It's Time to Overcome These Excuses for Delaying Your Mammogram
Everyone has a different excuse for avoiding their yearly mammogram. Unfortunately, none of them are valid when it comes to your breast health! Stamford Health's Breast Center leadership explains why.
COVID-19 And Your Child: What to Know Right Now
COVID-19 is rising due to the Omicron variant. Stamford Health's Sanford L. Swidler shares a guide for parents on COVID-19 exposure, testing and quarantine for children. Learn more in our blog.
I Tested Positive for COVID-19 at Home. Now What?
COVID-19 is surging again in Connecticut, and so is the demand for testing in the greater Stamford area. If you tested positive with an at-home antigen test kit, here are the steps you should take.
COVID is Surging. Here's What to Do.
COVID-19 cases are spiking at concerning rates and the fast-spreading Omicron will become the dominant variant. Here's how you can do your part in turning the tide right now.
A Hospital CEO's Advice for Leaders
?This episode of Becker’s Healthcare Podcast features Kathleen Silard, President & CEO of Stamford Health. Here, Silard discusses advice for leaders, women’s services, engaging with the community, and more.
5 Things to Know About the Omicron Variant
On November 26, 2021, the World Health Organization classified the B.1.1.529 Omicron as a variant of concern. Here are 5 things to know right now about Omicron in Connecticut.
Do the Flu and COVID Vaccines Play Nice Together?
Yes, you can get your COVID vaccine with your flu shot. Here are 5 things you should know right now about flu season, from Stamford Health's Dr. Asha Shah, infectious diseases physician.
Fever in Adults: When to Worry
Why do adults get fevers and sometimes with no other symptoms? When should you worry about a temperature? Dr. Karen Justiniano, Stamford Health physician, tells all.
How the COVID Vaccine Works: A Guide for Parents of Younger Children
It's important for parents of young children to understand how the COVID-19 vaccine works to help clear up any misconceptions. Dr. Susan Lasky, pediatrician with Stamford Health, reveals all in our blog.
Should I Vaccinate My Young Child Against COVID-19?
The CDC and FDA recently authorized COVID-19 vaccines for children 5 and older. If you’re a parent, you likely have many questions. Stamford Health's pediatric and infectious diseases experts address popular questions and concerns from parents in our blog.