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Health secretary at start of pandemic tells Covid inquiry he was not included in conversations about Rishi Sunak’s schemeHancock is now deploying the defence previewed in the Observer on Sunday. … more
Laughter remains the great equalizer, in good times and bad, the Luxor headliner says: “I hear that first laugh and I know it’s all going to be OK.” more
Black women in the US are three to four times more likely to die during pregnancy than any other race. Sponsored by Providence Swedish. more
Knowledge and compassion are the cornerstones of their treatment. Sponsored by Providence Swedish. more
98% of the people ACRS serves are low-income. Sponsored by Providence Swedish. more
Latinos are the second largest ethnicity in Washington State. Sponsored by Providence Swedish. more
Layoffs and other expense reductions globally, including in Groton, Connecticut, are expected to save Pfizer $3.5 billion by the end of 2024. more
By FARNOUSH AMIRI (Associated Press) WASHINGTON (AP) — Anthony Fauci, former chief White House medical adviser, is expected to testify before Congress early next year as part of Republicans’ … more
Covid-19 hospitalizations, which had been dropping, have started to nudge back up again. Last week, more than 18,000 Americans were hospitalized with Covid-19, about a 10% increase over the week … more
Philadelphia Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro's commitment to living healthy is partly driven by the deaths of his parents, experiences that made him cherish his life. The 58-year-old schedules regular … more
In high school, Alana Douglas was told she would eventually be deaf.          more
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A new report from the Monroe County Medical Examiner shows there has been an increase in fatal drug overdoses in Monroe County. According to the report, over 400 people … more
State and federal regulations require patient-appropriate discharges, but the largest fine in the last few years for an improper discharge was $1,500. more
Looking for a job in the health-tech sector? Ireland has many companies from start-ups to multinationals hiring in the space. Read more: 15 companies hiring in the Irish health-tech industry more
Former British health secretary Matt Hancock is defending his record at the U.K.’s COVID-19 inquiry, contesting widespread accusations of incompetence in leading the response to the biggest … more
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Prof Paul Ross discusses exciting microbiome research, the importance of hiring good people and the challenge of bringing results from lab to life. Read more: Exploring Prof Paul Ross’ ‘dual … more
More than a year has passed since Gainesville’s city auditor resigned and the search for a long-term replacement could end soon. Gainesville City Commission completed interviews Nov. 28 for three … more
Open enrollment for 2024 health plans is underway in Connecticut. Residents can sign up for health coverage on the state’s Affordable Care Act Exchange through Jan. 15. For the enrollment period … more
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