An HHS directive scheduled to take effect this fall will temporarily block restrictions that currently prohibit pharmacists from administering childhood vaccinations in 22 states, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia and Oklahoma.
Concert halls were among the first venues that many countries shut down when the novel coronavirus pandemic began. But now, as the pandemic has started to wane in some countries, a group of researchers is holding large, indoor concerts. Here's why.
Researchers at the University of Hong Kong on Monday reported the first documented and confirmed case of novel coronavirus reinfection, raising questions about whether patients who become infected with the virus can develop long-term immunity to the pathogen.
To learn what Covid-19 has been like on the frontlines of America's coronavirus hot spots, The Guardian recently sat down with Tsion Firew, an ED doctor in New York, and Cedric Dark, an ED doctor in Houston, to talk about their harrowing experiences. Here's what they had to say.
In a recent episode of Radio Advisory, Rachel (Rae) Woods and Brandi Greenberg spoke with Ezekiel Emanuel, the prominent bioethicist and former advisor to President Barack Obama, about the complexities of vaccine production, distribution, and delivery. Here are four key points that stood out from the conversation.
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