Although safety has been the top priority throughout the vaccine trials some people are worried about getting vaccinated because they have heard or read false information.
Here are some of the most common myths, debunked with facts pulled from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
For the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought scary headlines and discouraging news reports. Well, it’s time for the millions of adults and children living with asthma to hear some good news for once.
A recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that double masking can be more than 96% effective at slowing the spread of COVID-19. So what does this mean for Nationwide Children’s Hospital patients and families?
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If you or someone you know has had COVID-19, you’ve probably heard that you are immune after recovery for at least a short period of time. So, you may be wondering, during this period, should you still wear a mask? The answer is yes. Read More
The Center for Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstruction (CCPR) has always offered our existing patients follow-up care via phone, but with the advancements of telemedicine due to the COVID-19 pandemic we can now offer video calls in certain circumstances. Read More
The continual uncertainty and stress caused by COVID-19 is impacting families in many ways. Social distancing can be especially challenging for teenagers, who may feel isolated from classmates, friends and romantic partners. Read More
With the initial distribution phase of COVID-19 vaccines now occurring in Ohio to frontline health care workers, residential care facilities and EMS responders, many parents are asking when their children can be vaccinated. The answer is: hopefully soon, but not yet. Read More
While 2020 was indeed a challenge, we hope a look back at the top 10 blog posts we published over the last 12 months will be a reminder of how we worked our way through a public health crisis together. Read More
Physical therapists are always working to optimize their patients’ ability to move and improve their health. With the restrictions created by the global COVID-19 pandemic, this year they had to get creative. Telehealth was the answer to this problem. Read More