If you're feeling overwhelmed and overstressed by all the breaking news about the delta variant, you're not alone. But according to Advisory Board's Rae Woods, four factors in particular are capturing a lot of headlines—without actually revealing much about the epidemic's future.
The recent surge in Covid-19 cases has exacerbated a shortage of nurses and other frontline providers in coronavirus hot spots—but as Advisory Board's Katherine Virkstis writes, there are three key ways organizations can address the nursing shortage.
FDA on Thursday is expected to amend the emergency use authorizations for the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines to allow immunocompromised adults to receive an additional dose, sources familiar with the decision told Politico and the New York Times.
As people are more frequently asked to prove their vaccination status, many are wondering why CDC's vaccination cards are so inconveniently sized—and brainstorming ways to more conveniently verify their vaccination status.
Many dietary supplements contain unlabeled and even potentially dangerous ingredients, but government oversight on these products remains limited, writes Christie Aschwanden for the Washington Post. Here's how to minimize your chances of picking a poor supplement.
YouTube temporarily suspended Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul after he posted a video claiming masks "don't prevent infection" from the coronavirus, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Florida, and Maine.
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