The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency comes to an end on May 11, but what does that mean to the general public? Learn More about What the End of the Public Health Emergency Means
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Dr. Lisa Charbonneau discusses the importance of protecting yourself this winter by getting both the flu shot and COVID-19 booster. Learn More about Stay Healthy This Winter with a Flu and COVID Vaccine
Michael Marquez felt hopeless after COVID-19 severely diminished his health. But his nurse didn't give up so easy. Read Michael and Patti's story. Learn More about Patti and Michael's Story: Bond Highlights Importance of Nursing in Rehabilitation
Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez on long COVID and how it is diagnosed and treated and what the long-term prognosis might be. Learn More about Long COVID: What Is It and How Is It Treated?
Mild cases of COVID-19 can still leave you feeling crumby. Try these over-the-counter medications for mild COVID to have you feeling better. Learn More about Over-the-Counter Medications for Mild COVID
The CDC recently issued new recommendations for the COVID-19 booster. Individuals 50 and older are now eligiable for a second booster. Learn More about COVID-19 Booster: Do I need a 2nd One?
Endemic refers to a disease or a condition that is regularly found among a population or region. Could the COVID-19 pandemic be headed in this direrction? Learn More about Could COVID be Moving from Pandemic to an Endemic Stage?
A new scientific brief released by the World Health Organization confirms what we at Encmopass Health have witnessed first-hand — patients recovering... Learn More about WHO Study Recommends Rehabilitation after COVID-19