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Vaccinate Your Way Back to Normal Life

Only a few months ago, life after COVID felt impossible to envision. But now, with everyone ages 16+ eligible for vaccination and the vaccine rollout progressing, it isn't just a...

The Facts About Asthma, COVID-19, and Seasonal Allergies

People who suffer from asthma may be concerned about their unique risk of contracting COVID-19. And now that allergy season is in full swing, distinguishing between symptoms can be extra...

Sending Your Child Back to Camp, School, or Sports? Here’s What You Should Know

The COVID-19 pandemic has kept our children away from the things they love for a long time, including camp, school, and sports.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Minority Health

COVID-19 disproportionately affects patients from ethnic and racial minority groups. Throughout the pandemic, these populations have had higher rates of both infection and death. As a result, this year’s National...

Trust the COVID-19 vaccines. They can save your life.

In an article by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, Summit Health family medicine provider Dr. Cynthia Paige talks about vaccine hesitancy among the Black community.

Pandemic's Impact on Diabetes

Summit Medical Group’s Dr. Marie Nevin, Department Chair of Endocrinology, recently appeared on Think Tank with Steve Adubato to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on individuals with diabetes and the...

COVID-19 Learned Health Habits to Keep for Life

The COVID-19 outbreak made us rethink our daily routines, the roles each of us play in preserving public health, and much more. And while the future is still uncertain, it's...

Winter Fatigue

Continuous snow and the ongoing pandemic may have many of us feeling extra tired, down and irritable.

Health Conditions that Disproportionately Affect Black Americans

The American Dream states that you're free to create your own vision of prosperity and success, no matter where you come from.

COVID-19 Vaccine Myth Busting

Should I get it or not? That's the big question many are asking right now when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine.