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Posted: Jul 3, 2020

Pregnancy & Birth Amid COVID-19: A Q&A Update

With Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Dr. Washington Hill

Dr. Washington Hill, a longtime Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist an OB-GYN, answers questions about pregnancy, hospital delivery and coronavirus (COVID-19) in this Ask An Expert Q&A. This post is an update to a March 2020 post with new responses addressing the latest insights around COVID-19.

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Posted: Jun 30, 2020

Tips for Sizzling, Sparkling & Socializing Safely this July 4

Written by SMH Digital Communications Specialist Ann Key

No matter what your plans may be for Fourth of July 2020, it’s doubtful a trip to the emergency room is on the agenda. Here are some simple tips to help you skip the ER and stay safe and healthy this holiday.

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Posted: Jun 26, 2020

Running On Empty? Refuel with Self Care

Written by SMH Clinical Counselor Elizabeth Bornstein

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, many of us are feeling overstimulated and overwhelmed, worn down and pulled in all directions. Here is a quick exercise you can do to relax and “refuel.” It takes only a few minutes, but the benefits are long-lasting, if you can do it regularly.

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Posted: Jun 2, 2020

Kawasaki & MIS-C: What Parents Need to Know

Written by First Physicians Group Pediatrician Jose Tavarez, MD

Kawasaki Disease started popping up in headlines and newsfeeds last month after clusters of children became sick with Kawasaki-like symptoms after having COVID-19 or being exposed to someone infected with COVID-19. First Physicians Group Pediatrician Jose Tavarez, MD, explains the condition, “Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children,” and the red-flag symptoms parents should look for.

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Posted: May 22, 2020

‘Just Be Smart’ ~ SMH Expert Answers Your COVID-19 Qs

With SMH Infectious Disease Specialist Manuel Gordillo, MD

Our community has been dealing with the COVID-19 health crisis for nearly three months. It’s understandable that we are all feeling “quarantine fatigue” and are anxious to get back to our normal routines and normal behaviors. But, as a community, are we really there yet? Sarasota Memorial infectious disease specialist Manuel Gordillo, MD, offers his expert insights and answers some of the many questions from our readers.

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