The White House says that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was “unable to find legal authority for a new, targeted eviction moratorium."
White House says CDC was ‘unable’ to find authority to revive expired eviction moratorium, calls on states to act
White House says CDC was 'unable' to find authority to revive expired eviction moratorium, calls on states to act
The app in England and Wales will now only alert contacts from the previous two days in asymptomatic cases.
Evolutionary biologist turned podcaster Bret Weinstein has promoted the anthelmintic drug ivermectin as a highly effective treatment for COVID-19 based on a massive misunderstanding of a meta-analysis. Here, we correct this misunderstanding and explain why ivermectin is unlikely to be
Moderate exercise plus cutting 250 calories daily may improve vascular health in older adults with obesity
Cutting just 250 calories a day with moderate exercise reaped bigger rewards than exercise alone for older, obese adults.
Customized, biomedically applicable materials based on tropoelastin are being developed in a joint project by Skinomics GmbH from Halle, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and the Fraunhofer Institute for Microstructure of Materials and Systems IMWS.
Intensified job demands create serious risks to the wellbeing of employees. In healthcare, employee wellbeing is also reflected in patient satisfaction. Under a heavy workload, even positive challenges such as learning new things are experienced as increased stress.
Oncotarget published "Human papilloma virus circulating tumor DNA assay predicts treatment response in recurrent/metastatic head and neck squamous cell carcinoma" which reported that despite the rising incidence of human papillomavirus related oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma, treatment of metastatic disease remains
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women and surgery is a primary treatment for these women. Among women receiving surgery, up to 13% will have a post-operative visit to an emergency department, according to recent research.
Research highlights the need to increase mental health, chemical dependency care at U.S. cancer centers
New research in the July 2021 issue of JNCCN-Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network indicates a need to increase substance use and mental health support capabilities at cancer centers across the United States.
The message from Big Bend Regional Medical Center was stark: The only hospital in a sparsely populated region of far West Texas notified local physicians last month that because of a nursing shortage its labor and delivery unit needed to
In May, Vincent Keenan traveled from Chicago to Charlottesville, Virginia, for a wedding — his first trip out of town since the start of the pandemic. “Hi there!” he called out to customers at a gas station where he’d stopped on
It was a Sunday morning in late November when Bryan Keller hopped on a bike for a routine ride to pick up his groceries, cruising with ease in a relatively empty New York City. The surprises came fast and hard: a