Our primary care doctors in Delray Beach regret to report that for the second time in under two years, a promising drug treatment for Alzheimer’s disease has come up short. Genentech, a division of drug maker Roche, reported this month that
Our primary care doctors in Delray Beach don’t want anyone to panic about the latest findings on the aftereffects of COVID-19. But we do want to let you know that several recent studies, including one published last month, have found
Technically, the Atlantic hurricane season concludes at the end of November, but given the effects of global warming, our primary care doctors in Delray Beach know that the old rules may be unreliable. So after seeing the heartbreaking images from Fort
While at-home tests for COVID-19 are still in somewhat short supply on drugstore shelves, the Biden administration has just made an additional eight test kits available to each American household at no cost. You can order yours here (https://www.covid.gov/tests) or
One of the most effective weapons we have had in the battle against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus has been monoclonal antibodies. Unfortunately, late last month the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pulled its approval for two of the monoclonal antibody
Some have said that the guidance around wearing masks to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 “keeps changing,” so they’re just not going to bother with them. Technically, it is correct that the Centers for Disease Control and
Our primary care doctors in Delray Beach want to say right up front that, when it comes to the omicron variant of the coronavirus, we still don’t know much for sure, and likely won’t for at least another few weeks.
Our primary care doctors in Delray Beach were saddened to learn of the death of Gen. Colin Powell last month from COVID-19. We were also concerned to see that some misinformed people took the wrong lesson from his particular case. Several people