"Really, UPMC Altoona? Really? That's a threat. That's not even a veiled threat—that's an outright threat," a nurse advocate said in a viral TikTok.
The bill shows that the new mother stayed at the hospital for 11 days, with charges for the stay including $1 tests and medication.
Husel's lawyers argued that he was providing comforting care to dying patients, not trying to kill them.
DaBaby's North Carolina home was visited by police on Wednesday evening, when "one subject suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound" was found.
"[Doctors] think that it is a stress issue and less of a cognitive issue," Jenna Jameson said as she spoke about how her ongoing illness has impacted her.
"We're still kind of looking for answers," Jenna Jameson said on Instagram on Thursday, adding she has "very low levels" of the essential vitamin.
"This abhorrent conduct is a grievous violation of medical ethics, human rights and basic human dignity," said Arthur Caplan from New York University's Grossman School of Medicine.
Zhou Shengni died after struggling to breathe and was unable to enter her hospital's emergency wing due to mandates spurred by China's "Zero COVID" policy.
Artur Gabovich was in the hotel business, but plans changed. Now, the hotel has become a full-time food service operation for locals affected by war.
In a video viewed over 16 million times, a mom shared how much it costs for a one-night hospital stay after a 20-minute birth.
Hall suffered three heart attacks due to complications from hip surgery.
Former adult film star Jenna Jameson, 47, stated that she is "getting stronger" as she continues to battle a mystery illness.
International Criminal Court prosecutors tell Newsweek what the challenges of building a case against Russia are and how Ukrainians can help gather evidence.
"We don't know exactly what's going on. I still am unable to stand, but I am feeling better," said former adult film star Jenna Jameson, 47.
Timothy Heaton thanked the health workers who cared for him for five months and saved him from the brink of death several times.
The report was published in one of Russia's few investigative newspapers that is not run by the state.
The former adult film star has returned home after several weeks in hospital. Testing continues, but "it seems there's something off with my femoral nerve," she said.
Weeks before she passed away, the conservative commentator and Miss Alabama for America Strong 2021, shared what has turned out to be a particularly poignant post about wanting to live a full life.
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.
Security footage shows her sticking her fingers down the 1-month-old's throat to induce vomiting several times in a single day, say officers.
Actor Bob Odenkirk, 59, has revealed that it took three shocks to bring his pulse back after he collapsed on the New Mexico set of "Better Call Saul" in July.
Renee Prevost was told her father, who had dementia, had been discharged from a Detroit hospital where he was being treated for COVID, only to find out later that he had died at the facility.
Surviving a hospital stay for COVID-19 doesn't guarantee a person access to monoclonal antibody treatments or oral antivirals if they're reinfected.
"With Omicron not being a severe disease for the vaccinated, we believe it is reasonable to lift restrictions," epidemiologist Lone Simonsen said.
Americans have reported hospital refusals to discharge patients without payment and the withholding of U.S. passports at a facility in the tourist destination.
"I can respect people's choice to be able to CHOOSE to get some experimental drug if they want, but MANDATING this is absolute insanity," the patient said.
The family are suing the mother-of-three's health care provider, alleging that the multiple sclerosis patient had been told she couldn't get the COVID-19 vaccine.
"The first question that comes to our minds is 'why?'" said Sgt. Paul Parizek of the Des Moines Police Department.
One patent removed from a hospital's waiting list for a kidney transplant said "I'd rather die of kidney failure," when asked if they'd be willing to get vaccinated.
In some hospital departments—such as emergency rooms and intensive care units—staff turnover increased from 18 to 30 percent amid rising COVID-19 concerns.