Category Archives: COVID-19

Health Spotlight: Long COVID

There is no question – COVID-19 has impacted healthcare delivery and education on many levels. Rural healthcare providers can attest to the impact on individual care and community responses. CheckRead More

Mark was able to treat some of his long COVID symptoms, but still deals with severe brain fog.

Navigating long COVID

Mark Elliott, Ph.D., is a 66-year-old associate professor in the department of biochemistry and molecular medicine at George Washington University who has been struggling with long COVID for the pastRead More

Pregnant woman getting vaccine shot

Updates on COVID-19 vaccines in pregnant people

 Andrea Edlow, M.D. Andrea Edlow, M.D., is a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital. When COVID-19 hit, her lab began researching the immune response in vaccinated pregnant and lactatingRead More

Pregnant woman looking at information with doctor

Pregnant during COVID-19? Tips to stay safe

Pregnant people are at an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 compared with nonpregnant people. Andrea Edlow, M.D., a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital, says that’s whyRead More