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COVID Survivor

September 16, 2021

After seeing what his son went through in the hospital, a South Carolina father got his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Graph showing COVID-19 cases in Tri-county area going down after a weeks long surge.

Will It Last?

September 09, 2021

“My gut tells me we’re at the peak” in Tri-county, scientist says, but worries school infections have potential to turn that around.

photo taken several stories up of the sun peeking around the glass walls of the hospital

LEED Certification

September 03, 2021

Achieving LEED status for the new children's hospital is part of MUSC Health's commitment to improving health for all people in South Carolina.

a sandwich board sign on a sidewalk alerts people to the site of the monoclonal antibody infusion site

Monoclonal Antibodies

September 03, 2021

MUSC Health opened a new monoclonal antibody infusion site in West Ashley to treat patients during the Delta-driven COVID-19 surge.

Elementary school age boy looking bored wearing a purple mask and siting by a laptop computer.

School Surge

August 30, 2021

If families can change their behavior for about two months, they may be able to head off the prospect of more Delta-driven school closings, expert says.

Illustration of the Delta variant. Red background with a ball that has triangles coming out of it to represent Delta.

Delta Mutations

August 26, 2021

Mutations of Delta variant show up in testing at Medical University of South Carolina.

two dogs on a couch. a small one, a chihuahua seems to be attacking a bigger white hairy one, whose eyes are big and it looks scared. it's a silly photo though

Q&A 15

August 26, 2021

Dr. Scheurer answers all our burning questions as related to the coronavirus and vaccination.

Seeking Signal

August 24, 2021

As Charleston area hits new COVID high, scientist looks for “signal of the curve” – indication of when surge may end.

Dr. Ramin Eskandari and surgical technician Ashley You

Preemie Pro

August 23, 2021

Born at just 24 weeks, she now cares for preemies and has a message for their parents: "Please don’t ever give up."

Left to right: Elizabeth Mack, M.D. Children's Hospital Quality & Safety Division Chief, pediatric critical care specialist ; Alice Walz, M.D. Pediatric critical care, attending physician; Jennifer Hutcherson, BSN, RN Clinical Staff leader Rounding in the morning at SJCH PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit)

COVID in Kids

August 18, 2021

Children can develop neurological disorders from COVID-19 and, for some, they can be life-threatening.

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