Stay on top with the updates about the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic through these videos.

BBC NEWS: Covid variant: What happens when coronavirus mutates?

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Coronavirus Updates: “Testing – What do We Need to Know?” joined by special Guest, Dr. Erik McLaughlin MD, MPH

Why do we need to test for Coronavirus?

Coronavirus Updates: Antibody (Serology) Testing

Differences between the current types of Coronavirus tests & which is the best test right now & WHY?

Dr. Cindy Duke appears on Egg Whisperer Show to talk about Egg, Embryo, Sperm Freezing & COVID-19

Dr. Cindy Duke appears on Egg Whisperer Show to talk about Egg, Embryo, Sperm Freezing & COVID-19

Dr. Cindy appears on Business First AM to discuss Telemedicine in Women’s Health

Dr. Cindy appears on Business First AM to discuss Telemedicine in Women’s Health

“Managing Your Diabetes in the Time of COVID-19″ joined by Dr. Kelly Wood, MD, Medical Endocrinologist.

Coronavirus Updates: COVID-19 & Diabetes

Coronavirus Updates: Diabetes & Pre Diabetes, how do we diagnose it?

Coronavirus Updates: Diabetes & Pre Diabetes, who are the people at high risk?

How Diabetes can negatively impact pregnancy.

“The Psychological Impact of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic on Reproduction”, with Dr. Carly Wachtel-Snyder, MD, Reproductive & Perinatal Psychiatrist.

The Psychological Impact of Stopping Infertility Treatments

Use of Doulas and other support Systems during Pregnancy, Delivery and Postpartum

The Psychological Impact of Stopping Infertility Treatments

“Safeguarding Our Mental Health During The Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic” with Guest, Dr. Loucresie Rupert , MD, Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatrist.

Coronavirus Updates: What are some signs of stress in children, teenagers and adults?

What are some helpful strategies for telling a special needs child about Coronavirus or COVID-19?

How to support people at risk for intimate partner violence/child abuse, during social distancing.

“Practical Considerations for You and Your Family, During this Coronavirus Pandemic!” with Dr. Tisha Rowe MD, MBA

Coronavirus Updates: How to Access Telemedicine Services?

Coronavirus Updates: What services do you offer for members that primarily depends on home care?

Preparing your Family’s First Aid response for a COVID outbreak within the Household

Do I need to find a telemedicine provider in my state or can I use a service from another state?

Can you explain what it means to flatten the curve and how it can be practiced?

Dr. Duke appears on “Roland Martin Unfiltered” to discuss about the Coronavirus peak.

Dr. Duke appears on “Roland Martin Unfiltered” to discuss about the Coronavirus peak.

Dr. Duke appears on TV 6’s Morning Edition, with Fazeer Mohammed, to Discuss the COVID 19 Pandemic

Dr. Duke appears on TV 6’s Morning Edition, with Fazeer Mohammed, to Discuss the COVID 19 Pandemic

Use of Doulas and other support Systems during Pregnancy, Delivery and Postpartum

Dr. Duke appears on TV 6’s Morning Edition, with Fazeer Mohammed, to Discuss the COVID 19 Pandemic

Virologist Dr. Cindy Duke shares her perspective on COVID-19

Dr. Cindy Duke appearances on TTT Live Online

Winston Duke’s sister, Dr. Cindy Duke Skypes in with Lisa after the video of Mama Coco and Mark Wahlberg shouting her out went viral.
Underlying Medical Issues Make Afro-Americans More Susceptible To COVID-19

#BlackLivesMatter #BlackMothersMatter

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“Surviving Childbirth As A Black Woman: Racial Inequalities in Labor & Delivery” Panel Discussion

Watch this video for advice on how to advocate for Black Mothers and save Black lives! Organizer & Host Dr. Eseosa Ighodaro, MD, PhD; Neurologist, Neuroscientist, Activist; FB/YT (@Dr.Ighodaro), TW/CH/IG (@Dr_Ighodaro)

COVID19 Vaccines – Dr Cindy Duke answers questions on use in Pregnant, Breastfeeding & TTC Women

Covid19 vaccines roll out began in mid December 2020, with the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines as the first widely available shots. However these vaccines use the mRNA technology for which there is virtually no data – and will likely not be available for months – as to how they might affect pregnant women and their babies. There is also a widespread confusion amongst women who are breastfeeding and are trying to conceive. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says “People who are pregnant and part of a group recommended to receive the COVID-19 vaccine may choose to be vaccinated.” Although many pregnant women have taken the vaccine so far with a leap of faith, the dilemma persists.