Joe Ronquillo, who has been treating pediatric patients with cancer at the hospital for 16 years, is a bit of a social media sensation thanks to posts of him dancing with his patients, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the Idaho, New York, and Ohio.
As the number of U.S. coronavirus deaths rose to six as of Monday, federal officials are focusing on containing the virus' spread and say nearly one million people could be tested for the virus this week.
Juul Labs is reportedly working on a next-generation e-cigarette that can tell if the user is 21 years old, as e-cigarette manufacturers scramble to submit their products for authorization ahead of FDA's May 12 deadline.
A few years ago, Heather Woock discovered that she is one of dozens of people who'd been conceived with sperm from her mother's fertility doctor—a revelation that unsettled Woock, who was about to embark on her own journey with the fertility industry, Lauren Bavis and Jake Harper report for Side Effects Public Media.
Flu activity is still widespread throughout most of the country, with at least 32 million people falling ill with the flu as of Feb. 22, but mounting concerns about the novel coronavirus have some asking: Which is worse, the flu or the coronavirus?
To improve patient care, doctors at University Hospitals Conneaut Medical Center adopted a surprisingly simple practice that reduced the average length of stay for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients by more than two days, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, Ginger Christ reports for the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
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