Deliberation is an essential skill for any leader, but it can easily devolve from "helpful contemplation" to "overthinking." Writing for the Harvard Business Review, executive coach Melody Wilding shares five strategies to "stop the cycle of thinking too much and drive towards better, faster decisions."
Although nursing homes have made substantial progress against Covid-19 since the vaccination rollout began, the facilities are still routinely experiencing small outbreaks of the coronavirus—driven in large part by unvaccinated staff members, Susan Haigh writes for the Associated Press.
President Joe Biden's administration on Thursday announced it will donate 25 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to other nations—but some critics argued the move was insufficient to stem the tide of the coronavirus worldwide.
Researchers shed light on "summer SAD," the little-known, warm-weather counterpart to seasonal affective disorder; Covid-19 spurs spike in students pursuing careers in public health crisis communication; and more.
FDA in a tweet Wednesday warned that people allergic to seafood should not eat cicadas, as they "share a family relation to shrimp and lobsters," in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Indiana, and New Mexico.
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