North Carolina Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) has updated guidance on testing. North Carolina now has community transmission of COVID-19. Therefore, we are moving to a different phase of our response efforts and will be further increasing our population-based community mitigation strategies. The goal of mitigation is to decrease spread of the virus among our… Read More »
Click here to view a brief interview with Wesley via Spectrum News In the interview, Wesley states that the only persons who should wear masks are those who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, such as fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. Wesley does encourage everyone to remember good hand washing and good social distancing.
Click to read Wesley’s Op-Ed in the Charlotte Observer
Click to read the article at DrugTopics.com
There is some good news on the opioid crisis. Check out this article on the more judicious prescribing of opioids and the special needs of post cancer treatment patients. Click to read the article at Healio
Remember “FAST” and save your loved ones from stroke! Click here to read the full article from Clara Kim for QNotes
Many of you know I am a medical provider who loves to make my patients and staff laugh. And there is good reason. Here is an article discussing the benefits of laughter in medicine. Click here to read the article from the National Institute of Health
Here’s an article that might shed some warmth on the subject: Click to read the article at WebMD