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.
The Greek doctor reportedly noted "nobody responded in the 24 hours the invitation was published" on social media.
While we're waiting for a vaccine or other effective treatment, remember this is still a crisis for healthcare workers. We're the ones who have to call the daughter, partner, or parent with every death.
At least 43 positive cases have been reported at a hospital in Granada, southern Spain, following the party.
Dr. Ilaria Capua's story and the race to find a coronavirus vaccine both illustrate how important open science is, but also how easily things can go wrong, either because the science is misunderstood—or because people are actually acting outside the contours of the law.
It looks like the unnamed healthcare professional sweat entirely through his scrubs.
"These findings highlight the fact that beanbag munitions can cause serious harm and are not appropriate for use in crowd control," the letter stated.
The vast majority of the Japanese city's hospitals were also rendered non-functioning by the nuclear bomb.
The latest cases include 14 junior residents and two senior residents from the University of Florida Health hospital.
No scary shots can overpower the bravery of a strong dad.
"I would discourage my fellow physicians from being lenient in 'granting exemptions,'" said Dr. Jeffrey A. Linder.
"This is just not the time to bring thousands of the party faithful from around the state to an indoor meeting in a county that, as I write, reports more than 18,000 active COVID-19 cases," wrote Texas Medical Association President Dr. Diana L Fite on Tuesday.
"[T]he FMA unequivocally endorses this public health measure," FMA president Ronald L. Giffler wrote in the statement. "Wearing a mask may save your life and the lives of others."
Arizona's daily case count more than doubled on Tuesday from the number of new infections reported Monday.
Dr. Meenal Viz said clap for carers "gave us a nice fuzzy feeling in our heart every Thursday, knowing that the public is on our side."
Congress should forestall the avarice of the plaintiff bar.
Several groups representing medical professionals have condemned police brutality and racism for causing negative health effects including death amid ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd.
Mexican health officials, doctors and residents along the border with the United States say new outbreaks of COVID-19 are tied to people crossing south over the border.
President Donald Trump, heading into the 2020 election campaign, is keen to reopen the economy as soon as possible.
Doctors in New York and 14 other states have seen a rare inflammatory syndrome in patients between the ages of 3 and 18 that has been associated with toxic shock syndrome or Kawasaki disease.
Michael Ryan, the WHO's emergencies director, said it had recorded more than 35 "quite serious" incidents in 11 countries in April involving attacks on individuals and groups.
A 23-year-old nurse in the U.K. is reportedly the youngest medic to die from the virus in the country, while nearly 13,000 medical workers in Italy are reported to be infected.
Doctors in ERs and ICUs are trying new approaches and using social media and email chains to help each other learn on the fly.
Today's Doodle is captioned: "As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people are coming together to help one another now more than ever."
Google has launched a new series paying tribute to all the doctors, nurses and health workers at the frontline of the novel coronavirus outbreak, more than 100 of whom have died as a result of COVID-19 while treating patients.
Medical workers across the U.S. say they are in desperately short supply of protective equipment such as masks as they grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
Experts in Italy and elsewhere say that a lack of adequate personal protective equipment for health care workers has led to many contracting the virus while caring for infected patients.
Robots have always been used to take on dull, dirty, and dangerous jobs, and this pandemic requires these kinds of jobs are done all over the world," researcher Bradley Nelson said.