The unfortunate headline in The Washington Post last month was alarming: “COVID deaths no longer overwhelmingly among unvaccinated.” The paper went on to report that “Nearly two-thirds of people who died during the omicron surge were [age] 75 and older.” Since then, our
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.
When the SARS-CoV-2 virus began to ravage the nation nearly two years ago, our primary care doctors in Delray Beach were as frustrated as the rest of the medical community. We had no vaccines, no tests to find out who
To our patients: We have received a number of inquiries from our patients about the new coronavirus vaccines. Our family practice doctors do not yet know when we will be receiving vaccines for distribution. Once we are notified by the Health Department
There are many alarming aspects about the novel coronavirus, from its unusual symptoms, to the lingering effects in many patients, to the fact that it may be possible to get COVID-19 more than once. One of the more disquieting aspects of
It seems the novel coronavirus possesses an endless arsenal of methods to impact humans. In addition to the physical consequences of contracting the virus, the stress everyone is feeling these days is manifesting in unforeseen ways, including one our family practice doctors have recently learned about.
Whether from coronavirus stress or the longer, hotter, steamier summer nights, a good night’s sleep may be harder to come by lately. But our family practice doctors want you to understand how important sleep is to your overall health. The Centers
There’s no question that wearing face masks in public significantly reduces the risk of transmitting the coronavirus. Our doctors in Delray Beach are dismayed that such a simple and effective health measure has become politicized. It shouldn’t be, any more
As more research becomes available on the novel coronavirus, our family practice doctors at Cohen Medical Associates want to bring you up to date. The most disturbing recent findings reveal that infection with SARS-CoV-2 can cause lasting—and possibly permanent—damage to the
Whether you’re someone who keeps a spotless home as a rule, or someone who’s become newly converted to the practice in light of the novel coronavirus, our family practice doctors at Cohen Medical Associates want to share with you the