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Video: Health Talk - Stroke #2
3 Jun 2020 at 7:20pm
In tonight's Health Talk with Baptist, we learn more about cardiovascular diseases and strokes.


Video: Summer heat unlikely to stop spread of COVID-19
2 Jun 2020 at 3:09pm
The head of the National Institutes of Health says summer heat is unlikely to stop the spread of coronavirus. Dr. Francis Collins gave the assessment in a blog post today, citing experts in infectious disease transmission and climate modeling. He wrote: ?Climate only would become an important seasonal factor in controlling COVID-19 once a large proportion of people within a given community are immune or resistant to infection.? He wrote they?ll have to wait a few months for the data, but for now, many researchers have their doubts that the pandemic will enter a needed summertime lull. Early in the pandemic, President Trump speculated summer heat would lessen the spread and possibly kill the virus.


Video: Infectious disease expert talks reopening
1 Jun 2020 at 3:18pm
What does Dr. Poland have to say about the next phase of reopening?


Video: The importance of maintaining routine visits
21 May 2020 at 4:33am
Doctors say keeping up with appointments and vaccinations can help avoiding preventable diseases.


Video: Health Guidelines Going Forward
19 May 2020 at 4:02pm
WAAY 31 is joined by Huntsville Hospital infectious disease physician Dr. Hafsa Siddiqui to talk about health guidelines as businesses open back up in Huntsville.


Video: Fauci's testimony: how will it impact you?
12 May 2020 at 3:13pm
We're finding out how advice from the nation's infectious disease leader will impact reopening Rochester


Video: A Long Way To Go
7 May 2020 at 2:00pm
DR. Michael Osterholm is an infectious disease expert at the University of Minnesota. He compares this pandemic to baseball. We're only in the second inning of a nine inning game


Video: Parkview hospitals using UV-C light devices to help limit the spread o...
4 May 2020 at 7:04pm
Parkview officials say they were looking at enhanced procedures that would help provide a safe and clean environment, and identified UV light as being something that could help


Video: Herd Immunity
4 May 2020 at 2:00pm
Herd Immunity is when sufficient proportions of a population are immune to an infectious disease - spread from person to person becomes unlikely.


Video: Coronavirus In North Alabama: In Depth Part 3
30 Apr 2020 at 4:24pm
Dr Ali Hassoun, an Infectious Disease Specialist with Huntsville Hospital


Video: Coronavirus In North Alabama: In Depth
30 Apr 2020 at 4:14pm
Dr Ali Hassoun, an Infectious Disease Specialist with Huntsville Hospital


Video: Coronavirus In North Alabama: In Depth Part 1
30 Apr 2020 at 4:02pm
Dr Ali Hassoun, an Infectious Disease Specialist with Huntsville Hospital


Video: Community shares what underlying conditions entail
24 Mar 2020 at 6:02pm
The CDC says asthma, HIV, lung diseases and cancer are a few underlying conditions.


Video: COVID-19 on the Coast
18 Mar 2020 at 10:13am
With more and more Coronavirus cases popping up in South Mississippi, many people are left wondering what?s next? News 25?s Kristen Anzuini spoke with an infectious disease specialist today to learn more about this novel virus. ?Well, we are seeing just the beginning of an epidemic of a common cold virus that has mutated and become more severe.? Dr. Jesse Penico is an infectious disease specialist at Memorial Hospital in Gulfport. He is talking about COVID-19. We?ve now seen multiple people test positive for this disease on the Coast and we can soon expect to see even more. ?It is going to get much worse. But again, the cast majority of people will come down with mild illnesses and inapparent infections.? Those at the highest risk of Coronavirus are older adults and people who have serious chronic medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease. Dr. Penico says the majority of the patients they?ve seen at Memorial fit that description, but not all of them. "One was just tremendously obese, that kind of obesity causes fatty liver and a dysfunction to the liver, therefore a dysfunction to the immune system and she smoked. She is younger than the national average, but we saw her and figured her out on Monday night." If you think you could have the Coronavirus, Memorial Hospital urges you to contact their COVID-19 hotline at 867-5000. ?If you are too ill, call our hotline, alert the people in the office or that hospital that you are going to come into that you indeed think you might have it so they can take appropriate precautions so they can prepare to evaluate you.? For now, wash your hands, try to avoid anyone who might be sick, and practice social distancing.


Video: Questions and concerns about COVID-19 with Infectious Disease Speciali...
18 Mar 2020 at 5:13am
Questions and concerns about COVID-19 with Infectious Disease Specialist, Dr. Jesse Penico



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