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How to Talk to Children About COVID-19

View a discussion between Adtalem Chairman and CEO Lisa Wardell and Christi Hay, MD, MPH, Palisades Pediatrics, as they discuss how to talk to children about COVID-19, how best to protect your family and practical advice for working at home with children present.

‘Frosty Returns’

As the temperature continues to drop and you crank up the heat, your home will become dryer and dryer as the heater works harder. This doesn’t just impact your pockets, but your body as a whole. Dry flaky skin, itchy eyes, scratchy throats, and even nosebleeds are just a handful of results of firing up […]

Common Questions About Pneumonia

As we enter into December and the flu season is in full bloom, families should be aware of a common complication of influenza infection, pneumonia. The following are common questions families ask about pneumonia. What is pneumonia? Pneumonia is an infection of the lung. The infection can be caused by several germs, including viruses, bacteria, […]

Tackle the Flu before it Sacks Your Family

Fall is upon us and the smell of tailgates and football is in the air. As much fun as this season is, fun and fellowship isn’t the only thing in the air, we have officially entered the beginning of flu season. With all the fall activities kicking off you and your family must get your […]

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders is a term that describes the range of mental health conditions that mothers may experience from pregnancy through 1 year postpartum.  Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders includes Depression/Bipolar, Anxiety or Panic, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This discussion will focus on postpartum depression. Postpartum mood chang...

Dr. Hay Article for Maryland Medicine Journal

Dr. Hay recently wrote an article for Maryland Medicine Journal entitled A Doctor’s Standard Career Path – and the Path I Chose. Click here to read the full article.

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