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Graph shows incidence of BA.4 and BA.5 rising in June and July.

BA.4 and BA.5

August 05, 2022

New COVID data from the Medical University of South Carolina show the Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 have taken over.

Natalyn Mann holds up a hand to her aunt Sara Cathey to freeze her. Natalynn is wearing a blue princess dress. Sara is wearing a bright pink t-shirt. Sara looks delighted.

Kidney Connection

August 05, 2022

A little girl with a life-threatening condition, an aunt who lost 100-plus pounds to help her and the transplant team that made it happen.

SC DHEC Lowcountry WIC van administrator Alleyah Wilder helps Berkeley County’s Shaneisha McQueen sign up for WIC benefits. McQueen's baby, Trinity Summers, is at the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital NICU.

Boon for Babies

August 03, 2022

New hospital partnership connects mothers of preterm babies with breast pumps, quality nutritional resources.

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Monkeypox Vaccine

July 29, 2022

MUSC Health is reaching out to patients at higher risk of getting monkeypox to let them know about vaccine offered by DHEC.

Dr. Eugene Chang examines a patient. He's wearing a white doctor's coat, smiling and looking at a monitor. The patient is lying on an exam table looking at the monitor as well.

U.S.N.W.R. Rankings

July 26, 2022

OBGYN and ENT teams at MUSC Health earn high national rankings. And they aren’t the only ones with reason to celebrate.

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Parechovirus Advisory

July 22, 2022

CDC health advisory about parechovirus in babies serves as reminder of how vulnerable first few months of life can be.

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Medulloblastoma Research

July 20, 2022

Jezabel R. Blanco is determined to find better treatments for children with medulloblastoma.

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Doubts About Dip

July 13, 2022

“We could see some big numbers,” scientist says of COVID, now that fast-spreading subvariants are on the rise.

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Q&A 19

July 11, 2022

Vaccine guru Dr. Danielle Scheurer helps make sense of boosters, random health care charges and everything else weighing on our minds as summer hits full stride

Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, isolated from a patient. Image captured and color-enhanced at the NIAID Integrated Research Facility (IRF) in Fort Detrick, Maryland. Credit: NIAID

High but Stable

June 27, 2022

“I would describe the situation as high but stable,” scientist says of COVID. He also sees something unusual happening.

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