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COVID; Your Pregnancy Matters

Most pregnant patients not at high risk for COVID-19 complications, new study shows

A new study from UT Southwestern found that most pregnant patients may not be at higher risk of COVID-19 complications. Learn why and find out how to use COVID-19 strategies to prepare for the flu season.

COVID; Heart; Prevention

5 tips to keep Thanksgiving meals safe and satisfying

Thanksgiving is a holiday that often revolves around food and family – large portions of both. But that simply isn't prudent this year. UT Southwestern's Susan Rodder shares strategies to enjoy a safe and satisfying holiday, even during the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID; Prevention

Thanksgiving 2020: Tips for safe holiday travel and gatherings during COVID-19

Dr. Trish Perl, Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at UT Southwestern, and Tony Roach, Managing Director for Customer Experience at Southwest Airlines, share tips on holiday travel and family gatherings for Thanksgiving 2020.

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Fight COVID-19 fatigue and rising cases with a secret weapon: The Facts

As the pandemic enters its ninth month and cases rise again, now is not the time to give in to COVID-19 fatigue. UT Southwestern's Dr. Bartolome says the best way to fight it is by reinforcing the facts about the virus, and rededicating ourselves to safety measures that reduce its spread.

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COVID-19 vaccine coming soon: See the science behind it

Why has it taken so long to develop a COVID-19 vaccine? The complex process of isolating the virus, producing antibodies, and testing a vaccine usually takes years. See how science has move so quickly during the pandemic.

COVID; Heart

Cardiac MRI for COVID-19 return-to-play is not ready for prime time

With many major college football conferences returning to play, researchers are studying whether cardiac MRI can help student-athletes safely get back in the game after COVID-19 infection. But MRI might not be the best tool for the job. Learn why.

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COVID-19 and flu: Navigating a potential ‘perfect storm’ this fall

In this year, which has been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, experts are warning people to brace for a flu season like no other. UT Southwestern's infectious disease and pediatric specialists offer advice for staying safe and healthy this fall.

Back and Spine; COVID

Back pain relief at home: COVID-19 accelerates advances in video spine exams

Back pain can take a major toll on quality of life. Find out how our Spine Care team uses video visits to diagnose and treat patients with back, neck, and nerve pain. Learn more.

COVID; Mental Health

The psychiatrist will see you now (by virtual visit)

Telepsychiatry can increase mental health care access long after the pandemic ends. Kenneth Dekleva, M.D., discusses its benefits and what the future may hold.

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Are we ready for some football? Risks for fans in the stands during COVID-19

Texas football fans have always gone to great lengths to support their teams. But the Season of COVID-19 is forcing them to call an audible and assess the risks of being a fan in the stands. Respiratory specialist Dr. Sonja Bartolome provides a game plan for safety.