Nurses at Boston Children's Hospital returned to their vehicles after treating children during 12-hour shifts to find they had been robbed.
Alex Charlton is taking a break from his job on the coaching staff of a Texas university to work as a nurse in New York City, the part of the U.S. that has been hardest hit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
Health care workers in Australia have recently released a statement pleading to "not be abused" following an incident where a nurse was punched in the face while wearing her nursing uniform.
Nurse Eileen Carney-Jones said thieves stole hand sanitizer from a dispenser at Teddington Memorial Hospital in London, U.K.
Nine million more nurses need to be employed on a global basis by 2030 to achieve universal health coverage.
Over 75 percent of the 25,000 workplace assaults reported annually in the United States took place in hospitals and other health care and social services settings, according to data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
"I did say it, and I wish I could reel it back," Senator Maureen Walsh (R) said amid backlash.
"While we sign this bill today, we do so with continued caution that the State must remain attuned to the need to ensure that recreational marijuana doesn't end up in the hands of our children."
A World War II veteran yelled to nurses for help that he could not breathe and the nurses laughed trying to get his oxygen tank to start.
EU nationals working for the NHS "should be given automatic British citizenship."
A $6,000 tax credit would cover expenses for those who leave careers to care for elderly or sick relatives.
Pentagon could change policy that punished medical personnel for objecting to the procedure.
An annual report comparing healthcare across Europe shows Britain falling from 14th to 16th.
A new proposed counterterrorism policy incorporates teachers at nurseries, schools and universities into state-spying apparatus.
A spate of attacks on doctors and nurses has prompted the health ministry to provide better security at hospitals
Teresa Romero and her doctors are still unsure how exactly she contracted the disease or what it was that cured her
Dallas County commissioners decided on Thursday that travel restrictions could be put into place without issuing a disaster declaration.
Spanish nurses are refusing to work with cases of the deadly virus, citing health concerns
For the Ebola outbreak to end in six to nine months, a "massive" global response is needed