U.S. Hospitals Will Lose $323 Billion in 2020 – Before Accounting for Growing COVID Cases

U.S. health systems are projected to lose $ 323 billion in 2020 due to declining inpatient and outpatient volumes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the “normal” hospital business. Hospitals racked up over $ 200 bn in losses between March and June 2020. according to the American Hospital Association’s report, Hospitals and Health Systems… Read More »

W. Kamau Bell, Pastor McBride provide PPE to Black communities through Mask for the People

In this April 28, 2020, file photo, nurse practitioner talks to a patient and holds her hand while a doctor administers an IV at Roseland Community Hospital in Chicago. (Ashlee Rezin Garcia/Chicago Sun-Times via AP, File) The system of racism and white supremacy continues to bear a heavy burden on African American communities throughout the… Read More »

Does deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s increase risk of dementia?

There’s good news for people with Parkinson’s disease. A new study shows that deep brain stimulation may not increase the risk of developing dementia. The study is published in the July 1, 2020, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. For people with advanced Parkinson’s disease, deep brain stimulation… Read More »

What is diabetes gcse

Tips: Use the labels on the axes to help you describe the relationship between the data in the graphs. There is a correlation between rising levels of body mass in the general population and increasing levels of type 2 diabetes. The graph shows a range of data from to They can help to control their… Read More »

Less Than Half Of Americans Say They Will Eat At Restaurants Within A Month Of The Coronavirus Curve Flattening

TOPLINE The restaurant industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and there has been hope that as states reopen, people will return to restaurants—but a recent poll indicates that 60% of Americans won’t be comfortable going to restaurants within a month of the coronavirus infection rate flattening.  People eating outside in New York… Read More »