As South Carolina has started to open back up, one thing seems to unite us: fear.
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I’m a Doctor and Here’s Why Trump Should Extend His Quarantine | Eat This Not That
If the President’s symptoms were more than the mild that are being reported, this would extend the recommended duration of his quarantine up to 20 days.
I’m a Doctor and Here Are 5 Takeaways From Trump’s Medical Evaluation | Eat This Not That
For the first time President Trump gave details of his symptoms before his hospitalization and how he has felt since returning to the White House.
The New COVID ‘Cure’ is Untested, Says Doctor | Eat This Not That
Efforts to give the drug free of charge, could artificially push it through to market may force it to bypass the necessary pathways to ensure its safety,
I’m a Doctor and You Should Respect COVID, If Not ‘Be Afraid’ | Eat This Not That
There is a middle ground that allows for a healthy amount of respect without being completely debilitated. The same can be said with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Here’s What Can Go Wrong If Trump Is Released Too Early | Eat This Not That
From increased difficulty breathing, to temperature spikes, or even fatigue that lasts months, President Trump’s recovery period is unknown.
What Happens to Your Body When You Take Remdesivir | Eat This Not That
With two antibodies, each bending the key in a different direction, the virus cannot determine which way to bend in order to enter the cells.
I’m a Doctor and Here’s What’s Next for Trump | Eat This Not That
Ranging from completely asymptomatic, all the way to the Intensive Care Unit of treatment and sometimes death, this disease affects people very differently.
I’m an ER Doctor and Here’s Why Trump is at High Risk | Eat This Not That
A number of complicating factors puts the President’s health in danger.
I’m an ER Doctor and You Should be Scared of These COVID Symptoms | Eat This Not That
The Covid-19 pandemic has obviously changed so much of our normal lives. From dining out,…
I’m an ER Doctor and Wish You Knew This Life-Saving Advice | Eat This Not That
The Emergency Department is a foreign environment for most people. It is not a place…
Sure Signs of a Heart Attack By an ER Doctor | Eat This Not That
Although you need to have an EKG and laboratory tests to diagnose a heart attack, there are symptoms that are concerning and warrant a trip to the ER.
11 Signs You Need to Go the ER—By an ER Doctor | Eat This Not That
You don’t have to be a doctor to know that certain symptoms require immediate medical…
Coronavirus health tips to use while statewide shutdowns ease
Health tips that will help you protect yourself from the coronavirus.
Antibiotics Can Be as Effective as Surgery in Some Appendicitis Cases
Researchers say in some less serious cases of appendicitis antibiotics can help avoid surgery to remove the appendix
What Parents Needs to Know About the Potentially Deadly Benadryl TikTok Challenge
A 15-year-old has reportedly died due to complications stemming from excessive Benadryl.
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All Hail: 6 Essential Oils & 2 Blends That Can Help You Poop
Rosemary, lemon, and peppermint are a tummy’s best friend.
How clean is the air on planes?
High-tech filters and low-tech masks: How technology and personal responsibility might make flying safer than you think.
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Trump’s national security adviser tests positive for Covid-19
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FDA Authorizes First At-Home Combo Test For COVID-19 and Flu: Who Is Eligible?
Learn about an at-home test that checks for both COVID-19 and the flu with the same sample, available with a prescription.
1 in 3 Americans Say They May Not Get a COVID-19 Vaccine
A new study reveals COVID-19 vaccine interest among Americans and what might make someone more hesitant to get vaccinated.
COVID-Positive Adults Twice as Likely to Have Dined Out, Study Finds
Learn about findings from the CDC that COVID-19-positive adults are twice as likely to have reported dining out, and learn how to keep you and your family safe if visiting a restaurant.
Extra Doses in Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Vials Are Normal and Good News, Experts Say
Experts say any extra Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses are normal and intentional to account for solution lost during the administration process.
Ontario unveils three-stage plan to reopen the economy
The province has a three-stage plan for bringing the economy back to normal.
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Doctors say new strain of gonorrhea resistant to drugs
There’s a new strain of gonorrhea that is resistant to all drugs used to treat the common sexually transmitted disease, according to a release from the World Health Organization.It’s certainly a cause for concern, but local doctors believe some should be m
Hydration, nutrition, rest keys to surviving the heat while pregnant
High temperatures and high humidity are a routine part of Lowcountry summers. But, doctors say for pregnant women like Goose Creek’s Ariana Koza the combination can be dangerous for her
Pregnant during the holidays? This is for you. – HCA Healthcare Today
Trident Medical Center’s ER physician and pharmacy manager discuss healthy habits for pregnant women to consider during the holidays.
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How to safely manage pregnancy during the holidays
The holiday season is in full swing and with the holidays approaching it can also bring stress, especially for women who are pregnant.
Lowcountry doctor shares concerns over new, dangerous social media challenge
Dangerous trends are circulating around the internet with kids trying to copy them.
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Snake bites at record pace in SC, but, no, they’re not drought thirsty
More than 260 people have been bitten by venomous snakes in South Carolina this year, a record number reported to the Palmetto Poison Center at the University of South Carolina.
The latest on Zika, what parents need to know
Zika became a hot topic a few years back when over 100,000 people contracted the virus in Colombia. In all, 20 babies were born with microcephaly, a birth defect that
Anatomy of a Southern Staple
Charleston physicians discuss harms associated with South Carolina’s most iconic beverage
This key allergy drug is scarce, but your SC pharmacy can help
A back-to-school rush could be exacerbating a shortage of EpiPens, a lifesaving drug for people with severe allergies.
Meteorologist: Four people struck by lightning Sunday were first-recorded cases in 2017
The four people who were injured in a lightning strike at an Isle of Palms beach Sunday afternoon became the first recorded individuals in South Carolina to be struck this
9 of the Worst Health Mistakes Men Make | Men’s Health
As you get older, it’s important to replace bad habits with healthier ones.