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In fast-moving pandemic, health officials try to change minds at warp speed

In fast-moving pandemic, health officials try to change minds at warp speed

Research explores the cost-effectiveness of Sweden's national vaccination programs

Research explores the cost-effectiveness of Sweden's national vaccination programs

As the terror of COVID struck, health care workers struggled to survive. Thousands lost the fight.

As the terror of COVID struck, health care workers struggled to survive. Thousands lost the fight.

More than 2,900 health care workers died this year — and the government barely kept track

More than 2,900 health care workers died this year — and the government barely kept track

Pregnant women in third trimester unlikely to pass SARS-CoV-2 infection to newborns

Pregnant women in third trimester unlikely to pass SARS-CoV-2 infection to newborns

Study examines how obesity affected postpartum hemorrhage outcomes at a tertiary care center

Study examines how obesity affected postpartum hemorrhage outcomes at a tertiary care center

Pandemic-related paid sick days and leave to expire Dec. 31 — with no extension in sight

Pandemic-related paid sick days and leave to expire Dec. 31 — with no extension in sight

Researchers identify neurons that regulate nausea-like responses in mice

Researchers identify neurons that regulate nausea-like responses in mice

Study: Most pregnant patients who tested positive for coronavirus were asymptomatic

Study: Most pregnant patients who tested positive for coronavirus were asymptomatic

Innovations to fix our food systems could have unintended consequences

Innovations to fix our food systems could have unintended consequences

Researchers develop new serological assay for detection of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

Researchers develop new serological assay for detection of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

Breast cancer survivors less likely to get pregnant than the general population

Breast cancer survivors less likely to get pregnant than the general population

Head injuries and long sleep deprivation can affect neurogenerative processes

Head injuries and long sleep deprivation can affect neurogenerative processes

First time mothers and their infants could benefit from induction of labor at 41 weeks

First time mothers and their infants could benefit from induction of labor at 41 weeks

Nurses and direct care workers may contribute to COVID-19 spread

Nurses and direct care workers may contribute to COVID-19 spread

Study investigates the possibilities to increase official retirement age

Study investigates the possibilities to increase official retirement age

Study finds no significant change in preterm or stillbirth rates during COVID-19 pandemic

Study finds no significant change in preterm or stillbirth rates during COVID-19 pandemic

Black and Hispanic populations are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, shows study

Black and Hispanic populations are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, shows study

Study finds no job displacement effects of hiring in foreign-educated nurses

Study finds no job displacement effects of hiring in foreign-educated nurses

Women with COVID-19 more likely to suffer acute stress during childbirth

Women with COVID-19 more likely to suffer acute stress during childbirth