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Back-to-School & COVID-19 Vaccines

August marks National Immunization Awareness Month and is also the time of year many parents are buying school supplies, scheduling routine sports physicals, and ensuring their children have required vaccinations. Click to learn more! Read More

Number of Drugs Suggested in Search for COVID-19 Cure Cause for Concern

Mohamed A. Bayorh, PhD, shares a personal opinion about COVID-19 and some of the challenges associated with the treatment needed to save lives. Read More

Get Better Sleep During and After COVID-19

While we may all still be dealing with the ongoing and unpredictable effects of the pandemic on our daily lives, there are a number of healthy habits that are within your control to get better sleep. Read More

Stroke: Understanding Risks, Signs, and Prevention

Have you or your family been affected by a stroke? There’s a high probability you have. Stroke is one of the most common neurological diseases today and a leading cause of long-term disability in the U.S. and around the world. Read More

The New House Call: Health Care via Telemedicine

Many decades ago, it was not uncommon for family physicians to make in-person house calls to their patients for consultations or follow-up care. While that practice has long disappeared, a new form of it has rapidly emerged in recent years, thanks to the reach and possibilities of the internet and videoconferencing technology. Read More

Maternal Mortality Disparities: Black Mothers Expected to Fare Worse in COVID-19 Pandemic

Black Maternal Health Week, April 11-17, is an opportunity to raise awareness and center Black women’s voices in the conversation not only on Black maternal health in the United States, but in the conversation around coronavirus (COVID-19) disparities. Read More