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Births are a high-risk, low-return part of the health business. The city’s hospitals rallied together a decade ago. Is a new challenge ahead?
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The city reported 747 new COVID-19 cases since Monday. Last week’s daily average of new cases was 591.
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Ivy Creek in Glen Mills wanted an on-site vaccine clinic. ‘Independent’ seniors don’t qualify, the CDC said.
4 months agoListen 2:03
Some countries, venues let vaccinated people move more freely. What about travel passports? College classes? WHYY’s Health Desk Help Desk has insights.
4 months agoListen 5:31
Federally qualified health centers are well positioned to vaccinate underserved communities. But they must balance that need with serving regular patients.
4 months agoListen 2:17
Health researchers wonder why the United States tried to reinvent the wheel when it came to setting up COVID-19 vaccinations on a large scale.
4 months ago
Scientists have found that results can change, brain scans from the same person doing the same thing can be different a week or a month later.
5 months agoListen 11:23
Inspired by the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium, a group of Latino physicians and nurses is applying for city funding to serve its undervaccinated community.
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