemary Olivero

Don’t forget your flu shot

Although overshadowed by COVID-19, influenza is still circulating and can cause serious illness.

Ready for the worst, hoping for the best

Younger, unvaccinated people are key factors in the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases in the hospital, doctors say.

10 summer activities ranked by riskiness

Here's what infectious disease doctors want you to know about having fun and staying healthy during the continued pandemic.

‘I wouldn’t throw your mask away’

A pediatric infectious disease specialist offers suggestions for how parents of unvaccinated kids should respond to new CDC guidelines.

‘We are still in a pandemic’

Medical experts urge caution for spring break travel.

Planning for a safe COVID-era holiday

Medical experts urge caution regarding traditional festivities, but offer fun alternatives.

It’s a fall thing: Time for flu shots

A vaccine today boosts your odds of staying healthy in the chilly months ahead.

An outside-the-box Halloween

With a little creativity and advance planning, there's plenty of spooky fun to be had.

Parents: Beware these red flags

A pediatric infectious disease specialist shares crucial information about COVID-19 and the inflammatory disease making headlines around the world.

COVID-19: Cancel those playdates

With schools closed, parents may be tempted to arrange get-togethers for their kids. Not a good idea, says an infectious disease doctor.

What to do if you’re exposed to COVID-19

Infectious disease specialists offer tips on how to monitor your health and protect others from exposure to the virus.

COVID-19 and traveling

Learn what precautions to take as you seek to stay healthy and well while away from home.