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Colorado moves toward statewide coverage of wastewater surveillance

Colorado moves toward statewide coverage of wastewater surveillance

AI model uses electronic health records to identify people at high risk for pancreatic cancer

AI model uses electronic health records to identify people at high risk for pancreatic cancer

Feinberg students trained in a two-week emergency preparedness course

Feinberg students trained in a two-week emergency preparedness course

Black and Hispanic individuals less likely to receive bystander CPR for a cardiac arrest

Black and Hispanic individuals less likely to receive bystander CPR for a cardiac arrest

Study: Almost half of over-35s not confident in recognizing cardiac risk during exercise

Study: Almost half of over-35s not confident in recognizing cardiac risk during exercise

ESC Acute CardioVascular Care 2022 to focus on management of cardiac emergencies

ESC Acute CardioVascular Care 2022 to focus on management of cardiac emergencies

The stress of restaurant work is reaching a boiling point. Could a staff therapist help?

The stress of restaurant work is reaching a boiling point. Could a staff therapist help?

Experts issue new CPR guidance addressing highly contagious variants of SARS-CoV-2

Experts issue new CPR guidance addressing highly contagious variants of SARS-CoV-2

Flu vaccines can be lifesaving for children, study shows

Flu vaccines can be lifesaving for children, study shows

Therapeutic in vivo synthetic chemistry used to make anticancer drugs

Therapeutic in vivo synthetic chemistry used to make anticancer drugs

A new paradigm is needed: Top experts question the value of advance care planning

A new paradigm is needed: Top experts question the value of advance care planning

New insights into how tiny bacteria from the environment have adapted to live inside humans

New insights into how tiny bacteria from the environment have adapted to live inside humans

As hospitals fill up, paramedics spend more time moving patients, less on emergencies

As hospitals fill up, paramedics spend more time moving patients, less on emergencies

Colorado hospitals in ‘critical condition’ as state weathers another surge

Colorado hospitals in ‘critical condition’ as state weathers another surge

Study finds fewer psychological symptoms among cardiac arrest survivors practicing mindfulness

Study finds fewer psychological symptoms among cardiac arrest survivors practicing mindfulness

Earlier epinephrine administration associated with better recovery after cardiac arrest

Earlier epinephrine administration associated with better recovery after cardiac arrest

Can COVID-19 spread through water while swimming?

Can COVID-19 spread through water while swimming?

The ‘burn scars’ of wildfires threaten the West’s drinking water

The ‘burn scars’ of wildfires threaten the West’s drinking water

'Do not resuscitate' decision recorded for only 1 in 5 very sick older patients, study finds

'Do not resuscitate' decision recorded for only 1 in 5 very sick older patients, study finds

Rescue breathing CPR for pediatric cardiac arrest has superior outcomes, analysis shows

Rescue breathing CPR for pediatric cardiac arrest has superior outcomes, analysis shows