Similar caps on the vials for updated Covid-19 boosters and the original vaccines may lead to mix-ups during administration, according to some health experts. To prevent these mistakes, CDC released several best practices and recommendations to ensure vaccines are safely prepared and administered.
More than 80% of pregnancy-related deaths between 2017 and 2019 were preventable, according to a recent analysis from CDC published in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, with mental health conditions causing nearly a quarter of those deaths.
Hospitals and health systems are currently facing a "critical situation" as their margins continue to drop, and over half are expected to end 2022 with negative margins, according to a new report from Kaufman Hall and the American Hospital Association. See how current and projected hospital margins compare to pre-pandemic levels on our interactive charts.
At-home food sensitivity tests have become increasingly popular, but how accurate and credible are the results? Writing for the New York Times, Alice Callahan explains how these tests work and what you can (and cannot) learn from them.
More Americans are facing an increased risk of food insecurity, eviction or foreclosure, and poor health outcomes amid rising medical debt, according to a study published Friday in JAMA Network Open. See how medical debt is affecting social determinants of health on our interactive chart.