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Pandemic job losses slow down

The pace of job losses is slowing but still extreme, setting the expectation that job loss will still be at a historic high next week. Last week, 2.1 million workers applied for first-time unemployment benefits, the Labor Department reported Thursday. Since mid-March, about 41 million people have applied for unemployment insurance. The number of workers… Read More »

Is asthma worse when you lay down

This content is intended only for Healthcare Professionals who are authorized to prescribe medicine. The advice for anyone suffering from sleeplessness is to convert the bedroom into a stress-free haven. The best way to control nighttime asthma is to control your asthma in general. Some people may find that more than one thing increases their… Read More »

Trump admin’s Medicaid work requirements struck down by appeals court

Dive Brief: A federal appeals court Friday unanimously ruled against Arkansas’ Medicaid work requirements, a signature policy pushed by President Donald Trump’s administration that ties eligibility to the public insurance program for the poor to work or job training. The ruling will halt other work requirements implemented in other states beyond just Arkansas, according to University… Read More »

Fewer American Families Weighed Down by Medical Bills

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 12, 2020 (HealthDay News) — The number of people struggling to pay their medical bills declined dramatically during the last decade, as the Affordable Care Act expanded health insurance coverage and financial protection for the sick. The percentage of families who had problems paying medical expenses in the… Read More »

Applying Smarter, Part 1: Breaking Down the AAMC’s Apply Smart Campaign

By BRYAN CARMODY, MD “YOUR LIKELIHOOD OF SECURING RESIDENCY TRAINING DEPENDS ON MANY FACTORS – INCLUDING THE NUMBER OF RESIDENCY PROGRAMS YOU APPLY TO.” So begins the introduction to Apply Smart: Data to Consider When Applying to Residency – a informational campaign from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) designed to help medical students “anchor [their]… Read More »

FDA Cracks Down Again on Kratom Products

National Institute on Drug Abuse: “What is Kratom?” News release, FDA. Michael E. Schatman, PhD, director of research and network development, Boston Pain Care; assistant professor of public health and community medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine. Robert Glatter, MD, emergency medicine doctor, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York. Eric Webb, spokesperson, Cali Botanicals, Rancho Cordova,… Read More »

A Comprehensive Guide to Every Easter Egg You Missed in Taylor Swift’s ‘You Need to Calm Down’ Vid

Taylor Swift’s “You Need To Calm Down” video is officially here, which means her fans are going nuts trying to dissect every easter egg. There are tons of potential album clues in here, and plenty of references to Taylor’s favorite number, 13. There’s also major meaning behind the costumes she and Katy Perry were wearing.… Read More »