After suffering a case of the flu that had reached her brain and caused blindness, Jade DeLucia, 4, has fully recovered and can see again, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Illinois, Iowa, and Michigan.
The number of U.S. cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, surpassed 1,000 on Tuesday, and local and state officials throughout the country are ramping up measures intended to curb the virus' spread. See which states have reported cases on our interactive map.
As cases of the new coronavirus increase in the United States, a relentless news cycle and false information are spiking fears, leading people to take extreme measures to regain a sense of control over their health. Health experts explain how you can help calm yourself down.
As the new coronavirus spreads in the United States, health care providers are treating a growing number of cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Here's what providers in China, the United Kingdom, and Italy have learned from their experience treating the disease.
When a drug trial is cancelled, the news often crushes participants—especially if they hear the information from the media before the researchers get a chance to debrief them. With a focus on Alzheimer's drug trial cancellations, a new editorial in JAMA Neurology outlines how researchers can better navigate these situations, Paula Span writes for the New York Times.
As the number of cases of the new coronavirus in the United States grows, more companies are encouraging employees to telework. But is health care ready? Advisory Board’s Micha’le Simmons explains why health systems should take action now to re-think their telework policies.
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