While 'Certainly' Still in a Pandemic, COVID-19 Cases are Less HarshDecember 23rd 2022
Dr. Syra Madad of the NYC hospital system and an Infectious Disease Epidemiologist at Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs responded to Dr. Anthony Fauci's, director of NIAID, statement made in late November that the U.S. is “certainly” still in the middle of a Covid-19 pandemic.
Fewer Nursing Home Staff and Residents are Up-to-Date on COVID-19 VaccinationsDecember 13th 2022
Less than half (45%) of all nursing facility residents and less than a quarter of staff (22%) are up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations. That is a sharp drop from the 87% of nursing facility residents and staff who completed their primary vaccination series.
Improvements in Vitiligo Repigmentation More Noticeable in Patient-Reported Outcome MeasuresAugust 23rd 2022
Improvement of vitiligo repigmentation in patients can result in higher Vitiligo Noticeability Scale values when assessed from patient-reported outcome measures versus traditional investigator-assessed studies.