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For about five months, my family's SARS lockdown was similar to your family's covid experience: Fear was ever-present.
Did the governor intentionally fudge nursing home death counts to deflect attention from the impact of an ill-advised directive?
Similar legislation has been introduced in a dozen of states, according to the National Right to Life Committee.
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Some have praised the job Adam Meier did in Kentucky, including his spearheading of a program that would have created work requirements in the state's Medicaid program.
Many Black Americans look to their religious leaders for guidance on a wide range of issues — not just spiritual ones.
Paloma Marin-Nevarez, MD, graduated from the Stanford University medical school in June, right before the virus began its second major surge.
Shifting to an age-based priority system has frustrated people with health conditions such as cancer or diabetes who thought they would be next in line.
A digital ad running in Georgia and New Hampshire says Xavier Becerra, President Joe Biden's nominee for HHS secretary, supports 'Medicare for All.'
There could hardly be a better time to beef up mental health coverage, as we approach the anniversary of a pandemic that's been tied to an increase in depression, anxiety, substance use and suicidal thoughts.