Faced with a limited supply of the monkeypox vaccine, FDA has authorized an alternative injection method that gives patients one-fifth of the current dose—but research is limited on the method, causing some debate among experts.
The Inflation Reduction Act, which was passed by the Senate on Sunday, included several major health care reforms. Writing for STAT News, Rachel Cohrs reveals who the reforms will benefit most if the bill is signed into law.
Around a fifth of Americans said they had difficulty accessing care for serious illnesses during the pandemic, according to a new poll from NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. See the impact of these care disruptions on our interactive chart.
Pay disparities between men and women emerge early on in their careers, with men earning a median of 10% more than women in the first three years after graduating, Melissa Korn, Lauren Weber, and Andrea Fuller report for the Wall Street Journal.
A new Lyme disease vaccine from Pfizer and Valneva, which is entering late-stage trials, could become the first federally approved Lyme disease inoculation in 20 years, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Indiana, and New York.
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