COVID-19 hospitalizations increase across the Kansas City metro because of lower testing and vaccine hesitancy.
Two Kansas City-area hospitals made the 2021 Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals list, highlighting the nation’s top-performing hospitals.
Declining Covid-19 cases and expanding vaccination efforts offer a glimmer of hope for the industry's comeback, but restaurants hoping to win over new patrons should keep safety top of mind.
Combatting the coronavirus pandemic has been Job 1 for the Biden administration's first 100 days. Here's a quick look back at cases, deaths and vaccinations over that time.
Data from a Boston hospital showed that Latino patients who did not speak English well had a 35% greater risk of death from COVID-19. The hospital has added interpretation capacity.
For more than a year, people couldn't sit with loved ones as they died in hospitals. Those lonely deaths took a toll on families. Now some doctors are questioning whether the rules were too strict.
About double the respondents in the 2020 McKinsey survey said their companies are focusing on interpersonal and empathy skills compared to 2019.
When the first guidelines on how to have safe COVID sex were released in June of 2020, the advice was pretty damn clear: “You are your safest sex partner.” Many of us laughed, many of us cried, but most of us hoped the pandemic (and therefore our dry spell) would be over and done with by the end of the summer. That, um, didn't happen. Over a year into quarantine with COVID-19 still prevalent in the U.S., a new sex-free reality has settled in for many. And while some are undoubtedly still dating...
All the press and politicians want to talk about when it comes to COVID-19 are numbers: cases, deaths and vaccinations. Nowhere in the discussion is the effect it is having on our young people, particularly those in their teens and early 20s, who are venturing into the adult world. This
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HALLE, Belgium (AP) — There is no stopping flowers when they bloom, blossoms when they burst. Unfortunately, people have been stopped from enjoying them these days. In pandemic times, when so much goes against the grain, some beauties of nature are no longer embraced but kept at bay. From Japan's cherry blossom trees, to the endless Keukenhof tulip fields in the Netherlands, to the riot of purple bluebells in the Hallerbos south of Brussels, everything looks its best this spring when...