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The U.S. Still Doesn’t Have Good COVID-19 Data. Here’s Why That’s a Problem

The U.S. Still Doesn’t Have Good COVID-19 Data. Here’s Why That’s a Problem

Check the COVID-19 Data Tracker from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and you’ll get a rundown of the la... »

Opinion: Lessons from Davos 2023 to help build healthier communities

Opinion: Lessons from Davos 2023 to help build healthier communities

Cooperation is essential to promote health and well-being, globally and locally, says Hackensack Meridian Health CEO Robert Garret... »

COVID-19 still an emergency but approaching ‘inflexion point,’ WHO says

COVID-19 still an emergency but approaching ‘inflexion point,’ WHO says

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he hopes 2023 will bring a “new phase in which we reduce hospitalizations and deat... »

WHO says Covid-19 remains a global health emergency, but pandemic is at a ‘transition point’

WHO says Covid-19 remains a global health emergency, but pandemic is at a ‘transition point’

Covid-19 remains a global health emergency, the World Health Organization said on Monday, but it acknowledged the pandemic is at a... »

The COVID-19 Pandemic Will Be Over When Americans Think It Is

The COVID-19 Pandemic Will Be Over When Americans Think It Is

When will the COVID-19 pandemic end in the U.S.? Is it over when the president says so, by scientific consensus, or when the publi... »

Does having a teen feel like living with a chimp? You may not be far off, study shows

Does having a teen feel like living with a chimp? You may not be far off, study shows

Being impulsive and engaging in risky behavior — does that describe your teen or an adolescent chimpanzee? Maybe both, accor... »

A baby spent 36 days at an in-network hospital. Why did her parents get a huge bill?

A baby spent 36 days at an in-network hospital. Why did her parents get a huge bill?

A family had more than $12,000 in medical bills they couldn’t explain after their baby was delivered early. It turns out the... »

Wegovy works. But here’s what happens if you can’t afford to keep taking the drug

Wegovy works. But here’s what happens if you can’t afford to keep taking the drug

The new weight-loss drugs can be life-changing for people facing health conditions worsened by obesity, but price and spotty insur... »

Cub Cadet Ride On Mower Review: Is It The Right Mower for You?

Cub Cadet Ride On Mower Review: Is It The Right Mower for You?

Maintaining a beautiful, healthy lawn is no easy feat. It takes time, effort, and most of all the right equipment. With so many op... »

What Is Care Act And What Are Its Benefits?

What Is Care Act And What Are Its Benefits?

The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, is a landmark piece of legislation that has provided healthcare coverage t... »

Understanding Metabolic Health And How To Manage It

Understanding Metabolic Health And How To Manage It

Metabolic health refers to how well your body’s metabolism is functioning. The metabolism is the process by which your body conver... »

Surgeon General says 13 is ‘too early’ to join social media

Surgeon General says 13 is ‘too early’ to join social media

US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says he believes 13 is too young for children to be on social media platforms, because although si... »

Live longer with these dishes from ‘blue zones’ in America

Live longer with these dishes from ‘blue zones’ in America

“Blue zones” are places around the world where people often live to be 100 or even older. One key to this longevity is... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

HHS Publishes Third Report in Series Aimed to Improve Support for Long COVID Patients

In response to the Biden administration’s issuance of the Presidential Memorandum on Addressing the Long-Term Effects of COVID-19,... »

LivLyme Foundation Launches New App That Tracks Long-Haul Disease Symptoms

LivLyme Foundation Launches New App That Tracks Long-Haul Disease Symptoms

Olivia Goodreau, Founder, LivLyme Foundation and creator of the LonghaulTracker app Olivia Goodreau, Founder of the LivLyme Founda... »

LivLyme Foundation Launches New App That Tracks Long-Haul Disease Symptoms

LivLyme Foundation Launches New App That Tracks Long-Haul Disease Symptoms

Olivia Goodreau, Founder, LivLyme Foundation and creator of the LonghaulTracker app Olivia Goodreau, Founder of the LivLyme Founda... »

Halloween Can Be a Scary Time for People With Dementia. Here’s How to Help

Halloween Can Be a Scary Time for People With Dementia. Here’s How to Help

Sudden creepy decorations and lots of knocks at the door from strangers can be frightening for someone living with dementia. »

Barriers Faced by Clinicians Who Care for Lyme Disease Patients

Barriers Faced by Clinicians Who Care for Lyme Disease Patients

Lorraine Johnson and Dr. Elizabeth Maloney published “Access to Care in Lyme Disease: Clinician Barriers to Providing Care” in Hea... »

Severe COVID: Study Finds Vaccines/Boosters not Associated

Severe COVID: Study Finds Vaccines/Boosters not Associated

The Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), (Kelley, JD, et al.) published “Incidence of Severe COVID-19 Illness Following... »