This week, hospitalizations in Michigan almost exceeded the state's previous record high from April 2020. Healthcare workers are anticipating the latest surge, which includes more young people than ever before, to be Michigan's worst.
"If there were a clinical trial of this size with this data, the drug would be licensed with appropriate warning," the former Vermont governor stated Tuesday.
Dr. Marty Makary predicts that the U.S. will see "gradual slowing" of COVID-19 infections in April and May, while "it's going to mostly be young people who are going to linger into May and June with cases."
The act could force health care workers into taking a one-size-fits-all approach to the complex phenomenon of gender dysphoria, the distressing psychological rejection of healthy male or female bodies.
National Doctors Day is the perfect opportunity to show your appreciation for the doctors in your life.
Clubhouse can be a blueprint for how frontline workers can use social media to increase their capacities and abilities.
After an already superhuman effort over the last year, working through successive surges in caseloads and the end not yet in sight, three quarters of frontline health care workers report feeling overwhelmed.
California currently ranks 11th among the 15 states with the least number of people per 100,000 who received one or more doses of the vaccine, according to the CDC.
The doctor has served on combat rotations in countries including Iraq, Afghanistan and Bosnia.
One doctor has been unable to treat a patient who has been receiving care for the lingering effects of COVID-19 infection.
To me, the highest honor comes when somebody puts his or her life in your hands. To be a physician or a nurse is, to me, something bigger than a transaction.
Thankfully, the girl is doing fine, and one of the key reasons that she survived is because her grandmother administered effective first-aid immediately.
"More lockdowns lead to much more non-COVID morbidity and mortality...public policy is being based on erroneous assumptions," the doctor reportedly wrote to local officials.
Frontline workers were left out of Stanford Medical Center's first round of vaccinations as hospital officials chose to vaccinate administrators and doctors "with no in-person patient responsibilities" instead.
"She said she told him, 'thank you for saving my life 20yrs ago, I hope this may help save your life, too.,." her son revealed on Twitter.
"This stoppage in work force comes at a very crucial time during our COVID surge," said a memo sent to the nursing staff at HCA Healthcare's Riverside Community Hospital.
Joseph Epstein called the incoming First Lady "Kiddo" and said her use of the honorific felt "fraudulent" and "comic."
A panel of medical professionals broke down the injuries suffered by the Wet Bandits in the 1990 holiday classic, to let you know what could happen if your scalp was blowtorched.
The emergency medicine doctor said "we are so tired" after learning of her patient's recent large holiday gathering.
A Texas fertility doctor reportedly claims that he did nothing wrong when he inseminated patients with his own "fresh" sperm after frozen sperm from out-of-state donors failed to work.
The latest warnings follow record current COVID-19 hospitalizations reported for 10 days in a row since November 10.
It certainly looks like we are going to run out of ICU space by Thanksgiving, but the aftermath could be worse.
She compared scenes in "short staffed" hospitals to those in the surrounding communities, where some have ignored social distancing rules.
Since the arrival of COVID-19, my patients' anxiety has never been higher. And, like fire needs oxygen, many sleep problems—like insomnia—thrive on anxiety.
For me, as a Black physician, disappointment can feel like I have let a whole community down. I sometimes fear I am perpetuating the very inequities I strive to correct.
The president was reported to have an "ambulatory oxygen saturation level of 95 to 97 percent," on Tuesday, according Dr. Sean Conley.