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January 17, 2023

Weekly review: Is another COVID surge coming? 'Almost certainly.'

Daily Briefing

    The best jobs in healthcare for 2023, how managers and employees view remote work, and more.

    How managers and employees view remote work, charted (Monday, January 9)

    Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Nicholas Bloom, Jose Maria Barrero, Steven Davis, Brent Meyer, and Emil Mihaylov outline survey findings that identify the key differences between managers' and employees' perspectives on remote work. See the key differences in our interactive chart.

    Is another COVID surge coming? 'Almost certainly.' (Tuesday, January 10)

    While CDC lowered its projections of XBB.1.5's prevalence in the United States, experts say the subvariant is so "crazy infectious" that "everyone in the country is at risk for infection now."

    Does being hospitalized with an infection increase your risk of dementia? What a new study suggests. (Wednesday, January 11)

    Patients who experienced a hospitalization with infection had a higher risk of a subsequent dementia diagnosis years later compared to those who had not, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open.

    The best jobs in healthcare in 2023, according to US News (Thursday, January 12)

    U.S. News & World Report last week released its annual list of the "Best Health Care Jobs" in 2023, with nurse practitioners topping the list.

    Inside the controversy around gas stoves (Friday, January 13)

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced it is evaluating the "hidden hazard" of gas stoves, signaling the potential for an appliance ban—but following backlash, the commission recently clarified its intentions.




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