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A genetic test might predict how susceptible you are to COVID-19
8.12.2020 Maxine Nunes

HLA typing — a simple genetic procedure — might not only help determine who is most at risk for contracting COVID-19, it may also be important in developing a vaccine that can be widely effective.

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In Season Snacks: Roasted Beet Chips

In addition to being low in calories and high in fiber, beets also happen to be easy to prepare and delicious.

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Pork and Garlic Miso Noodle Bowl

Our Garlic Miso Noodle Bowl comes together in just a few minutes, and provides not just the warm comfort of an at-home noodle night, but plenty of additional benefits.

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COVID-19 and the immune system: What we know
7.29.2020 Abe Rosenberg

Yes, some foods may have certain anti-inflammatory properties. And yes, some people even claim vitamin D fortifies you against respiratory infection and that enhancing your gut microbiome may be a worthwhile goal. But no one has been able to prove that any one of those things has any definitive effect on COVID-19.

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Common Skin Cancer Questions Answered By Experts
7.29.2020 hopeful

Did you know that skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S., with over 5 million cases diagnosed annually? Here, City of Hope dermatologists answer your questions about sun safety and skin cancer.

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How Palliative Care Doctors Can Support Caregivers

Chandana Banerjee, M.D., M.P.A., an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Supportive Care Medicine at City of Hope, explains the role palliative care physicians can play in the lives of cancer caregivers.

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