Healthgrades on Wednesday released its "Leading Hospitals in Early COVID Care" list, recognizing 24 U.S. hospitals that provided "best-in-class" Covid-19 care to their communities during the initial wave of the pandemic.
Many long Covid patients experience debilitating symptoms that leave them too sick to work—but they are often denied both unemployment and disability benefits, leaving many to struggle with rising medical bills and a lack of income.
For two decades, a 49-year-old woman had been tested for "every infection her various doctors could think of" and was still suffering from what they believed to be irritable bowel syndrome—until test results revealed an entirely different diagnosis, Lisa Sanders writes for the New York Times Magazine.
Nearly half of the free Covid-19 tests made available by the Biden administration remain unclaimed, FDA increases the dosage of the monoclonal antibody Evusheld to combat omicron subvariants, and more in this week's roundup of Covid-19 news.
FDA on Tuesday issued warnings for three unauthorized at-home Covid-19 tests over the risk of false results, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Maryland, Missouri, and New Jersey.