Do you order food online? Good luck finding nutritional information

By Amy Norton Health Day Reporter THURSDAY 20 JANUARY 2022 (HealthDay News) – Online act has soared below pandemic, but many websites make it difficult to find nutritional information about… Read more

Fierce JPM Week: How virtual-first plans manage the balance between personal, digital care

In the midst of the industry’s telecom health boom, health insurance companies are focusing on the potential for virtual care through the design of virtual first plans. These plans center… Read more

US researchers test transplantation from pig to human in donated body

Researchers on Thursday reported the latest in a series of surprising experiments in an effort to save human lives with organs from genetically modified pigs. This time, Alabama surgeons transplanted… Read more

Pandemic anxiety gives rise to OCD symptoms – even for people without the disease

Rosalyn (not her real name) had no idea what she was going to do with the three boxes of spaghetti she had just dumped in her shopping cart. She did… Read more

States require negative covid test for home visits for the elderly. families complain

When cases of Covid-19 rise again in nursing homes, some states have begun requiring visitors to take negative tests before entering the facility, re-emerging frustration and anxiety among family members.… Read more

Families complain about covid tests for visits to nursing homes

When cases of covid-19 increase again in nursing homes, a few states have begun to require visitors to show proof that they are not infected before entering facilities, creating frustration… Read more

What does it mean that covid-19 is endemic?

Some European countries such as Spain are making tentative plans for when they can start treating COVID-19 as an “endemic” disease, but the World Health Organization and other officials have… Read more

Forest fires and Omicron are calling for a special health insurance period in Colorado

A forest fire displaced thousands of coloradans just as the increase in omicron began to sweep through the state, so health insurance was probably not on many people’s minds when… Read more

“Heart” of Little Shell: The newest federally recognized tribe to open its first clinic

STORA FALL, Mont. Louella Fredrickson has long created solutions to fill gaps in the spotty medical care available to her as a member of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa… Read more

Families complain because states require covid tests for nursing home visits

Judith Graham When cases of covid-19 recur in nursing homes, a few states have begun requiring visitors to present proof that they are not infected before entering facilities, causing frustration… Read more