Food For Thought

Written by Lucinda Mancuso, RD, CDE, LDN
Over the last few months of social distancing and stay-at-home orders with COVID-19, everyone has become more focused on home cooking and family dining. Safe food preparation, cooking and food storage practices along with personal hygiene are important to prevent food-borne illness. As we gather outside in the summer and enjoy picnics and cookouts,

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It’s Time to Think and Act Like Children

Written by Dr. Kathryn Fiddler, MS, RN, NE-BC, Vice President, Population Health
I have four grandchildren. I love them dearly, and I miss them. They live in the Netherlands, and I haven’t seen them in months, except for FaceTime or Zoom. They, too, have quarantined, done remote home- school and have limited travel. I have learned a lot from them,

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Investigating Treatment Options

By Dr. Dennis Killian, Vice President, Clinical Operations
As we continue to deal with the global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic (COVID-19), many researchers and clinicians are rapidly searching for effective treatment options.
At this time, there is no conclusive evidence regarding any treatment option. There are many controlled, randomized clinical trials in progress to fully understand the benefits and risks associated with therapeutic options for COVID-19.

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“We Have A Calling To Serve”

The Medical Nursing Team explains what it’s like on the frontlines of COVID-19
Florence Nightingale, the pioneer of modern nursing, revolutionized care at the bedside through her devotion to smart clinical care of soldiers in the Crimean War. Nightingale taught that “wise and humane management of the patient is the best safeguard against infection.” Two hundred years after her birth,

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