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The New House Call: Health Care via Telemedicine

Many decades ago, it was not uncommon for family physicians to make in-person house calls to their patients for consultations or follow-up care. While that practice has long disappeared, a new form of it has rapidly emerged in recent years, thanks to the reach and possibilities of the internet and videoconferencing technology. Read More

Maternal Mortality Disparities: Black Mothers Expected to Fare Worse in COVID-19 Pandemic

Black Maternal Health Week, April 11-17, is an opportunity to raise awareness and center Black women’s voices in the conversation not only on Black maternal health in the United States, but in the conversation around coronavirus (COVID-19) disparities. Read More

Win the Battle Against Asthma and Allergies

While there are many ways to treat symptoms when they occur, you can take preventive steps to reduce the likelihood of an attack if you have asthma and to minimize the aggravation of allergic reactions. Read More

Weight-Loss Surgery: Benefits Beyond the Scale

More patients than ever are opting for bariatric surgery as a solution for obesity. Learn about the many conditions associated with obesity that can be effectively treated or even eliminated through weight-loss surgery. Read More

Research to Action:
Ariel Jordan, 3rd Year MSM Medical Student Seeks to Impact Quality of Life for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Patients

Ariel Jordan is a 3rd year medical student here at Morehouse School of Medicine, leading a research and advocacy project assessing patient awareness of the Restroom Access Act. Read More

Lose Weight Without Losing Sight of Your Health

A brand new year and decade has arrived. However, at this moment, many of us are facing a very familiar problem: losing that extra weight gained during the holidays. Read More