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Why a psychologist plays a key role in treating fracture patients

June 23, 2021
Orthopedic clinic includes psychological care as a core part of treatment for patients who are recovering from a traumatic injury.

Already had COVID-19? You still need the vaccine.

June 18, 2021
Just because COVID-19 is receding, doesn't mean the pandemic is over. It's not. People who were not fully vaccinated are still getting sick.

Babies are born with days and nights reversed. Here’s a sleep survival guide.

June 23, 2021
Babies are born with day and night confusion, but parents can help their newborn adjust. A pediatrician explains 8 ways to help your baby sleep soundly.

Protecting yourself from tick-borne illnesses

June 7, 2017 Updated June 21, 2021
Hiking, camping and playing outside can be fun, but a tick bite could mean serious consequences. Here's one doctor's advice on how to prevent tick-borne illnesses.

A peek inside one doctor’s COVID-19 journal

June 18, 2021
In November 1664 the bubonic plague arrived in London. Known as the Black Death for the discoloration of the swollen affected lymph nodes (buboes), when the pandemic subsided 18 months later, fully a quarter of London’s population lay dead. Several years...

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