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Sex Differences in Infectious Diseases

After being overlooked in medical research for many years, sex differences in immune responses are now being seen as a prominent variable in why infectious diseases impact males and females in distinct ways. While  most research has been focused on male animals, human studies utilizing both sexes have proven extremely useful…

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Obesity and COVID-19

Obesity is a common, serious chronic disease that puts people at risk for other serious health issues. Studies have shown that adults with excess weight are at even greater risk for severe illness from COVID-19. In fact,  78 percent of U.S. patients hospitalized with COVID-19, spanning all ages and races,…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Guide

Now that there are authorized and recommended emergency use COVID-19 vaccines available in the United States, it is important that you have accurate, up-to-date vaccine information. Our helpful guide will help you better understand the COVID vaccine facts! What is in the COVID Vaccine? Among many other frequently asked questions…

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Primary Care CME Conferences in Florida

Are you ready for a getaway? CME Seminars offers vacation-friendly primary care CME in Florida, year-round! Our live conferences feature exciting Florida locations with plenty of nearby attractions and amenities, as well as daily schedules that accommodate your recreational plans. Start planning your CME vacation in Florida today! Vacation-Friendly Itinerary…

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Implementing Telehealth in Primary Care

While home-based healthcare has been around for years, the COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly progressed the use of telemedicine in primary care. In an effort to cut down on in-person visits, primary care physicians’ offices are transitioning to patient support through telephone- and video-based care. Are you ready to integrate telemedicine…

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Uncovering the Long-Term Effects of COVID

While most people with COVID-19 return to normal health, some patients may have post COVID symptoms that last for weeks, months or sometimes longer after recovery. Non-hospitalized and mild COVID-19 cases can even experience persistent or late symptoms. It’s still unclear how many people experience ongoing symptoms. Studies are currently…

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