Fourteen percent of patients who experience a severe case of Covid-19 have developed new-onset diabetes, according to a new analysis—and some of their cases don't fit cleanly into the well-known Type 1 and Type 2 categories of the disease. Here's what researchers know, and don't know, so far.
With two Covid-19 vaccines available in the United States—and another three major vaccine candidates potentially nearing FDA review—Americans may soon be tempted to pick and choose which vaccine they get. But that mindset might be misguided, according to public health experts.
Biden administration officials on Tuesday announced new measures aimed at accelerating America's Covid-19 vaccine rollout, including that the federal government will start shipping about one million vaccine doses per week directly to thousands of retail pharmacies throughout the United States.
A pair of studies that together examined millions of GoFundMe campaigns show "just … how bad the situation is" when it comes to people not being able to afford medical care, according to one study author. See how Americans are using GoFundMe for medical bills, charted.
Oakland International Airport is the first airport in the country to offer at-home coronavirus tests from a vending machine. People can purchase the $150 saliva-sample tests from machines in each terminal in the airport, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, Florida, and Oklahoma.
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