Largely prompted by the 2018 scandal involving the use of CRISPR to genetically edit DNA in human embryos, the World Health Organization on Monday issued new recommendations regarding human gene editing—calling for stronger limits on acceptable experiments and equitable distribution of ethical treatments.
More than 50% of health care workers reported symptoms of a mental health condition in a survey taken earlier this year, according to a study in CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report—and the toll was heaviest among those who spent more time responding to Covid-19. See the impact, charted.
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Adaira Landry and Resa Lewiss share four steps to develop a "compassionate email culture" in your workplace—a potentially "counterintuitive" method of reducing email traffic and decluttering inboxes.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) on Friday announced the winner of its $1 million vaccination lottery in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Michigan, and Oregon.
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