Most Common Flu Shot Questions, Answered.
Do you really need a flu shot to truly "fight the flu" and stay healthy? Our physicians discuss.
How to Protect Yourself from the Flu or COVID-19
Both the flu and COVID-19 share many symptoms, but the ways you can stay safe and healthy are very similar. Learn more in our blog.
Going Back to School During COVID-19
Stamford Health’s infectious disease and pediatric experts aim to answer some of the most popular questions about returning to school for this coming academic year.
What to Know if You're Having a Procedure at Stamford Hospital
Learn from Dr. Michael Ebright, MD, how the team at Stamford Health and Stamford Health Medical Group keeps you safe before, during, and after your procedure.
COVID-19 Water Safety Tips
If you're itching to go to the beach or public pool for a swim this summer, check out these COVID-19 swimming safety tips from Stamford Health's infectious disease experts.
7 Ways to Enjoy Summer Safely During COVID-19
Thinking about a stay-cation in Fairfield county or a trip? Here are tips form Stamford Health's infectious disease experts on how to play it safe this summer during COVID-19.
How to Meet Your Health Needs During COVID-19
Stamford Health Medical Group never stopped caring for patients during COVID-19. In-person visits are safe and necessary and we also offer virtual visits. Read how to get started in our blog.
What to Do After Your COVID-19 Test
Here are some important things to keep in mind as you receive the results of your COVID-19 test and consider resuming activities or returning to work.
What Parents Should Know about Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children
The COVID-19 pandemic—and recent reports of Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)—raise new questions for parents and caregivers. Stamford Health's pediatric team has the answers in this blog.
Types of COVID-19 Tests, Explained
COVID-19 is an ever-evolving situation and Stamford Health is constantly staying on top of the latest information, testing and treatments as they develop. Here is what you need to know right now.