While older workforce generations are generally against sharing information about their specific earnings and bonuses, America's youngest workers believe that pay transparency could lead to better equity in pay, according to the latest edition of LinkedIn's Workforce Confidence survey.
Marburg virus, a rare but serious infectious disease, was recently detected in the West African country of Ghana for the first time, and the World Health Organization has been quick to act against the outbreak since "without immediate and decisive action, Marburg can easily get out of hand," according to WHO's regional director for Africa.
As the United States faces a rising number of Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations from the omicron subvariant BA.5, some are wondering if it's better to get a booster now or wait for reformulated vaccines in the fall, Sam Whitehead and Arthur Allen write for Kaiser Health News.
For young people ages 15 to 39, alcohol consumption poses significant health risks—and comes without any health benefits, according to the Global Burden of Diseases study, an ongoing research project based at the University of Washington.
Americans experiencing a mental health crisis can now call or text 988 to connect with a trained mental health professional on the new "Suicide & Crisis Lifeline," in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Illinois, and New Jersey.
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