Much of medicine has been transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past two and a half years, and medical school is no exception. The 181 students who graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine today have seen their learning and training profoundly altered by the health crisis, and they enter residency in a medical landscape still dealing with the pandemic and its aftermath.
May 27, 2022 OSWEGO COUNTY – The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last week approved booster shots for children aged 5 to 11 years due to the ongoing presence of COVID-19 cases in communities across… Read More »Oswego County Health Department Now Offers Pediatric Booster Doses
Health Sciences North reports 25 COVID cases in the hospital and four cases in intensive care Public Health Sudbury and Districts (PHSD) has reported there is one new COVID-related death in the city. There have been two deaths this week from the disease. PHSD said… Read More »Public Health Sudbury reports region’s 150th COVID-19 death
Getting tested for an infection with SARS-CoV-2, or the coronavirus, is an important way to help reduce transmission of the virus. If you prefer to get tested in the comfort and convenience of your own home instead of going out to get a PCR test,… Read More »Flowflex COVID-19 Antigen Test Review 2022
Recent suicides show mental health issues can strike anyone, anytime – SIU expert offers helpful information during Mental Health Awareness Month
May 27, 2022 Recent suicides show mental health issues can strike anyone, anytime – SIU expert offers helpful information during Mental Health Awareness Month by Christi Mathis CARBONDALE, Ill. – Even those who seem to have it all – including star athletes and celebrities –… Read More »Recent suicides show mental health issues can strike anyone, anytime – SIU expert offers helpful information during Mental Health Awareness Month
UPMC’s Financial Results for Q1 2022 Mirror Current Healthcare Environment While UPMC Remains Well-Positioned to Reinvest in Patient Care and Community Services.
5/27/2022 PITTSBURGH, May 26, 2022 – UPMC today released its financial results for the first quarter of Calendar Year 2022. Despite the peri-pandemic challenges impacting health care providers nationwide, including UPMC, Western Pennsylvania’s leading provider-insurer remains strongly positioned to continue expanding access to world-class patient… Read More »UPMC’s Financial Results for Q1 2022 Mirror Current Healthcare Environment While UPMC Remains Well-Positioned to Reinvest in Patient Care and Community Services.
UP Health System – Marquette is proud to welcome two new leaders to its executive leadership team – Ashraf Ali, MBA, CPPS, who began as Associate Administrator in February 2022, and Henrietta Skeens, CPA, who joined in May 2022 as Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO).… Read More »UP Health System Makes Administrative Staffing Changes
In 1981, the little understood human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) began spreading in widening pockets across the globe, particularly among gay men and intravenous drug users. Eventually, more than 36 million people were killed by the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), resulting from HIV. The AIDS epidemic… Read More »Monkeypox Outbreak Perpetuates Harmful Stigma Toward LGBTQ + Community
We are in the midst of a mental health crisis, and the way we talk about it may be hurting more than helping. Most articles, scholarly works, and books about mental health reference the ever-present stigma around discussing or seeking mental health or substance use… Read More »Changing the conversation about mental health
By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay) FRIDAY, May 27, 2022 (HealthDay News) – Researchers are another step closer to bringing heart patients a temporary “smart” pacemaker that simply dissolves once it’s no longer needed. Pacemakers are devices that are implanted to help control certain abnormal… Read More »High-Tech Pacemaker Reads Body Signals, Dissolves After Use | Health News