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a young boy stands in front of a window in a darkened room with his mom, looking down on lit up first responder vehicles

Love with Lights

December 08, 2021

First responders are lighting up the winter sky to say “good night” to patients at MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion.

a man in blue scrubs opens a dental instrument kit in front of an empty exam chair

Ryan White Dental Clinic

December 07, 2021

MUSC dental students are now providing care to HIV patients at the Ryan White Wellness Center of Charleston in West Ashley.

MUSC pharmacy resident Amelia Slane drops off bags of gifts for the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.

Angel Tree Gifts

December 07, 2021

Second winter holiday season of pandemic sees big turnout at MUSC for Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program.

Jim Nelson wears his "fancy pants" at Hollings to spread joy and bring a smile to both patients and staff.

Fancy Pants

December 06, 2021

Most people battling cancer don’t give a second thought to the clothes they wear to treatments. Jim Nelson isn’t most people.

portrait of David Cole in a garden

Leadership Award

December 06, 2021

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce honored MUSC President David J. Cole, M.D., FACS, for his leadership during the pandemic.

Dr. Wei Jiang, immunologist and associate professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology

Cannabis Use and Oral Health

December 06, 2021

Chronic cannabis use in humans changes the oral microbiome and may lead to alterations in brain function.

Elizabeth Mack, M.D., Critical Care Specialist, checks on a patient at MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital Right, Alexandra Rosol, ADN, RN, of the  Pediatric Intensive Care Unit asks a fellow nurse to get her some supplies.

COVID-19 vaccine and kids

December 06, 2021

MUSC pediatricians contribute to nationwide study that finds Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine effective against hospitalization in children age 12-18.

Blue virus particle shows original strain of coronavirus. Pink and purple version shows Delta. Red version shows Omicron.

Numbers Increase

December 06, 2021

MUSC COVID tracking team finds “significant increases” in COVID-19 for Tri-county area and beyond as we head toward winter holidays.

Dr. Gayenell Magwood, professor in the MUSC College of Nursing

COVID-19 and Chronic Disease

December 03, 2021

MUSC researcher will explore how chronic disease affected COVID-19 outcomes and how COVID-19 affected chronic disease management in underserved communities.

A kid smiling as a health care worker administers a shot

Q&A 16

November 30, 2021

Travel restrictions, kids’ shots and other things you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine.

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