The Trump administration rescinded the guidance, which would have revoked foreign students' visas if they took only online classes during the upcoming school year, after 17 states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit aiming to block the policy, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York.
After months of trial by fire, providers are reporting that they've identified ways to reduce death and injury among Covid-19 patients. Here are the treatments many providers rely on—and some that are still up for debate.
New data from an early-stage clinical trial on Moderna's coronavirus vaccine candidate shows the vaccine appears to be safe and generates antibodies that could potentially neutralize the virus. Here's what will come next in the vaccine's trials.
Despite long-held concerns regarding fax machines' use in U.S. health care, they continue to play a dominant role. Now, public health officials say the machines are hindering America's response to its coronavirus epidemic, Sarah Kliff and Margot Sanger-Katz write for the New York Times' "The Upshot."
The federal government may soon lower its recommendation for how much alcohol Americans can safely consume, as experts increasingly question whether "moderate" drinking truly brings health benefits, the New York Times' Anahad O'Connor reports.
About 5.4 million Americans became uninsured between February and May because of job losses—and the number of Americans who lose their employer-sponsored health plans could reach 10 million by the end of this year, according to new research.