On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Bishop discussed new information regarding Long COVID, He answered questions such as:
On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Bishop discussed where we are in terms of the Delta variant wave, Pfizer's submission of vaccine data for kids 5 to 11, the timeline for Moderna and J&J boosters, and more.
Movement is medicine. If you need the inspiration to get a little exercise done, join Short Pump health coach Brandon Rice as he takes you through this 30-minute exercise routine, featuring a warm-up and three sets of six exercises each. Follow along in the video below, and scroll down for the list of exercises to be done.
On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Bishop discussed Johnson & Johnson's data for its booster doses, what the CDC's ACIP meeting is all about, adverse effects, and more. Among the questions he answered:
Prolonged stress can be dangerous to your long-term health and happiness. When your body feels stress, it naturally knows to release a chemical from the adrenal medulla called catecholamines. Catecholamines include epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and dopamine.
Everyone wants a long-term relationship with a primary care doctor who guides them through the multiple stages of life. But there’s one thing that can throw a wrench into that plan – retirement.
This week's COVID-19 update was almost all about Pfizer boosters. Pfizer and the FDA released data on safety and efficacy numbers for a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine this week, and the FDA will discuss the data in a meeting on Friday, Sept. 17.