As the pandemic rages on, gyms have largely transitioned to include online programs, many with live workout classes you can join on Zoom. I recently sampled a few, and while I preferred them to the YouTube workouts I’d been doing before, I’m struggling to stay motivated. More often than not […]

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) can play an essential role in the management of the sickest COVID-19 patients, said Jeffrey A. Katz, MD, director of critical care services at the NorthShore University HealthSystem in Evanston, Illinois. To date, […]

After being held responsible for the high mortality rate among COVID-19 patients in the city, 27 nursing homes, which were earlier barred from admitting COVID-19 patients, will be allowed to do so again starting from September 15. Due to the growing cases and the chaos of looking for beds, BMC […]

GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) — Residents at nursing and rehabilitation facility in Greeley organized a protest against Colorado’s coronavirus restrictions. On Thursday, about 20 residents gathered outside Fairacres Manor, many in wheelchairs, holding signs that read “Rather die from COVID than loneliness,” and “Prisoners in our own home,” and “Give us […]

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Health officials say that residents in some areas of Oklahoma City will be able to get tested for COVID-19 at mobile testing sites. The Oklahoma City-County Health Department and OU Medicine will continue their joint effort providing mobile testing in zip codes that are experiencing high […]

This entire year has been like the most heightened, prolonged case of the Sunday Scaries, a wave of perma-stress topped off with a profound fear of what tomorrow brings. It is a brutal way to live—and (wait for it) completely unprecedented. Although our country has no doubt endured times of extreme duress […]

Jannette Pippin   | The Daily News Coastal Carolina Community College nursing student Precious Baker will be changing uniforms when she finishes her training. The Navy veteran is looking forward to continuing her service to others in a new way and the challenges the medical profession has seen in the midst […]

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented downturns and uncertainty in markets worldwide, but the negative effects of the disease have not been distributed evenly. Even as business shuttered their doors for good, Apple became the first company in history to reach a $2 trillion valuation.  © Alistair Berg | Getty […]

Researchers analyzed data of more than 400 college students, faculty, staff and administrators. KENT, Ohio — In a before-and-after comparison of physical activity, researchers at Kent State analyzed data of students, faculty, staff and administrators who reported their typical physical activity and sedentary behavior before the COVID-19 pandemic and after […]

Face masks, eye protection and scrubs. Undergraduate nursing students, a semester and a half away from becoming registered nurses, already looked the part. Many of the students hadn’t seen each other in person since March since UNC School of Nursing courses are all virtual — other than simulation activities, or […]

Sidra Medicine, a member of Qatar Foundation, is working with an international research consortium in the ongoing global race to find a safe and effective vaccine to tackle the Covid-19 virus. The research programme led by Dr Ussama M Abdel-Motal, staff scientist from Sidra Medicine’s Human Genetics Department, is being […]