How are you feeling? Join a movement - report your symptoms to https://bit.ly/3bCBsGm to help #publichealth track the #COVID19 pandemic. #publichealth #COVID19 #HarvardHealth @BostonChildrens @harvardmed
7 ways to reduce stress: https://bit.ly/2x2CeOt #HarvardHealth #HeartHealth
How long between when a person is exposed to the virus and when they start showing symptoms? #HarvardHealth experts answer common questions about the coronavirus. https://bit.ly/39qMZHt
Why the human heart thrives with exercise. https://bit.ly/2WUoUGm #HarvardHealth
7 ways to reduce stress: https://bit.ly/3bB35zE #HarvardHealth #HeartHealth
Understanding acute and chronic inflammation. https://bit.ly/3dGipwG #HarvardHealth
Strategies to promote better sleep in these uncertain times. https://bit.ly/2xual1M #HarvardHealth
“We have adapted to this new reality, but the mission remains the same: helping to support children and families navigate hospital life and ... make this feel like a second home.”
COVID-19: Using Telemedicine to Reach Hospitalized Children - Read more. ➨ https://ucla.in/3aSKNu5
The experts at #HarvardHealth have created a resource center to answer all of your questions about the coronavirus. https://bit.ly/2xukawH
As the 2020 edition starts rolling off press, Dr. Garnick sat down to review major milestones in a 40-year career treating men who've been diagnosed with cancer in this most troublesome gland. https://bit.ly/2UMLb6i #HarvardHealth #podcast
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 New Frontiers in Pathology Conference in Croatia has been cancelled.
Please stay tuned for more information. #UMichPath
UCLA Health’s, Dr. Otto Yang is leading a global clinical trial to fight COVID-19.
The clinical trial is sponsored by @NIH and will test the effectiveness of a candidate anti-viral drug against #COVID19 in hopes of finding a cure. Read more here. ➨ https://ucla.in/2R6fAM4
Can exercise help treat anxiety? https://bit.ly/2xujd7B #HarvardHealth
A new article from @Healthline, featuring #UMichPath's own Dr. Robertson Davenport, explains whether or not it is safe to donate blood during the coronavirus pandemic.
Read the full story here:
Larger waist size may point to dementia risk. https://bit.ly/39v2ZYW #HarvardHealth
Thinning hair in women: Why it happens and what helps. https://bit.ly/3bxKODs #HarvardHealth
#UMichNursing's Beth Ammerman is taking on additional hours and patients while working to find alternative methods to patient care and new approaches to #flattenthecurve in a rapidly progressing pandemic. Read more about changes to care on the front lines of #COVID19.
One of the symptoms of COVID-19 is shortness of breath. What does that mean?The experts at #HarvardHealth are answering common questions about the coronavirus. https://bit.ly/2wKQGKP
These are great! Thank you @LakerGirls for your support. #TeamLA
A huge thank you to all the essential workers working so hard to keep everyone safe 💜💛 #TeamLA
Today you have an opportunity to do something big. Something that could change the course of someone else's life. Make the biggest impact by minimizing yours.
Go big. And stay home. #TeamLA
Is it possible to feel calm and connected in the time of coronavirus? Practice #mindfulness with our virtual community, today at 12:30pm.➡️ https://ucla.in/2JB6jXX
These are 5 of the best exercises you can ever do. https://bit.ly/2UsioFm #HarvardHealth #exercise #HeartHealth
Ranitidine (Zantac) recall expanded, many questions remain. https://bit.ly/39D1lVk #HarvardHealth
An efficient (and thrifty) way to exercise at home. https://bit.ly/2WSwmSB #HarvardHealth
In uncertain times, we still have much to be thankful for. From the health care workers and first responders at the forefront of #COVID19 care to all of those staying home to save lives, we thank you. Together we're dedicated to getting through this global health crisis.
In this new video from @umichmedicine, you can see the incredible impact that your donations of medical gear and personal protective equipment has made.
On behalf of #UMichPath, thank you for your continued service in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
A week and a half ago, we put out the call for donations of gear to protect our teams during #COVID19 care.
Today, we have this to say.
Learn more: http://michmed.org/donategear
Coping with the coronavirus pandemic for people with anxiety disorders. https://bit.ly/2QOmllz #HarvardHealth
Treatments for post-nasal drip. https://bit.ly/2vQwPJG #HarvardHealth
From @latimes: Garner opened the daily report from the laboratory. In the previous 24 hours, his team conducted 150 tests; a week before, just 30 tests. The increase was unprecedented ...
His eyes paused on No. 20SA-83. Another positive.
Read more. ➨ https://ucla.in/2R2uzqa
Dr. Carol Boyd was recently honored with the 2020 College on Problems of Drug Dependence Mentorship Award! This is the most prestigious mentorship award in substance use disorder research and Dr. Boyd is the first nurse scientist to earn this high honor. #NursesLead
Today’s MVPs...all those folks still working to keep us healthy, fed and safe. Thank you to all the doctors, nurses, frontline workers and essential staff for sacrificing so much for our community. We all play for #TeamLA @UCLAHealth @UCLAAthletics @RoseBowlStadium @Learfield
The experts at #HarvardHealth have created a resource center to answer all of your questions about the coronavirus. https://bit.ly/2UjFNZm #HarvardHealth