The number of people who have never been infected by the coronavirus is shrinking—and even people who believe they've never contracted the virus may well have had asymptomatic infections, Julie Wernau writes for the Wall Street Journal.
Apple last week released a report detailing how its products "are empowering people to be at the center of their health" through its two-pronged approach to health care, which includes offering tools that support users on their personal health journey and engaging with the traditional health care industry.
More than two years into the pandemic, hospitals and public health agencies are still struggling with widespread staffing shortages, impacting their ability to care for patients and respond to new Covid-19 surges.
While access to health insurance has long been considered a "great equalizer among patients," a new study published by NORC found that racial and ethnic identifiers are greater indicators of health than insurance status. See the key findings on our interactive charts.
The obesity rate in children and adolescents has increased to nearly 22%, according to data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, and New York.
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