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A man receives the Pfizer COVID vaccine in Ramat Gan, Israel. A small Israeli study suggests vaccinated people who experience rare breakthrough infections may develop symptoms that last as long as six weeks. Amir Levy/Getty Images hide caption

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COVID Symptoms May Linger In Some Vaccinated People Who Get Infected, Study Finds

A small Israeli study of vaccinated health care workers found that a handful who got infected developed headaches, muscle pain, fatigue and other symptoms of long COVID that lasted for weeks.

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya competes in the women's 5000-meter final in Pretoria, South Africa, on April 15. Her attempt to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics in an event exempt from new testosterone rules fell short. Phill Magakoe/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Olympic Runner Caster Semenya Wants To Compete, Not Defend Her Womanhood

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A man receives the Pfizer COVID vaccine in Ramat Gan, Israel. A small Israeli study suggests vaccinated people who experience rare breakthrough infections may develop symptoms that last as long as six weeks. Amir Levy/Getty Images hide caption

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COVID Symptoms May Linger In Some Vaccinated People Who Get Infected, Study Finds

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A Posthumous Album Captures The Humor — And Heartache — Of Sam Mehran

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