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As the pandemic rages and the vaccine rolls out across Virginia and the country, pregnant patients are wondering if they should get vaccinated.
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‘A Mindful Approach to 2021’ aims to empower attendees to “incorporate mindfulness as a way to move forward with more intention, compassion, wisdom and well-being.”
Employment nationwide has declined since October. Among those who were working just before the pandemic, only about 60% are still working for the same employer.
The pandemic has accelerated the use of telehealth. To better understand the benefits and challenges of remote care, VCU researchers are studying how doctors and patients connect virtually.
In this VCU Health video diary, Dr. Paula Ferrada explains why she got vaccinated and why you should, too.
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The virtual event marking the opening of the 133,000-square-foot facility will include a tour of the building and grounds.
Graduate programs in the schools of Business, Education and Nursing and College of Engineering were recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s latest list of top online programs.
A VCU professor has edited a new book on Penn’s political writings, offering readers a glimpse into the mind of Pennsylvania’s founder and an early leader in the movement for religious liberty.
In an interview with VCU News, history graduate Alex Criqui discusses the work he and artist Dustin Klein have put into Reclaiming the Monument — a project they hope brings people together.
As if the world did not have enough to worry about, more contagious strains of COVID-19 are now circulating. A variation in the United Kingdom is believed to be twice as contagious and accounts for 60% of the new infections in London, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Michelle Doll, a specialist in infectious diseases, talked to VCU News about the implications of new variants and the means of combating them.