In a year of pressing health care stories, Rachel Woods, host of Radio Advisory and seasoned researcher at Advisory Board, spent time each week talking with industry experts to break down the latest health care issues and offer recommendations on what to do next. Here are the 10 most popular Radio Advisory episodes from 2021.
Experts say the coronavirus is likely to continue mutating, leading to additional new variants. So, will annual booster shots of Covid-19 vaccines be necessary? Some experts say they might be, but others think it's too soon to tell.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday partially reversed a previous court ruling that had stopped CMS' mandate requiring workers in most health care settings to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 nationwide. Now, the mandate is applicable in 26 states.
Although the omicron variant may be able to evade some vaccine-induced antibodies, immunologists and other experts say people who are vaccinated against Covid-19 are likely to be protected against severe disease and death due to other aspects of the immune system, such as T cells.
A new once-a-day eye drop treatment can help people see up close without affecting their long-distance vision, making it a potential alternative to reading glasses for millions of people, Melinda Wenner Moyer reports for the New York Times.
Cornell University shut down its campus and moved to its highest alert level after officials detected signs of the omicron variant in positive student samples, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Missouri, and New York.
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