A large prospective study in the Journal of Internal Medicine followed Covid-19 patients who reported losing their sense of smell—and it found worrying signs that some may not regain their olfactory function, even after months of recovery.
Medscape's annual Nurse Career Satisfaction Report typically looks at whether U.S. nurses are content with their jobs, but Medscape's 2020 report also digs in on key metrics related to the novel coronavirus pandemic—including how many nurses have contracted the virus and more. See the findings, charted.
The United States is consistently setting new daily records for reported hospitalizations and deaths tied to the novel coronavirus—and as cases of severe Covid-19 continue to rise, hospitals in some areas are struggling to treat influxes in patients.
Several individuals were admitted to hospitals in and around Washington, D.C., amid the rioting that occurred Wednesday at the Capitol, according to a spokesperson from the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Texas.
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