With just 16% of Americans vaccinated as of last week, "an untold number of households now find themselves divided, with one partner, spouse, parent, or adult child vaccinated and others waiting … for their number to come up," Sarah Maslin Nir writes for the New York Times. Here's how those households are navigating the divide.
Researchers were able to plant, and later help remove, false memories, according to a small new study—findings that the researchers said could provide insight on how to address misremembered recollections in other contexts, Brianna Abbott writes for the Wall Street Journal.
With the end of the current public health emergency declaration coming this month, insurers around the country are considering rolling back waivers they instituted last year suspending cost-sharing for coronavirus-related care—although Covid-19 testing and vaccination remain no-cost under federal law.
Coronavirus cases are rising yet again across the United States, but leading health experts are sharply divided over what to expect next. Here's why some experts argue America is "just at the beginning of this surge"—while others say they don't expect a "true fourth wave."
President Biden in a $2.25 trillion infrastructure proposal unveiled Wednesday called on Congress to expand access to long-term care services under Medicaid and improve Veterans Affairs medical facilities, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Texas.
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