The volunteer treated dozens of orphaned children at a hospital near the Russian border during a six-day trip.
"This is the wildest thing. Completely ridiculous on your boyfriend's part," one commenter wrote.
If any one of doctors on the team were fired by then-President Trump, they agreed that they all would quit.
Husel's lawyers argued that he was providing comforting care to dying patients, not trying to kill them.
With supplies low, some parents are trying to make the baby formula they have last. But doctors say not all of these solutions are safe.
At the hospital in Kyiv where I work, underground rooms were organized for expectant mothers.
Albert Khoury received the transplant in September and is doing well six months later.
The technique, which can be performed wherever you are, might be one of the fastest ways to reduce stress and anxiety, according to Dr. Karan Raj.
Doctors didn't give an exact cause of death for David Bennett, 57, but said his condition had started deteriorating several days earlier.
At a time when so many doctors and nurses are burned out and leaving their professions, it's crucial to listen to them about what they need.
The hospital opted to tighten its security after a local religious leader staged a protest demanding the facility offer a treatment not approved by the FDA.
Olivia Wallace had a painful lump on her tongue for months, but wanted to avoid the embarrassment of being told she had an STD.
"With Omicron not being a severe disease for the vaccinated, we believe it is reasonable to lift restrictions," epidemiologist Lone Simonsen said.
"The landscape of abortion provision is simply not going to be able to absorb all the people," Dr. Bhavik Kumar warned Newsweek about overturning Roe v. Wade.
The sign warns people that eating fast food can cause obesity, which can put patients with COVID-19 at risk for intubation.
"You can't even conceptualize that somebody else might have actual medical issues that they see doctors and take medication for," one commenter wrote.
"This is all hands on deck time... and this is the situation everywhere in the city right now. This is not a time to slip and fall," said Dr. Raghu Adiga.
Meanwhile, over 63 percent of all Americans are vaccinated and the rate of vaccinated children 12 to 17 is 54 percent.
Meryl Nass, an internist from Ellsworth, has been outspoken in recent years with her criticism of the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The lack of PPE was "a serious safety and health danger for all health workers, especially for doctors due to their direct exposure," a Spanish judge said.
A medical director for the American Red Cross spoke with Newsweek about the organization's worst blood shortage in over a decade.
Residents believed the sound was a false alarm. "So many of us were used to hearing that fire alarm go off, it was like second nature to us," said one resident.
The husband was branded "controlling, disrespectful and entitled" by one Redditor. "He is putting your health and safety on a back burner."
"Your Emergency Departments are at a breaking point," the Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians and the Massachusetts Emergency Nurses Association said.
"Are you dating Satan? What type of boyfriend asks you to leave the birthday dinner you paid for," commented one Redditor.
Health care workers in France are allowed to continue working while positive for COVID-19 if they are fully vaccinated and are not coughing or sneezing.
"One guy thought if he applied some dirt on the wound it would suffocate the bacteria and wouldn't get infected," one comment read.
"Those are where we see most of our deaths—from patients who have been intubated in the ICU," Dr. Barbara Ducatman told Newsweek.
Providing health care is more than medical. It is personal, emotional and intertwined with mental health.
"After more than three decades as a physician, the Q maniacs have driven me out of providing care to patients," said an individual purporting to be a doctor.