Keeping your child’s wellness appointments and vaccinations on schedule is vital during the COVID-19 pandemic. Children's of Mississippi pediatric clinic staff are taking needed steps to provide care safely.
You don’t have to be a health care professional to realize Mississippi is going in the wrong direction in its attempt to stem the widespread transmission of COVID-19. Unless more people take the critical precautions of wearing a mask, social distancing, shunning gatherings and washing their hands frequently, hospitals will soon be overrun and beds will be even more scarce.
When it comes to COVID-19, your diet can be an effective enemy against the potentially deadly virus - or it can be its ally by making you more susceptible to its destructive power, especially if you have certain chronic diseases. Three experts tell how proper nutrition, and a healthier lifestyle in general, can boost your immune system and make you safer.
By 2030, about 70 percent of people living with HIV will be 50 or older. Diseases that come with age are more of a threat to that population. In Mississippi, stigma and lack of access can make health care harder to come by. UMMC offers several clinics and multidisciplinary care options to help those coping with HIV live their healthiest and longest lives.
Online events at the Medical Center this week include a continuing Office of Well-being and Everyday Wellness series and a seminar on immune system activation in hypertension.
Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following addition to its faculty and leadership staff.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of July 13-19.