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January 14, 2019, Morrisville, NC: VIGILINT, a global telemedicine company, announced the launch of its redesigned website featuring online enrollment for telemedicine membership via VIGILINT.com. Individuals and families can select from several robust telemedicine membership packages that offer 30 second, direct access to life saving treatment from board certified emergency physicians.
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Updated July 2019
School is out and summer is in full swing. Days are filled with backyard barbecues, time with friends, and dips in the pool to beat that relentless summer heat. Though swimming in community pools is a regular part of many American’s summer routines, federal public health officials are urging people to think twice before diving… Read more about ‘Crypto’ parasite outbreaks on the rise in US swimming pools
Ophidiophobia is the term to describe one’s abnormal fear of snakes. Researchers believe that the fear has evolutionary traces, developed by early humans as a survival tactic. Although the exact number of individuals suffering from Ophidiophobia is unknown, snake fears are relatively common. Considering that 200 people die every day from snakebites around the world,… Read more about Snakebites: A Leading Global Health Crisis Causing 200 Deaths Every Day
Understanding “Elimination” vs “Eradication” of Infectious Diseases in The Wake of The Measles Outbreak
Latest Measles Data From January 1, 2019, through May 10, 2019, measles cases are now up to 839 and present in 23 states, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last week. The outbreaks in the US have been cited as “numerous” and “unrelated” to each other. The multi-state element is… Read more about Understanding “Elimination” vs “Eradication” of Infectious Diseases in The Wake of The Measles Outbreak
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a new report today that at least 704 people have been sickened by measles since January 1, 2019 – the greatest number of reported cases in 25 years, marking a sad and alarming milestone in the history of the disease. The measles epidemic has been a… Read more about Measles Cases Hit 25-Year Record High At The Start Of National Infant Immunization Week
As numbers continue to rise in the European measles epidemic, localized outbreaks throughout the United States and parts of the rest of the world are being reported. Instead of receding, it appears that the European measles epidemic has transformed into a worldwide measles epidemic. Both local and international travelers should be aware of the risks… Read more about Measles – An Ongoing Epidemic
February – a month dedicated to all things heart shaped – has fittingly been dubbed American Heart Month. It is the time of year for us to consider our heart health and to raise awareness of the risks of heart disease. And if you think you’re seeing a lot of red today – you’re not… Read more about February is American Heart Month – Tips When Traveling with a Heart Condition
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During a recent trip to Hanoi, Vietnam, Tara's minor strep throat progressed to a severe one-in-a-million case and almost cost her her life. Tara and her travel companion discuss the terrifying ordeal and how VIGILINT and Cleveland Clinic's GMAP program saved her life.
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