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In early July, news broke about the Southeastern Veterans’ Center in Philadelphia treating veterans with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial drug used in the treatment of COVID-19. What made this story different, however, is that the veterans being given the drug hadn’t necessarily been tested for coronavirus. The Washington Post reported that “for more than two weeks…

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Every year the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launch a national campaign in favor of influenza vaccination. Scientists work on vaccines to help safeguard our health as best they can, despite knowing how unpredictable influenza can be. Despite the type of flu virus, symptoms typically present with aches, fever, chills,…

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Preeclampsia and eclampsia can be life-threatening conditions affecting pregnant women and new mothers. Preeclampsia generally involves swelling, the development of high blood pressure, or high protein levels in the urine any time after the 20th week of pregnancy. Eclampsia is a severe complication of preeclampsia, leading to seizures during or after pregnancy. Both of these…

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Although most babies in Georgia and across the United States are delivered without problems, in some situations birth injuries can occur. If it happens to you and your family, you understand the emotional and financial devastation this brings. Birth injuries may cause a lifetime of medical issues that can cost thousands of dollars a month…

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A recent court case involving former Red Sox and White Sox pitcher Bobby Jenks and Massachusetts General Hospital is shining a light on the little-known practice called “concurrent surgeries.” Jenks brought a case against both the hospital and Dr. Kirkham Wood, the former head of orthopedic spine surgery, claiming he suffered a career-ending spinal injury…

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