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RSV Hospitalizations Surge, Babies Hit Hardest
Babies are being most affected by an unseasonably early surge in hospitalizations for... Read More »
BLS: Nonfatal Workplace Injuries Increased in 2021, but Illnesses Dropped Significantly
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, workplace injuries in the private sector rose... Read More »
Personal Health Record Use Ups Cancer Follow-Up Rate to 86%
Researchers at the Regenstrief Institute, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and Indiana... Read More »
Locked-In Syndrome Malpractice Cases Ends with $75M Verdict Against Docs
A $75 million medical malpractice verdict has been issued against an emergency department... Read More »
Study: Racial, Ethnic Minorities Experienced More Barriers to Healthcare Over a Nearly 20-Year Span
In a study published in JAMA Health Forum, Yale University researchers found that all... Read More »
These Doctors Admit They Don't Want Patients with Disabilities
A study published in Health Affairs involved video focus groups of U.S. primary care physicians... Read More »
Black, Hispanic and Native American People More Likely to Be Hospitalized for Flu: CDC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that, between 2009 and 2022, flu... Read More »
New Data Is Out on COVID Vaccine Injury Claims. What's to Make of It?
In August, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had pledged to post on its... Read More »
One in 4 Clinicians Want to Leave Healthcare, Citing Burnout. Here's What Providers Can Do to Stem the Tide
A survey by Bain and Company found that around 25% of U.S. clinicians are considering leaving... Read More »
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