Tag: Coronavirus

Physician Q&A: Separating Fact from Fiction with...

If you keep up with the news, you’ve probably seen reports that isolated cases of “Flurona” have been reported around...

February 1, 2022

When – and Where – Should You...

As the coronavirus’s omicron variant sweeps across the country, demand for COVID-19 testing has far exceeded capacity in many South...

December 30, 2021

The Truth About COVID-19 Vaccines and Infertility

Among the many things the pandemic has taught us? When it comes to COVID-19 and how best to protect one’s...

August 6, 2021

Hurricane Season 2021: COVID-19 is Still a...

There’s been some progress against COVID-19 over the past year, especially with the benefit of having several vaccination options available....

May 28, 2021

You’ve Been Vaccinated? Great! Now What?

As the number of Americans who’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine grows by the day, so too does the shared sense...

April 5, 2021

Patient’s 47-Day COVID-19 Battle Included 20 Days...

Oscar Rodriguez came to Homestead Hospital on the seventh day of his COVID-19 infection with double pneumonia and collapsed lungs....

March 30, 2021

Baptist Health Pharmacy Residents at the Forefront...

Today, January 12, is National Pharmacist Day. And for a group of Baptist Health pharmacy residents, the coronavirus pandemic has...

January 12, 2021

COVID-19 Testing at Baptist Health: Easy as...

The nationwide surge in COVID-19 cases — just as college students are returning home and families are gathering for the...

November 20, 2020

Planning for the Holidays? Don’t Forget Your...

This promises to be a very different holiday season for many families. With the coronavirus as an uninvited guest this...

November 19, 2020

Halloween, You, COVID-19 and the Flu

On a mid-October South Florida day, the sight of buzzards circling lazily high in the sky is a sure sign...

October 26, 2020

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Roundup: U.S. Task Force Urges Anxiety...

U.S. Health Panel Urges Anxiety Disorder Screenings for Adults Under 65 For the first time, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), an influential panel...

A Day With A Dolphins Team...

Orthopedic and sports medicine physician Michael Swartzon, M.D., is one of three team physicians from Baptist Health Orthopedic Care that look after the Miami Dolphins,...

Hispanics and Their Health: Understanding Higher...

As the nation marks Hispanic Heritage Month 2022, it’s vitally important to understand that Hispanic Americans are more likely to develop diabetes – a 66...

Baptist Health Experts Offer Their Thoughts...

With the start of flu season just round the corner (did last year’s flu season ever really end?) and COVID continuing to circulate here in...

Peripheral Arterial Disease Can Be as...

If you are having trouble walking, don’t be too quick to dismiss your problem as a normal sign of aging. You could be experiencing symptoms...

Chronic Pain Management: Wider Range of...

Chronic pain is one of the most common reasons adults seek medical care and it is often linked to restrictions in mobility and daily activities....

Going Against the Flow: Innovative TCAR...

A less invasive procedure to reduce the risk of stroke by clearing blockages of the carotid artery in the neck is being offered more widely...

Treating Underlying Vascular Disease Can Prevent...

Critical limb ischemia, or CLI, is a potentially life-threatening condition that can lead to amputation. It is a severe form of peripheral artery disease, a...

Roundup: Early Onset Cancers Surge in...

New Study: There’s Been a ‘Dramatic’ Rise in Early Onset Cancers in Adults Younger Than 50 Since 1990s Over the last three decades, there has...

Speedy Bear Brigade Brings Smiles to...

Some children grabbed the teddy bears and immediately clutched them in a strong embrace. Others reached out shyly when offered a bear, happy to have...