Schedule Online Visits First? It’s the Next Big Thing in Health Insurance

By Julie Appleby At the peak of the covid-19 pandemic, folks usually relied on telemedicine for physician visits. Now, insurers

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Student Nurses Who Refuse Vaccination Struggle to Complete Degrees

By Michelle Andrews Kaitlyn Hevner expects to full a 15-month accelerated nursing program on the University of North Florida in

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Mounting Covid Deaths Fuel School Bus Drivers’ Fears

GRIFFIN, Ga. — Natalia D’Angelo received sick proper after college began in August. She was driving a college bus for

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Low Wages and Pandemic Gut Staffing Support for Those With Disabilities

By Andy Miller Ernestine “Erma” Bryant likes her job, however the pay is an issue. She works in a caregiver

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Public Health Experts ‘Flabbergasted’ That Biden Still Hasn’t Picked an FDA Chief

By Rachana Pradhan President Joe Biden’s failure to call somebody to steer the Food and Drug Administration, greater than 10

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Will ‘Dr. Disinformation’ Ever Face the Music?

Earlier this month, Dr. Rashid Buttar posted on Twitter that covid-19 “was a planned operation” and shared an article alleging

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Ask KHN-PolitiFact: Is My Cloth Mask Good Enough to Face the Delta Variant?

In current months, some European airways have banned the use of cloth face coverings to management the unfold of the

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Scientists Examine Kids’ Unique Immune Systems as More Fall Victim to Covid

By Liz Szabo Eighteen months into the covid-19 pandemic, with the delta variant fueling a large resurgence of illness, many

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After Pandemic Ravaged Nursing Homes, New State Laws Protect Residents

By Susan Jaffe When the coronavirus hit Martha Leland’s Connecticut nursing dwelling final yr, she and dozens of different residents

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‘We Sent a Terrible Message’: Scientists Say Biden Jumped the Gun With Vaccine Booster Plan

By Rachana Pradhan The Biden administration’s plans to make covid-19 booster pictures accessible subsequent month has drawn a collective scream

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Covid Politics and Fatigue Work Against Contact-Tracing Foot Soldiers

By Amanda Michelle Gomez Health departments nationwide scaled again their contact tracing in late spring or early summer time when

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The Newest Disease Detection Tool for Covid and Beyond: Poop

By Anna Maria Barry-Jester Since reopening campus on the University of California-San Diego final summer time, college officers have relied

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‘The Vaccination Queen’: Nurse Practitioner Takes Covid Shots House to House in Puerto Rico

By Caroline Almy and Alicia Carter MAYAGÜEZ, PUERTO RICO — Abigail Matos-Pagán entered a bright-blue home in Mayagüez final month

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