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Long COVID to Blame for More Than 3,500 Deaths So Far, CDC Reports
According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National... Read More »
U.S. Remains Worst in the World for Maternal Mortality, Health Equity
Maternal mortality is worsening in all developed nations, but the gap between the United States... Read More »
High Medical Malpractice Premiums Are Driving OB-GYNs Out of the Business. How Will Women Cope?
There is a shortage of doctors across the United States, particularly in obstetrics and... Read More »
Millions Suffer from Long COVID – and It Costs Them $9,000 a Year in Health-Care Expenses, on Average
The U.S. economy faces an estimated $3.7 trillion in long COVID costs, and of that, $528 billion... Read More »
New York Nursing Home Sued for Fraud, Neglect by State Attorney General
On Nov. 29, New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a lawsuit against the owners,... Read More »
Using Medical Jargon Confuses Patients Amid Low Health Literacy Trends
According to a study published in JAMA Network Open, patients are better able to understand... Read More »
Nursing Home Cited Seven Times by Inspectors Before Legionnaires' Outbreak
Amsterdam Nursing Home in Upper Manhattan experienced an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease,... Read More »
Mental Health Workforce Shortages Tied to Increase in Youth Suicides
A study published in JAMA Pediatrics found that a mental health workforce shortage designation... Read More »
Premature Births at Highest Point Since 2007: March of Dimes
The March of Dimes Report Card on maternal and infant health reveals that 10.5% of babies born... Read More »
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