The 10 healthiest communities in America, according to US News

U.S. News & World Report recently released its 2020 Healthiest Communities Rankings, which list counties and county equivalents that score highly on 10 health-related criteria. See where your community ranked.

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Why Texas Medical Center doesn't call frontline workers 'heroes' (and what it says instead)

Calling frontline health care workers "heroes" is meant to celebrate them—but it can often minimize their lived experiences. Advisory Board's Sophia Duke-Mosier and Serena Bernthal-Jones spotlight how Texas Medical Center is instead amplifying the voices of its frontline staff, and how you can do the same.

Trump calls FDA's vaccine plan 'political,' says he 'may or may not' approve it

FDA is planning to issue stricter criteria for the agency to use to evaluate coronavirus vaccine candidates for emergency use authorizations, but President Trump on Wednesday said the White House "may or may not" approve the more robust guidelines and suggested that FDA's move was "political … more than anything else."

When colleges reopened, how many Covid-19 cases resulted? Here's what a new study found.

A new study published preprint on medRxiv examined whether the reopening of 1,400 U.S. colleges and universities affected rates of Covid-19 in the surrounding counties. Here's what it revealed about the disease's spread.

Around the nation: House passes short-term spending bill to avoid shutdown

The House of Representatives on Tuesday voted 359-57 to pass a short-term government funding bill to keep federal agencies running through Dec. 11, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania.