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Anal Cancer On The Rise In US, Especially In Women

The incidence of anal cancer (AC), grew in the U.S. from 2001 to 2016, particularly in women ages 50 and up, researchers reported.

All Intensivists Are Not Created Equal

I’d like to preface this story by saying that the majority of the intensivists I have worked with have been exceptional, caring, and professional. We had all established a good camaraderie, and we had mutual respect for each other. We worked well together.

Sewage Testing Shows A Country Flush With Coronavirus Cases

When Rosa Inchausti and her colleagues started testing wastewater in Tempe, Arizona, it was 2018 and they were not looking for coronavirus. They were tracking the opioid epidemic.

“We’re In Hard Times Right Now.” Meet The Nursing Students Turning To OnlyFans To Get By.

“At the end of the day, nobody is paying my rent for me, nobody’s gonna pay my car insurance, my phone bill, my cat food. Nothing.”

Hospitals In Nearly Every Region Report A Flood Of Covid-19 Patients

Hospitals in many regions of the country — the Upper Midwest, the Mountain West, the Southwest and the heart of Appalachia — are seeing record levels of patients suffering from covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

Chasing Herd Immunity Is 'Futile & Immoral', Sweden's State Epidemiologist Warns Despite His Country’s No-Lockdown Policy

Anders Tegnell said the disease could be been fully halted by herd immunity. Sweden at 'critical juncture' after number of daily cases rose by 70 per cent week. Comes after the European nation this month took its first step towards regional.

Sleepless Nights, Hair Loss & Cracked Teeth: Pandemic Stress Takes Its Toll

In late March, shortly after New York state closed nonessential businesses and asked people to stay home, Ashley Laderer began waking each morning with a throbbing headache.

The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Caused Nearly 300,000 More Deaths Than Expected In A Typical Year

The coronavirus pandemic has left about 299,000 more people dead in the United States than would be expected in a typical year, two-thirds of them from covid-19 and the rest from other causes, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday.