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Category: Infectious Disease


In case you missed it: Robots and a COVID note

In case you missed it: Robots and a COVID note

July 14, 2023

Delivery vehicles roam the hospital; and a tireless worker earns praise


What’s up at Upstate: new pharmacy, youngest vaccine recipient, vector containment lab

What’s up at Upstate: new pharmacy, youngest vaccine recipient, vector containment lab

January 4, 2022

What’s up at Upstate: a new pharmacy, youngest vaccine recipient, and a vector...


Coming back from COVID: Rehabilitation therapists are key

Coming back from COVID: Rehabilitation therapists are key

December 15, 2021

Recovery program is tailored to the individual's needs


Prayers, luck and intensive care: How one man survived COVID-19

Prayers, luck and intensive care: How one man survived COVID-19

December 6, 2021

Family, hospital staff help patient pull through


Top honors for photograph

Top honors for photograph

June 25, 2021

Click the above preview image to see the original, award-winning photo by...


Triumphs in darkness

Triumphs in darkness

May 20, 2021

When Greg Jenkins got better after battling COVID, he rang this bell.


How scientists created a top COVID-19 test that uses saliva

How scientists created a top COVID-19 test that uses saliva

May 13, 2021

A COVID-19 detection process conceived at Upstate draws praise, widespread use


I got vaccinated because ...

I got vaccinated because ...

May 5, 2021

Upstate employees tell what a COVID-19 shot means to them


Lessons from Upstate: A masquerading heart ailment and piercing-related infection

Lessons from Upstate: A masquerading heart ailment and piercing-related infection

May 4, 2021

Diagnoses that offered distinct challenges


Understanding HIV

Understanding HIV

April 19, 2021

Research by Harry E. Taylor, PhD, looks at how HIV fuels infection


Eyeing the storm

Eyeing the storm

March 15, 2021

Researchers explore new treatments for sepsis, a potentially deadly condition


Patients needed companionship; medical students stepped up

Patients needed companionship; medical students stepped up

March 15, 2021

Phone calls kept communication open with patients during the pandemic


Send in the ticks

Send in the ticks

February 3, 2021

An Upstate program analyzes ticks sent in by people from around the state


You want to do what?!

You want to do what?!

December 3, 2020

An unusual treatment can offer relief from recurrent bowel infections


How to feel better: Tips for self-care when sick

How to feel better: Tips for self-care when sick

May 15, 2020


Handwashing: Answers to some key questions

Handwashing: Answers to some key questions

April 25, 2020


Advice for caring for someone who has COVID-19

Advice for caring for someone who has COVID-19

April 15, 2020


It's not the flu: Coronavirus is deadlier, spreads faster, experts explain

It's not the flu: Coronavirus is deadlier, spreads faster, experts explain

April 11, 2020


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