A recent CDC report concludes that disruptions to HIV testing due to the COVID-19 pandemic compromised America’s ability to prevent the disease.
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Video telehealth during the early period of the COVID-19 quarantine was actually highly effective in providing accurate diagnoses, research shows.
While new FDA clearances of blood-based early detection tests for Alzheimer’s represent significant progress, limitations remain.
Two recent studies show that most people see telehealth as a supplement to in-person visits, rather than a replacement.
A new study suggests that this is a viable idea, particularly in the context of diabetes screening in a Latinx community.
Despite the emergence and rise of new Omicron variants, COVID-19 testing has declined as much as 90 percent, according to some reports.
Recent study suggests those being treated for acute conditions are likelier to schedule follow-up appointments after telehealth visits.