Despite its unpredictable nature, we must find ways for human behavior to help, not hurt or hinder, our response to the COVID19 pandemic
A new survey finds that fear of COVID-19 has kept people from seeking medical care, including people with chronic conditions.
COVID-19 spikes are occurring all across the country. Here are some ways to get through the next wave healthy and psychologically strong.
The well-documented COVID19 chapter of Abramson's book, Proof of Conspiracy, details our early failure to respond. Here's why it matters.
Dr. Bobby Reddy discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the care of cancer patients, including changes to treatment and way care is delivered.
For some frontline healthcare workers, symptoms of stress will subside with the crisis, but others will need additional help to restore their mental health.
There are simple ways to help prioritize your mental and physical health and keep it from deteriorating during the COVID 19 crisis.
A small study of seriously ill COVID-19 patients administered acalabrutinib, a BTK inhibitor and repurposed lymphoma drug, showed very promising results.
Digital automation tools that improve healthcare workflows are key as stakeholders seek new ways to deliver patient care and increase operational efficiency
Patients with COVID-19 are at a much greater risk of developing blood clots. Guidelines for diagnosis and management of the condition are rapidly evolving.
We need to prepare for increased healthcare needs in chronically ill once the acute phase of COVID-19 has passed. Much of that care may have been deferred.
Vaping can lead to irreversible lung damage in youth and young adults. This may increase susceptibility to complications from infection with COVID-19