AP PHOTOS: Madrid hospital staff learn to cope with virus
A voice shouts “Red Alert!” from the end of the corridor. An ambulance has just delivered the latest resident of an elderly care home in the Spanish capital. He's in a critical...
4 hours ago - ABC News
Pediatric Patients Brought by Emergency Medical Services to the Emergency Department: An Analysis From the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey
Background/Objective To describe the epidemiology of emergency department visits by pediatric patients transported from the out-of-hospital setting by emergency medical...
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Covid: Asthma patients refused vaccine by some GPs
Some are not being prioritised if they haven't been to hospital recently for the condition.
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The Pandemic's Future Hangs in Suspense
COVID-19 cases dropped about 5 percent this week, while testing rose 12 percent as backlogs in reported tests-always a little slower to recover than reported cases-rolled in...
10 hours ago - The Atlantic
Young woman stabbed by masked stranger in Huntingdale
The 22-year-old woman is being treated in Royal Perth Hospital. Her injuries are not life threatening.
13 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Digital health solution helps reduce key symptoms of chronic pain
For the first time, an app has been shown to reduce key symptoms of chronic pain. A UHN-led study evaluated the impact of Manage My Pain , a digital health solution developed...
13 hours ago - News Medical
I Avoided Facing My Mental Illness for Decades. The Pandemic Changed That
“I didn't leave my apartment for days, weeks. Time became meaningless.” “I was struggling with almost every aspect of my life.” ide class="right-rail container right-rail...
13 hours ago - Time
Pregnant Asylum-Seekers Needed Help at the Border. Inside the Program That Provided Care-and Community
X iomara was already having labor pains when she presented herself to U.S. Border Patrol officials to make a claim for asylum. She had fled gang violence in El Salvador six...
13 hours ago - Time
Minnesota Nursing Board Drops Investigation of Fired Nurse
The Minnesota Nursing Board has dropped its investigation of Cliff Willmeng, RN, the Minneapolis nurse and former union steward fired early in the pandemic for wearing...
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Respiratory symptoms persist 6 months after hospitalization for COVID-19: Survey
A survey of patients following hospitalization for COVID-19 revealed residual shortness of breath, fatigue and other changes in daily living activities in the 6 months after...
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Covid-19: Gloucestershire neighbourhood has only vaccinated 20% of over-65s
EXCLUSIVE: Figures from NHS England going up to February 28 show 93.6 per cent of all adults over the age of 65 have been given at least one dose of a vaccine, but rates vary...
Identification of neutralizing IFNL3 autoantibodies in severe COVID-19 cases
Scientists have recently developed a novel alternative molecular display technology called Molecular Indexing of Proteins by Self Assembly. Their research explains how this...
Pope Francis arrives in Baghdad for ‘emblematic' but risky Iraq tour
The Pope landed in Baghdad on Friday for his most risky foreign trip since his election in 2012, saying he felt duty-bound to make the “emblematic” visit.
Primary Care Clinicians Neglect Hearing Loss, Survey Finds
A single-question screener may be an efficient way to increase hearing evaluations, doctors suggest. Medscape Medical News
Fired-up Force send Waratahs crashing to another low
The Waratahs became the first team to lose to the Force since they returned to Super Rugby. It's the first time the Force have won a Super Rugby match in 1329 days.
Pubs are only dangerous to old and fat people, covid expert says
Professor Robert Dingwall, from Nottingham Trent University, said the risk in pubs was 'heavily age loaded' and focused on 'specific groups where one can think about specific...
ANOTHER Covid variant is found in the UK
The new variant, temporarily named B1.1.318, was first detected on February 15 through genomic sequencing and UK officials began monitoring its spread on February 24.
US obesity crisis to blame for it having one of the world's worst Covid...
So far 518,500 Americans have died from Covid, the highest death toll of any nation and double the number of victims in second worst-hit Brazil. Almost 70% of adults in the US...
Coronavirus: UK will have to 'live with a substantial degree of death' in...
Professor Andrew Hayward, an infectious disease expert at University College London and member of SAGE, told Times Radio: 'We've been through the worst of this'.
Covid-19: Ministers urged to give NHS 'heroes' better pay rise
Unions call a proposed 1% increase a "kick in the teeth" after Covid, but ministers say money is tight.