Coronavirus Update: Spread to the US is “Inevitable”

Cases of COVID-19 are spreading rapidly and freely outside China for the first time. While the cases in China have declined since the beginning of February, the illness has erupted far from the point of origin in Wuhan. Hundreds of confirmed cases in pockets of South Korea, Italy and Iran have … Read more about Coronavirus Update: Spread to the US is “Inevitable”

Coronavirus Update: First Two Deaths Outside Mainland China from 2019-nCoV

The death toll in China from the coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is now at 427, killing more people there in a matter of weeks than the 9-month severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2002 and 2003. (SARS took 349 lives and infected 5,327 people in China.) As of issue, there have been 20,000 … Read more about Coronavirus Update: First Two Deaths Outside Mainland China from 2019-nCoV

Coronavirus Update: WHO declares a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC)

The World Health Organization declared today the coronavirus that originated from Wuhan, China, last month, is now a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the WHO, stated that the main reason for the declaration was not … Read more about Coronavirus Update: WHO declares a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC)

Snakebites: A Leading Global Health Crisis Causing 200 Deaths Every Day

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. … 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 … Read more about Understanding “Elimination” vs “Eradication” of Infectious Diseases in The Wake of The Measles Outbreak

Measles Cases Hit 25-Year Record High At The Start Of National Infant Immunization Week

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 … Read more about Measles Cases Hit 25-Year Record High At The Start Of National Infant Immunization Week

LIFE SAVING MEDICAL TREATMENT WITH JUST ONE CALL. VIGILINT LAUNCHES ONLINE TELEMEDICINE ENROLLMENT

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 … Read more about LIFE SAVING MEDICAL TREATMENT WITH JUST ONE CALL. VIGILINT LAUNCHES ONLINE TELEMEDICINE ENROLLMENT

RENEE SPROLE, VIGILINT VICE PRESIDENT OF GLOBAL CLIENT SERVICES, FEATURED PANELIST AT 2018 CLEVELAND CLINIC MEDICAL INNOVATIONS SUMMIT

October 31, 2018, Morrisville, NC:  Renee Sprole, Vice President, Global Client Services for VIGILINT, a global telemedicine company, was a featured panelist at Cleveland Clinic’s Medical Innovations Summit focused on ‘Disruption: Reimagining Healthcare’. VIGILINT’s Renee Sprole, and the other … Read more about RENEE SPROLE, VIGILINT VICE PRESIDENT OF GLOBAL CLIENT SERVICES, FEATURED PANELIST AT 2018 CLEVELAND CLINIC MEDICAL INNOVATIONS SUMMIT