The states seeing high flu activity, the new dominant Covid-19 strains in the United States, and more.
There are new dominant Covid-19 strains in the US (Monday, November 28)
Monkeypox cases in women and non-binary people may be getting misdiagnosed as sexually transmitted infections, daily Covid-19 hospital admissions are expected to increase for the first time since July, and more in last week's roundup of monkeypox and Covid-19 news.
35 states are reporting 'high' or 'very high' flu activity (Tuesday, November 29)
Thirty-five states and regions are reporting either "high" or "very high" activity of influenza-like illnesses, according to CDC's Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance Report, as flu cases continue to surge throughout the country. See the flu season so far, charted.
What you need to know about the biggest disruptors in health care (Wednesday, November 30)
Competition continues to grow in health care delivery as more and more out-of-industry players enter the arena. The Radio Advisory podcast team took a deeper look at some of the disruptors poised to make significant changes in the health care world and ways leaders can respond.
'30 Under 30' rising stars in health care, according to Forbes (Thursday, December 1)
Forbes on Tuesday released its annual "30 Under 30 in Healthcare" list, which includes entrepreneurs and scientists under the age of 30 who are "working to expand access to care and to treat and cure disease."
Virus roundup: Covid-19 hospitalizations increase in 32 states (Friday, December 2)
FDA has paused emergency use authorization for Eli Lilly's monoclonal antibody treatment, bebtelovimab, the Biden administration is considering ending the monkeypox public health emergency, and more in last week's roundup of monkeypox and Covid-19 news.
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