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Let’s Not Become A Nation Of Physician-Robots

My 5-year-old proudly told me during lunch, “Did you know animals don’t cry?” When she told me this, I had to think about it and then immediately Google this. Having small kids teaches you many random facts, including that sharks don’t blink because they don’t have eyelids.

Calling Omicron ‘Mild’ Is Wishful Thinking

We are far past the point of hoping that this variant will spare us. For weeks, the watchword on Omicron in much of America has been some form of phew.

What Do We Know About The 'IHU' Variant?

A new coronavirus variant has been making headlines, but researchers say it's nothing to be concerned about at the moment -- and may never be.

I'm An ICU Doctor In Rural Ohio. This Is The Horror I Face Every Day Due To COVID-19.

“Coming back tomorrow?” I heard one bedside ICU nurse ask another. “Absolutely not. I’m off. You couldn’t pay me enough to get me here tomorrow.”

Groomers At PetSmart Have More Autonomy Than Physicians

I had a bit of a revelation recently when I brought my dog in for grooming. Some background: My dog is ten years old and has a double coat from hell (although very pretty). She also had a spinal cord injury in November 2019 and has residual weakness in her back legs, so she has trouble standing for long periods.

The Covid Generation: How Is The Pandemic Affecting Kids’ Brains?

Like many paediatricians, Dani Dumitriu braced herself for the impact of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus when it first surged in her wards. She was relieved when most newborn babies at her hospital who had been exposed to COVID-19 seemed to do just fine.

How To Tell Whether You're Stressed Or Depressed

Stress and depression can look and feel very similar to each other. Some of the common symptoms for both include issues with sleeping, eating, concentration, and mood, as well as difficulties performing daily tasks.

Should Teen Boys Get Boosted?

Last week in the United States, more than 1 million COVID-19 cases were reported in a single day, schools resorted to virtual instruction, and COVID outbreaks among staff left hospitals struggling to attend to their ever-growing number of COVID patients.

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