COVID Vaccine May Create 'Terminator'-Type Antibody Response In People Who Have Had CoronavirusCBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida shared his advice about the new questions being raised concerning whether or not people who've had COVID-19 need two doses of the vaccines.
Decrease In COVID Cases May Point To Seasonality In Coronavirus, Says Dr. Dave HnidaThe number of new diagnosed COVID-19 has dropped across the naton including here in Colorado.
Dr. Dave Hnida: You Don't Need A Reaction To Have Immunity From COVID VaccineCBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has joined the nearly 1 million Coloradans who have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine and described his body's reaction.
Where The Recommendation Stands For Pregnant Women And The COVID VaccineAs more Coloradans receive the COVID-19 vaccines, there are increasing questions about whether they are safe for pregnant women.
COVID-19 Vaccines Could Be Tweaked Like Lego SetWith the arrival of variants of COVID-19, there are questions about how well the current vaccines will work. CBSN Denver's Makenzie O'Keefe asked Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida how hard it would be to create a new vaccine.
Yes, You Can Get COVID-19 A Second Time. And Several Hundred Coloradans HaveThe arrival of new strains of coronavirus in Colorado means people can get sick with COVID-19 a second time.
Avoid Taking Pain Relievers Before COVID Vaccine In Order To Get Most 'Bang For Your Buck'With more Coloradans receiving the COVID-19 vaccines every day and more tiers being opened, we're hear more about minor side effects like arm soreness. That has some wondering if they should take a pain reliever, like ibuprofen, before they get the shot. CBSN Denver's Makenzie O'Keefe posed that very question to CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida.
Johnson & Johnson Could Be The 'Workhorse' COVID Vaccine, Colorado Doctor SaysJohnson & Johnson could be close to filing for an emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine but some have raised disappointment about its effective rate.
COVID Vaccines For Children Appear To Be A Half A Year Away, Or LongerCurrent coronavirus vaccines are only approved for adults but Pfizer has now started a trial for children between the ages of 12 and 15.
Scratch And Sniff May Be Better For COVID Screenings Than Temperature CheckTemperature checks have become commonplace as doctors' offices and other businesses screen for COVID-19, however they may not be the most reliable indicator of coronavirus.