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‘It Takes Time’: I.C.U. Workers Help Their Former Covid Patients Mend

The Coronavirus Outbreak liveLatest Updates Maps and Cases Risk Near You Who Can Get Vaccinated? Vaccine Rollout Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story ‘It Takes Time’: I.C.U. Workers Help Their Former Covid Patients Mend They survived serious cases of Covid-19, sometimes spending weeks on a ventilator, but not… Read More »

‘Recurrent miscarriage takes a terrible toll – it was only at 24 weeks, when I knew the pregnancy was viable, that I started to enjoy it’

An estimated one in four known pregnancies end in miscarriage. For up to 3pc of women, however, the devastating loss of a wanted baby is compounded by numerous subsequent losses, often unexplained. “It’s such a complex predicament, so deeply personal yet such a profound human experience,” says Dr Cathy Allen, consultant in charge of the… Read More »

“It Needs to Become Smarter”: Leaders Share Their Interoperability Vision (and Concerns)

Stanley Huff, MD, CMIO, Intermountain Healthcare It is possible for an event to propel an industry forward, helping it to achieve adoption rates thought to be impossible, while also showing just how far behind it is? Yes, when the event is the Covid-19 pandemic, and the industry is healthcare IT. Like many organizations, Intermountain Healthcare… Read More »

Michelle Obama on menopause: ‘It was like somebody put a furnace in my core’

(Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) On a new episode of The Michelle Obama Podcast, the former first lady opens up about her personal experience with menopause and aspects of women’s health. READ MORE: Michelle Obama releases playlist full of ‘#BlackGirlMagic,’ music inspired by podcast “You may want to put this on the speaker and blast… Read More »