Millennials and Gen Zers are increasingly hesitant to get vaccinated against Covid-19, but officials say there's a way to reach young adults with public health messaging tailored to their concerns and questions.
For a new study in Nature Communications, researchers used survey data taken by nearly 8,000 adults over nearly 30 years to examine the link between poor sleep in middle age and the likelihood of developing dementia. Here's what they found.
A year ago, a number of predictions were being made about how the Covid-19 pandemic would affect the physician landscape in the United States. Looking back at those predictions, Advisory Board's Sarah Hostetter and Daniel Kuzmanovich talk with Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods about what has changed in the physician landscape over the past year and what hasn't.
Even as federal health regulators lifted an 11-day pause on the Covid-19 vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson, the rate of new vaccinations across the United States is declining for the first time since February.
Alaska and Florida are suing CDC for its decision to halt all cruise ships in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Alaska, Colorado, Florida, and South Carolina.
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