COVID-19 rash in kids and adults

From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Rashes on babies and children are common. They can happen for many reasons, including COVID-19 infection. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have been studying the dermatologic effects of COVID-19 on kids and adults. "By the time…

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Mayo Clinic Minute: High tech heart monitors

From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here It’s like an auto mechanic running a diagnostic test on your car’s engine while it’s out of the garage and traveling down the road. Wearable heart monitors are valuable tools that cardiologists use to determine if you are experiencing…

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Mayo Clinic Q & A podcast: Building a wall of immunity against COVID-19

From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here In anticipation of more COVID-19 vaccine approvals this week, Dr. Elie Berbari, chair of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Mayo Clinic, says it’s good news that younger children will now have more protection against COVID-19. "It’s important that…

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‘Sneaky’ cancer spurs mom and daughter to action

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From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here When Lisa Pitre, a Mayo Clinic speech pathologist from Jacksonville, Florida, went in for a routine mammogram in summer 2019, nothing on her imaging was concerning. By October, though, Lisa was diagnosed with stage 4 invasive lobular carcinoma, an…

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New therapies, holistic modalities and hope help photographer see future

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From: Mayo Clinic News Network Need Caregiver Certification? Get that through the American Caregiver Association right here Had it not been for the persistence of a co-worker, Jeremy Paterno might be living a different journey. It was the first Tuesday in 2020 when Jeremy Paterno, a photographer at Mayo Clinic in Florida, began noticing some small…

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