Recent CDC survey data on the pandemic’s mental health impacts are being borne out by families seen at Cleveland Clinic. One of our child and adolescent psychiatrists shares some actions taken in response.
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Patient-facing healthcare workers more likely to test positive for COVID-19 than non-healthcare workers, but less likely to be hospitalized, a new study finds.
While volumes have returned to near pre-pandemic levels, the risk of COVID-19 encouraged creative thinking, and sometimes treatment changes, for breast cancer specialists at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center.
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After an extensive search for a chief of Cleveland Clinic’s Bariatric and Metabolic Institute, Ali Aminian, MD, was named to the leadership position.
A new commentary describes COVID’s effect on Black America as “a pandemic superimposed on a historic epidemic of heath disparities.” The authors outline the contributing factors and ways to start addressing them.
A new Cleveland Clinic-led study examines the distribution of viral load in healthcare providers who tested positive for COVID-19. In the majority of cases, the findings show, the risk of transmission is relatively low after seven to 10 days following the onset of symptoms.
As children return to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there are important considerations for children with disabilities. Pediatric physical medicine and rehabilitation expert, Lainie Holman, MD, explains the pediatrician’s role in advocating for their patients.
Our fellowship program director shares insights on keeping training programs afloat during the pandemic. The leading lesson may be to start preparing now for the next unforeseen disruptive event.
A team of over 40 caregivers used apheresis as a bridge to transplant for a patient with COVID-19 and liver failure.