Eugenia South, MD, MSHP: COVID-19 and Nature

August 03, 2020


Being outside is safer than being inside with a lot of people.

How Voxelotor Benefits the Blood Shortage

August 02, 2020


The pandemic has burdened blood drives nationally. A new sickle cell drug keeps patients from needing as many transfusions.

Miguel Regueiro, MD: Ongoing Examination at Link Between Gastrointestinal Symptoms and COVID-19

July 31, 2020


Nearly two-thirds of COVID-19 patients have gastrointestinal symptoms.

Experts Discuss COVID-19 Vaccine Developments

July 31, 2020


A recap of an expert-led webinar on vaccine developments for COVID-19.

Tocilizumab Does Not Meet Primary Endpoint in COVID-19 Phase 3 Trial

July 30, 2020


Findings of the trial on tocilizumab fall short.

Algorithm Compares Risk of Cancelled Ophthalmology Appointments Against COVID-19

July 23, 2020


The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced several ophthalmologists to cancel appointments with patients who might be at a risk of developing sight-threatening illnesses.

Oxford University Coronavirus Vaccine Reports Promising Early Results

July 20, 2020


The vaccine induced T cell response in about 2 weeks, and antibody response in about 4 weeks, among 1000-plus healthy adults.

Jeremy Orr, MD, MPH: Lack of Routine Care During COVID-19

July 19, 2020


AI can help make up for missed appointments and screening.

Jeremy Orr, MD, MPH: Disparities of AI Use During COVID-19

July 18, 2020


Some geographic areas are better equipped to deploy the technology.

Jeremy Orr, MD, MPH: Mistakes with AI During COVID-19

July 17, 2020


How the US has misused AI during the pandemic and the state of the country without the technology.