The rundown on "deltacron," the "World's Most Ethical Companies" for 2022, and more.
How Covid-19 might end, using clues from influenza, HIV, and Zika (Monday, March 14)
As the pandemic stretches into its third year, Covid-19 restrictions are being lifted around the United States. But how will the pandemic officially end? Writing for the Associated Press, Mike Stobbe explains how three previous epidemics could offer some insight.
'Deltacron'—What it is, where it is, and whether experts are concerned. (Tuesday, March 15)
Health officials are closely monitoring a new hybrid coronavirus variant that contains elements of both the delta and omicron variants—but experts believe it is "probably not going to elevate to a variant of concern level."
Europe is experiencing a surge in Covid-19 cases. Is America next? (Wednesday, March 16)
As European countries continue to drop pandemic restrictions, many are now seeing increases in new Covid-19 cases, sparking concerns about whether a new wave may be coming—and whether the United States could see a similar trend in the coming weeks.
The 9 health systems among 'The World's Most Ethical Companies' for 2022 (Thursday, March 17)
The Ethisphere Institute on Tuesday released its 16th annual list of the "World's Most Ethical Companies," which included nine health systems "for their unwavering commitment to business integrity," as well as several other health care companies.
Why travel nursing will likely outlast the pandemic (Friday, March 18)
Amid staffing shortages and rising hospitalization rates during the pandemic, many hospitals have relied on travel nurses to keep up with patient volumes—and while this practice is straining many hospitals' budgets, it's a trend experts believe will last beyond Covid-19.