Food Security and Nutrition in the U.S.

Across the United States in 2019, over 1 in 10 households were defined as being food-insecure. Food-insecure households are, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), “uncertain of having, or…

Predicting Onset of Labor from Blood Tests

An accurate estimation of the timing of labor is important for several clinical decisions, including determination of preterm birth and necessary treatment regimens [1]. Currently, gestational age and due date…

Post-Acute COVID-19 Disease Severity

COVID-19, like many viral diseases, continues to impact patients’ health even after they have resolved their initial infections. Symptoms manifest across different organ systems with varying levels of severity. A…

The Shift to Hybrid Surgery Centers

The field of outpatient services has grown rapidly over the last several years, spurred by changes to reimbursements for inpatient procedures from health plan providers. One result of this is an increasing number of hybrid…

Surgical Considerations for Patients With Anemia

Anemia is a condition that results in low red blood cell count and hemoglobin deficiency, decreasing the blood’s capacity to carry oxygen [1]. The World Health Organization specifies that hemoglobin concentrations of less than 12.0g/dl in non-pregnant women and 13.0g/dl in…

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