Holidays usually mean family time, but how to make this happen in the COVID-19 era? Dr. James McDeavitt, senior vice president and dean of clinical affairs and head of Baylor’s pandemic Incident Command Center, thinks he has a way, following the lesson of the successful NBA bubble.
Taking care of your health is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. Baylor College of Medicine experts have plenty of tips to help you stay healthy. This month’s Health Hint offers focuses on the traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
The holidays at Baylor College of Medicine are a time for faculty, staff and trainees to reflect on the successes and challenges of the past year while enjoying the season with colleagues and peers. For those Grinches out there, though, the College has just the right prescription.
Baylor commemorated the holiday season by focusing on community outreach and by making spirits bright inside its offices, labs and clinics.