How Can Healthcare Providers and Patients Limit the Spread of the Virus?

Known by Korin Reid antibiotic resistance since early childhood. He remembers reading about it in one of his parents’ books from the age of seven, so when he bought his first book antibiotic resistant infection (a bacterial infection that some antibiotics can’t cure), said Reid, a data scientist and CEO of Ellison Laboratories. “I was …

At My Hospital, Over 95% of Covid-19 Patients Share Something

By Nicholas Johnson, University of Washington The Conversation publishes a series of posts from clinicians and researchers working at the forefront of the coronavirus pandemic. You can do You can find all the stories here. as emergency medicine and intensive care Doctor at Washington University School of Medicine in SeattleI forgot the number of COVID-19 …

Talking Clinically: Talking to Patients About Uterine Fibroids

Developed in partnership with this article White Dress Project. medically reviewed. Kristen A. Matteson uterine fibroids It is the most common gynecological condition among women of reproductive age. when they turn 50, up to 80% of all women They will have developed fibroids, and 20% of these women experience symptoms ranging from devastating to debilitating. …

Some Hospitals Continued to Sue Patients Over Medical Debt

By Jenny Deam, ProPublica This story was originally published by ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for Big Story newsletter to get stories like this in your inbox. As COVID-19 swept through the country last year, many US hospitals have drastically reduced their aggressive tactics to collect medical debt. Some have …