Case 1: 40-Year-Old Patient With Acute Pain
Benjamin W. Friedman, MD, MS, presents a case of a 40-year-old patient with acute pain.
COVID-19, Flu, or Both—There are Always Patients on the Fence
The patients on the vaccine fence are the ones that take the extra time and, over time, an added measure of patience for the clinician.
US Vaccine Fatigue May Harbor Some Unrealistic Expectations
Vaccine fatigue in the US, says Vanderbilt University's William Schaffner, MD, is plentiful for vaccines that are are good—but not perfect.
Don't Call them "Boosters" Anymore and Other COVID-19 Vaccine Recommendations
Let's call the next round of COVID-19 shots "updated vaccines," and help the public understand the true role of this vaccination, says NFID's Schaffner.
William Schaffner, MD: "If It's Not Flu and It's Not COVID, It's Probably RSV"
Respiratory virus season is top of mind for Schaffner, medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, and he says it's going to be a challenge.
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