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Get the Facts on the COVID-19 Vaccines, the Delta Variant, Breakthrough Infections and More

Since December 2020, the COVID-19 vaccines have brought hope to a fight that has spanned across the world. All three vaccines available in the United States are safe and prevent an overwhelming majority of...

Back-to-School Infections and Beyond: Know Where to Go for Care

Works of art aren’t the only things your kids will bring home when school starts this month. You should be prepared for sniffles, sneezes and other infectious symptoms. After all, classrooms are perfect spaces...

When Is it Time to Consider Weight Loss Surgery?

Nearly 40% of adults in the United States weigh much more than they should. Fat deposits may be obvious around the belly and extremities, but what you do not see is internal fat deposits,...

Emory Physicians Represent Nearly Half of Atlanta Magazine’s 2021 Top Doctors

Almost half of the physicians recognized in the 2021 "Top Doctors" issue of Atlanta magazine are physicians within Emory Healthcare or Emory Healthcare Network, Emory medical staff, or faculty of Emory University School of...

‘Life has changed a whole lot and for the better:’ IVF Treatment Continues During Pandemic Via Telehealth

Karl and JoAnna Pendergrass had the date circled on their calendar. On a day in early April 2020, the doctors at Emory Reproductive Center planned to transfer a fertilized embryo to jumpstart their dream...

What Magnet Nursing Means for Nurses

Magnet nursing is just one of the things that makes Emory nursing different for your patients, your career and your future. Since the American Academy of Nursing established the Magnet Hospital Recognition Program for Excellence in...

Telehealth: A Rising Trend with Staying Power

March 2020 will be a month that’s not soon forgotten. It was when the COVID-19 pandemic became a reality for many in the U.S., when schools were closed to in-person learning, and workplaces encouraged...

Nursing Clinical Decision-Making and Active Involvement in Research at Academic Medical Centers

Nurses have always had to make a lot of decisions. A study published in 2000 showed that critical care nurses made more than 200 decisions per hour. Today, nurses have more responsibility than ever...

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