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Infectious Diseases
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Pediatrician Nathalie Malcom, M.D.

Back to School

September 25, 2023

Dr. Nathalie Malcolm stresses timely vaccinations for kids, emphasizing CDC-recommended vaccines from preschool to adolescence.

Doctor Benjamin Lamb

Flu Season Check-In

September 12, 2022

So you think you have the flu. Or is it COVID? Dr. Benjamin Lamb, discusses the difference and what to do if you have symptoms/

Dr. Adrian Strand

STD Testing & Primary Care

February 09, 2022

Adrian Strand, M.D., MPH, board-certified family medicine physician at MUSC Health, discusses STDs and the importance of routine screenings.

Dr. Gweneth Lazenby

STIs & Women's Health

January 18, 2022

Dr. Gweneth Lazenby wants to share a few things everyone should know about STIs, including ways and reasons to prevent them.

Kelli Williams, M.D.

Immunology Center Designation

January 14, 2022

Dr. Kelli Williams discusses MUSC Health's immunology services designation as a Jeffrey Modell Diagnostic & Research Center for Primary Immunodeficiencies.

Alex Bloser

Alex's COVID-19 Story

October 19, 2021

If he had to do it over again, Bloser would get all the protection available to him in order to keep himself and his friends and family safe.

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Understanding Infections

September 21, 2021

Learn more about infection, how we can lower our risk of getting sick, and what MUSC Health does to minimize infection risks.

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COVID Symptoms? What To Do.

August 30, 2021

Lacey MenkinSmith, M.D., Associate Medical Director of the MUSC Health Department of Emergency Medicine discusses what to do if you think you have COVID-19.

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The COVID Delta Variant

August 24, 2021

The Delta variant is now the predominant strain of COVID cases in SC. The Delta variant of COVID-19 is 40-60% more infectious than the Alpha strain.

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COVID 19 Vaccines

November 18, 2020

It is believed that, once the FDA is satisfied based on the scientific review of the clinical trial data, they will allow vaccines to be used.

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