The first World AIDS Day was marked on December 1, 1988. Now, 33 years later, we still have good reason…

This blog post answers the query that most pregnant women who are tested as SARS-CoV-2-positive have: “Will my baby get…

We spoke with Sarah T. Arron, MD, PhD, a dermatologist in Burlingame, California. For The Waiting Room, she has contributed…

This post is based on a recent open access review titled “Cardio-Pulmonary-Renal Consequences of Severe COVID-19”, published in the journal…

For World Hepatitis Day, which takes place on July 28, we spoke with Cary James, CEO of UK-based World Hepatitis…

In the recent COVID-19 pandemic, children have been mildly affected by the disease itself. However, in rare cases, children have…

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia compromises the immune system, making patients more susceptible to infections. It’s important for patients and physicians to…

Patient-reported outcomes are a valuable aspect of clinical trials. Regulatory authorities and research groups are encouraging the inclusion of these…

We spoke with John Harrington, Respiratory Clinical Nurse Consultant at the John Hunter Hospital in New Lambton Heights, New South…

On the occasion of World Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Day we spoke with Fergus Shanahan, who is Professor and Chair…

Learn more about acute kidney injury and its impact on the body. Discover how this condition can worsen the impact…

On World Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Day (April 19), and in accordance with IBS Awareness Month, we spoke with Dr…

Portrait Peter Weisenseel

We spoke to Peter Weisenseel, MD, a specialist in dermatology and venereal diseases who works at ‘Dermatologikum’ Hamburg. He is…