Medical students from across Long Island are deciding to graduate early in order to get out onto the front lines of battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Medical students from across Long Island are joining the fight against coronavirus, graduating early to help battle the pandemic.
The work is exhausting and dangerous, the situation bleak. But an army of health care workers heeded New York’s call for help reinforcing hospitals overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The company said it would launch the test next week to select health care facilities that deliver urgent care.
A 42-year-old woman from the Los Angeles area who’s diagnosed with lupus said her health care provider stopped filling her prescription for chloroquine – and sent her a message thanking her for her “sacrifice” to help treat those seriously ill with the coronavirus.
As a U.S. Navy hospital ship steams toward Los Angeles to help relieve the strain of the coronavirus pandemic, those on board are making final preparations.
Melissa Steiner, a registered nurse from southeast Michigan, recorded a tearful public plea asking people to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously after spending 13 hours caring for critically ill patients. Credit: Melissa Steiner via Storyful
The announcement of the forthcoming new guidelines comes days after Trump said he hoped to “reopen” the country by Easter.
Minnesota-based company MyPillow is joining the effort to supply health care workers with the protective gear they need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Internist and author of medical books, Leo Galland M.D., has authored this information on what he recommends at coronavirus protection options.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced that it has approved the use of a rapid coronavirus diagnostic test that returns results in approximately 45 minutes.
New York City health officials have directed medical providers to stop giving patients tests for the coronavirus, except for people sick enough to require hospitalization, saying wider testing is exhausting supplies of protective equipment.
As testing increases across Long Island so is the number of positive novel coronavirus cases. The number island wide is now more than 600, including a Nassau County Police Officer.
As testing increases across long Island, hospitals and health officials are preparing for a sudden increase in coronavirus cases at local hospitals over the next few weeks, along with warning residents about coronavirus-related phone scams.
Health care workers are urging the public to practice social distancing through photos holding signs that read, “stay home for us.”
A recent survey conducted by National Nurses United found that a majority of respondents reported that they are unaware of a plan in place to isolate a patient with a possible novel coronavirus infection
Purdue Pharma, the drug company that makes OxyContin, launched a $23.8 million ad campaign on Monday alerting victims where to file claims if they have been affected or harmed by the opioid.
Family members were disturbed after watching video of their grandmother abused in a nursing home in Warren. That suspect was arraigned in early February.
Here are some warning signs to pay attention to with the flu, especially for vulnerable populations such as children, seniors and adults with chronic conditions.
A new device is aiming to help calm the worries of having to keep track of people with Alzheimer’s disease.