Covid-19 vaccination only partially reduces the risk of long Covid symptoms, as well as other comorbidities, according to a study published in Nature Medicine—suggesting that a different approach is needed to effectively combat long Covid.
Machine learning models may be able to predict who will develop long Covid, FDA authorizes an at-home test to detect the coronavirus, flu, and respiratory syncytial virus, and more in this week's roundup of Covid-19 news.
CVS Health on Thursday announced the launch of CVS Health Virtual Primary Care, a digital platform aimed at providing patients access to health services on demand, either in a retail or community-based setting, at home, or virtually.
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Joseph Folkman, president of leadership development consultancy Zenger/Folkman, explains how managers can leverage two opposing leadership behaviors to reach their end goals.
Four months after an 82-year-old man suffered a stroke that weakened the right side of his body, his wife noticed he had "lost nearly 40 pounds" and "was getting weaker every day." Doctors knew the stroke was not responsible, and lab results soon revealed the culprit— a commonly prescribed medication, Lisa Sanders writes for the New York Times Magazine.
Tufts Medicine partnered with Amazon to move its entire digital health ecosystem to Amazon Web Services, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Florida, Massachusetts, and Wyoming.