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The COVID-19 pandemic, along with changes to medicare could leave many seniors confused about their healthcare benefits and their own care, but a new platform aims to make the process easier for older Texans.

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Home for the holidays may not be the safest place to be if you are planning to travel. Doctors are concerned Christmas and New Year Travel will turn into super-spreader events.

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Researchers around the world have been working at record speed to develop vaccines to combat COVID-19, and less than a year after the start of the pandemic that goal is now a reality. But many are still hesitant to take the vaccine due to myths and rumors about the long term effects of vaccine.

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While researchers search for ways to stop COVID-19, some doctors say wearing a mask may do more than originally thought. Dr. Oz looks at the possibility it may be a much longer-lasting solution.

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Dr. Oz explains, for some COVID-19 patients, there is "system shock". It can cause hair loss. The doctor explains when they can expect it to re-grow.

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President Trump was allowed to return to the White House Monday, after spending the weekend at Walter Reed. Dr. Oz looks at how the sickness has made the president more susceptible to "VIP Syndrome".

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For a vaccine to actually work, there must be enough people with a defense against COVID-19 to prevent its rapid spread.

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Lubbock public health director Katherine Wells and public health authority Dr. Ron Cook both expressed concern at the recent trend of COVID-19 cases in Lubbock. They painted a less optimistic tone at the city's virtual news conference than what has been conveyed in previous updates.

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As doctors learn more about the long-term effects COVID-19 can have on our bodies, they are isolating particular problem areas. Dr. Oz has a personal connection to one patient.

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The Texas Tech Health Sciences Center is looking for people who have tested positive then recovered from COVID-19. They may have antibodies that can help other patients fight off the virus.

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It's a term that many may not be familiar with "Super Bugs". They are a strain of bacteria, viruses and parasites that is resistant to most of the antibiotics and other medications commonly used to treat the infections they cause.

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We've told you before about plasma therapy, where doctors use antibodies from someone who has beaten the virus to help someone else fighting it.

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As the economy begins to reopen, tracing possible COVID-19 exposure could become more difficult. Dr. Oz tells us why having teams dedicated to tracking the virus is so crucial for the country going forward.