This episode focuses on addressing & debunking common myths about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Families with kids at high risk of COVID-19 face unique challenges. Vaccination plays a key role in keeping them healthy.
An autoimmune condition means Louisa Christy and her family have to take extra precautions to keep her from becoming infected with the virus.
Poor kidney function can lead to severe disease, which is why some patients and providers have been strong advocates for vaccination.
Fear of harming their unborn are keeping some expectant mothers from getting vaccinated. These strategies may help build confidence in the COVID vaccines.
Some are fearful of side effects while others are confused because of misinformation. How pediatricians are relieving the concerns of parents of kids ages 5+.
When Dr. Gabriel C. Lockhart realized his mother was concerned with the vaccine’s side effects, he texted and called her with data that showed it was safe.
Experts weigh in on how the vaccines are holding up against the highly contagious variant.
As the pace of vaccinations slows, primary care and specialty doctors are stepping up their outreach efforts — and winning over holdouts one patient at a time.
Trusted relationships with parents and students can help boost vaccinations — even in places where skepticism remains high.