Nomad Health, an online marketplace for temporary healthcare jobs, has raised $105M, bringing its total funding to...

When Alexi Nazem was a hospital doctor, he faced a mountain of paperwork and bureaucratic hurdles anytime he wanted to moonlight outside his hospital. For healthcare professionals side gigs like...

North Carolina's Biggest Hospital Systems Made Record Profits While Taking Billions In COVID Relief: Report

North Carolina's Biggest Hospital Systems Made Record Profits While Taking Billions In COVID Relief: Report Authored by Katabella Roberts via The Epoch Times, North Carolina’s largest...

CDC Confirmed Post-Vaxx Death From Blood-Clotting Two Weeks Before Alerting Public: Emails

CDC Confirmed Post-Vaxx Death From Blood-Clotting Two Weeks Before Alerting Public: Emails Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), The Centers for Disease...

Abortion ruling thrusts companies into divisive arena

The Supreme Court's decision to end the nation’s constitutional protections for abortion has catapulted businesses of all types into the most divisive corner of politics.Some companies that stayed...

NHS staff should get at least a 4% pay rise say independent experts

Exclusive: pay review body recommendation higher than government’s figures but less than unions wantNHS staff should receive a pay rise of at least 4%, independent experts have advised, setting...

Legal battles likely as divided states grapple with abortion

The Supreme Court’s decision Friday to overturn the constitutional right to abortion has only further fractured an already deep division between the states, where contentious legal battles are...

Factbox-Restrictions versus protections: How U.S. states are taking sides on abortion

By Gabriella Borter - The Supreme Court's decision on Friday to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide will give conservative U.S. states more confidence that...

When you drive for work, $5 gas hurts

A man pumps gas at a mini-mart in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on June 15. | Gene J. Puskar/AP A look at how high gas prices are hurting workers and what to do about it. Back in February,...

Widespread strikes disrupt services in North Macedonia

SKOPJE, North Macedonia (AP) — A strike by government workers in North Macedonia disrupted services Wednesday over a pay dispute between unions and the country’s center-left government fueled by...

Blame The Regulatory State For The Healthcare Burnout Crisis

The sheer number of regulatory and administrative requirements placed on doctors and other healthcare workers has made these professions far more stressful, tedious, and exhausting than they need...

Ukraine live updates: Jens Stoltenberg warns war could last 'years'

Zelenskyy visited troops and health care workers on the frontlines in south Ukraine as G-7 leaders vowed to keep supporting the war effort.

No stethoscope, no problem: This scrubs company could be your new favorite athleisure brand

Whether you’re a medical professional or just want to kick back in a pair of comfy joggers, scrubs maker Jaanuu is positioning itself as the go-to for work and play. Medical scrubs are a hot...

4 big questions about Covid-19 vaccines for babies and toddlers

Health care workers attend to an infant inside a temporary Covid-19 treatment facility in New Delhi, India, in January. | T. Narayan/Bloomberg via Getty Images Covid-19 vaccines for little...

FDA advisers weigh COVID-19 shots for babies, young children

U.S. government advisers met Wednesday to decide whether to endorse COVID-19 shots for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, moving the nation closer to vaccinations for all ages.Kids under 5 are the...

WHO looks into reports of monkeypox virus in semen

By Natalie Grover and Jennifer Rigby LONDON -The World Health Organisation is looking into reports that the monkeypox virus is present in the semen of patients, exploring the possibility that the...

Mills, LePage look ahead to November in Maine governor race

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Paul LePage, the Republican whose two terms as Maine's governor were dominated by his offensive rhetoric and combative leadership, is seeking a political comeback.With no...

Factbox-Restrictions vs protections: How U.S. states are taking sides on abortion

By Gabriella Borter - If the U.S. Supreme Court votes to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide, conservative states will have more confidence that their new limits...

The Exodus of American Healthcare Workers, and What Comes Next

More and more American healthcare workers are transitioning to private practice and telehealth.

Gun debate puts focus on protecting health care workers

The recent spate of mass shootings, including an incident that claimed four lives at a Tulsa hospital, is driving efforts to enact new safeguards for health workers and enhanced penalties for...

In Airbus country, two-speed economy gives French left wings ahead of election

By Michel Rose TOULOUSE, France - The vibrant southern French city of Toulouse, home to pan-European industrial champion Airbus, might seem an unlikely prize for the anti-free market, eurosceptic...

California Has Record Budget Surplus as Rich Taxpayers Prosper

California expects a record $97.5 billion surplus, Gov. Gavin Newsom says. He proposes widespread cash rebates, bonuses for health care workers and free transit. “No other state in American...

Ex-nurse RaDonda Vaught sentenced to probation after injecting patient with wrong drug

A former Tennessee nurse whose medication error killed a patient was sentenced to three years of probation Friday health care workers warned that criminalizing such mistakes will lead to more death…

Atrium Health, owner of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, merging with Advocate Aurora Health

Healthcare giants Advocate Aurora Health and Atrium Health have announced their merger. “The world of healthcare as we know it is changing at warp speed,” said Eugene A. Cevallos, CEO of Advocate...

LA healthcare workers begin 5-day strike over alleged unfair labor practices at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Hundreds of healthcare workers kicked off a planned 5-day strike Monday morning in front of Cedars-Sinai hospital. They allege "unfair labor practices, short staffing, and high patient infection...

China sends military, doctors to Shanghai to test 26 million residents for COVID

China has sent the military and thousands of healthcare workers into Shanghai to help carry out COVID-19 tests for all of its 26 million residents as cases continued to rise on Monday, in one of...

Pfizer/BioNTech seek FDA authorization for fourth Covid-19 vaccine doses for people 65 and up

Two data sets from Israel show an increased rate of infection and severe illness. The participants had no known history of Covid-19 and were eligible for an additional booster. The first data set...

Costco to end senior hours, COVID operating hours for healthcare workers and first responders

Costco to end senior hours, COVID operating hours for healthcare workers and first responders. The special operating hours will be in place until April 17 for members 60 and older. Costco will...

Justice Department sues to block UnitedHealth Group acquisition of Change Healthcare

The Justice Department filed a lawsuit to block UnitedHealth Group's proposed acquisition of Change Healthcare. The government says the deal could potentially harm millions of Americans by...

Hochul scraps booster mandate for health care workers, cites staff shortages

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Friday scrapped a state mandate that would have required all healthcare workers to get a coronavirus booster shot by Monday in order to avoid staffing shortages.

Why an Arizona County Turned Down $1.9 Million in Covid Relief

Two Republican supervisors voted to reject the federal money, frustrating health care workers in rural Cochise County.

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