Elisabeth Poorman, M.D.
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Until the president suggested that injecting household cleaners could cure coronavirus, my biggest concern was the rise in alcohol consumption as people battle their fears and anxieties without healthy outlets.
When the first death in the US from the novel coronavirus was announced, Gaby Berger, an internal medicine physician and assistant professor at the University of Washington was working at the hospital.
A new patient came to my clinic recently for help with anxiety. She was out of work, living at home, and the lack of structure had made her anxiety worse.
When Olivia went in for her mammogram at the age of 50 last month, she received unexpected news: she had “extremely dense breasts.”