In a new survey, LinkedIn polled roughly 5,000 people to learn what they consider the biggest benefits of returning to in-person work. Here are their top reasons to consider returning to the workplace.
In 2019, there were more than 2.5 million reported cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis, according to data from CDC, marking the sixth-straight year of record-breaking numbers of sexually transmitted diseases in the United States.
A CDC safety panel on Wednesday said there's a "likely association" in adolescents and young adults between receiving mRNA Covid-19 vaccines and developing myocarditis—heart inflammation—and pericarditis—inflammation of the membrane around the heart. Officials emphasized, however, that the cases are rare and typically mild, and they said the benefits of the vaccines far outweigh the risks.
FDA on Tuesday released documents detailing the process behind its controversial approval of aducanumab, which will be sold under the brand name Aduhelm—the first Alzheimer's drug to receive FDA approval in nearly two decades.
A group of eight students at Indiana University on Monday filed a lawsuit to prevent the school from enforcing its requirement that students, faculty, and staff receive a Covid-19 vaccine or a religious or medical exemption before the fall semester, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Connecticut, the District of Columbia, and Indiana.
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