What doctors wish patients knew about dusting off social rust
Stuck at home for nearly two years, many Americans feel their social skills are rusty. Learn how to overcome that social anxiety while staying safe.
What doctors wish patients knew about going back to work
Going back to the office will certainly be different than it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. One physician shares what to expect when returning to work.
What doctors wish patients knew about a prediabetes diagnosis
Prediabetes is real, common and reversible, but it can also be confusing to navigate. A family physician takes the time to clear things up.
What doctors wish patients knew about COVID-19 herd immunity
Herd immunity can protect the vulnerable from COVID-19, but the Delta variant makes it harder to reach. Two AMA members share what patients must know.
What doctors wish parents knew about keeping kids safe at school
The rise of the COVID-19 Delta variant has parents wondering what returning to school will look like for children. Three physicians share what to expect.
What doctors wish patients knew about breakthrough COVID infections
Some fully vaccinated patients still acquire SARS-CoV-2. Learn why that happens and how immunization helps protect such patients.
What doctors wish patients knew about the dangerous Delta variant
The COVID-19 Delta variant, a more transmissible form of SARS-CoV-2, is rapidly spreading and poses a threat to unvaccinated and partially vaccinated people.
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