A new blood test might diagnose Alzheimer's—20 years before symptoms appear

An experimental blood test was as accurate at detecting Alzheimer's disease in patients as much more costly and invasive procedures, according to a new JAMA study—findings that could soon make diagnosing the disease easier, more affordable, and more available.

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America's coronavirus resurgence may be plateauing—at nearly 66,000 new cases per day

Trump administration officials recently said data indicates that America's resurgence in new coronavirus cases is leveling out—but public health experts warn there could be more spikes ahead.

Around the nation: Walgreens Boots Alliance CEO to step down

Walgreens Boots Alliance says its CEO, Stefano Pessina, "has decided to step down as CEO" but "will assume the role" of executive chair of the company's board of directors, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia and Illinois.

Why researchers are printing tiny organs to fight Covid-19

While researchers for a while have been experimenting with how 3-D bioprinting could help address a variety of diseases, such as diabetes and cancer, they are now exploring how it could help treat Covid-19 as well—namely, through the printing of "miniature organs," Ellen Rosen reports for the New York Times.