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Small pumpkins surround a plaque with the word thankful.

Pandemic Thanksgiving

November 23, 2021

During second Thanksgiving of pandemic, health chief says there’s a lot to be thankful for in fight against COVID.

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Giving Tuesday

November 19, 2021

State funds make up less than 4% of MUSC’s annual budget. That’s why Giving Tuesday is so important to MUSC.

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Violence Prevention

November 17, 2021

As firearm injuries have skyrocketed, MUSC has launched a violence intervention program aimed at reducing revictimization and improving outcomes.

Pandora DeJong age 10 closes her eyes while getting COVID vaccine.

COVID Clinic

November 17, 2021

Families line up at Charleston County elementary school to get 5- to 11-year-olds vaccinated against COVID through partnership with MUSC Health.

Five children help light the Angel Tree.

Angel Tree

November 15, 2021

Lighting of the Angel Tree symbolizes start of the holiday season at MUSC. This year’s ceremony included little tree lighters who couldn’t wait.

Illustration of the coronavirus with a red arrow pointing down.

Holiday Update

November 12, 2021

COVID case numbers for Tri-county are looking really good, expert says. But could we have a fourth wave this winter?

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Pediatric Vaccine

November 03, 2021

“This is our path toward normalcy," says Allison Eckard, M.D., pediatric infectious disease doctor and mom of two, of the COVID vaccine for kids age 5-11.

Girl getting a vaccine.

COVID Questions

November 01, 2021

A pediatrician addresses some of the top concerns she hears from parents who wonder if it’s safe for kids to get COVID vaccines.

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Factors in our Favor

October 28, 2021

Three factors to watch as we face the prospect of another winter COVID surge.

Preemie Kai Williamson lying in bed with a turtle costume.

Costumed Cuties

October 20, 2021

Nurses’ big hearts make sure hospital’s tiniest babies – and their parents - won’t be left out on their first Halloween.

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