No Mask, No Entry
Dear Patients, Please note that it is mandatory for all patients coming to the office to bring and wear a mask. This is for appointments to see the doctors, and for lab appointments. Failure to bring your own mask, and
Why Older Americans Are Dying Despite Vaccines
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
Do You Need a Second COVID-19 Booster?
Last month the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized a second booster dose for some Americans. Ever since then our primary care doctors in Delray Beach have been getting calls from our patients wondering whether they should get one. It
Update on Monoclonal Antibodies
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
Holiday Gatherings In the Age of the Omicron Variant
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.
Antiviral Pills Offer Hope Against COVID-19
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
COVID-19 Booster Vaccine Update Q&A
Our primary care doctors promised to keep you apprised of the latest coronavirus news. This includes the evolving guidance from the government regarding the COVID-19 booster vaccine. So here’s the latest information from the experts. Who is eligible now? Last month the Centers