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‘Most Unvaccinated People Are Not Anti-Vaxxers’
Overcoming patients’ COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy requires less proselytizing and more empathizing, says Ob/Gyn Oluwatosin Goje, MD. Dr. Goje shares insights that have helped her successfully guide more people to get vaccinated.
7 Ways to Build Resilience Amid Another COVID-19 Surge
When you can’t change external circumstances, tap into internal resources to find strength and peace.
Underlying Immunologic Disorder or MIS-C? A Complex Condition Puzzles Physicians
It seemed like an obvious case of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children. But symptoms persisted, leading to several readmissions and leaving physicians puzzled.
The Rise of Omicron and the Fall of Delta? Epidemiologists Monitor the New Variant
The omicron variant is demonstrating community spread in some parts of the world, but the implications of such still remain uncertain.
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How to Address Common COVID-19 Vaccine Myths With Patients
Share this short myth-busting video with your vaccine-hesitant patients.
Unearthing Clues Into a Complex Virus-Host Relationship in the Early Pandemic
Epidemiologists at Cleveland Clinic have been investigating the evolution of the SARS-CoV-2 virus to help determine which patients are at risk for more severe disease.
Sleep Hypoxia and COVID-19: A Dangerous Combination
A new investigation finds that sleep-related hypoxia worsens outcomes in patients who develop COVID-19 but sleep-disordered breathing doesn’t raise the risk of contracting COVID-19.
Atypical Presentations, Serious Comorbidities Pose Unique Threat to Geriatric Patients With COVID-19
Experts recommend an altered approach when diagnosing and managing COVID-19 in geriatric patients, whose risk of severe illness and mortality is compounded by age-related pathophysiologic changes.
Breakthrough COVID-19 in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis: Snapshot From One Data Registry
Treatment with an anti-CD20 drug or fingolimod raised risk of breakthrough infection in vaccinated patients, but outcomes remained good.
5 Steps to Swiftly Transform a Large Community Cardiology Practice to Virtual Visits
At the start of the pandemic, our community cardiology practices pivoted from 99.7% in-office visits to 95% virtual visits within a month. We share the key steps in that rapid and successful transition.