The daily average of new Covid-19 cases last week surpassed 400,000 for the first time. Now hospitalizations are rising too, and public health experts Michael Osterholm and Ezekiel Emanuel are warning the surge could present "one of the greatest public health challenges not only of the pandemic but also of our lifetime."
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, time management coach Elizabeth Grace Saunders explains why people should set New Year's resolutions—even if it sometimes "feels like a pointless exercise"—and offers six tips on how to "make your resolutions actually stick."
When a 66-year-old man started experiencing "an octopus of pain wrapped around the right side of his skull," doctors offered multiple diagnoses, but nothing seemed to fit—until an unlikely source suggested he may have a rare autoimmune disease, Lisa Sanders writes for New York Times Magazine.
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Leonard Berry, Kedar Mate, and Sunjay Letchuman explore the benefits of converting struggling retail shopping malls into a new type of mall with much greater potential—a medical mall.
The Supreme Court has scheduled a special session to hear oral arguments on the Biden administration's vaccine mandates for large businesses and health care workers, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, and Ohio.
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