“The realization that we will be dealing with COVID-19 for some time, and other stressors related to jobs, school and social isolation, may increase feelings of anxiety and depression,” an expert said.
Oral arguments in a legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act are scheduled to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on Nov. 10.
The county responded by saying it is “frustrated" with the move and that the recent spike in cases was part of a national trend.
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State lawmakers face unprecedented times that will force them to take a look at how the health care system works and how to bridge gaps in service.
If Joe Biden wins the presidency in November, health is likely to play a high-profile role in his agenda. Just probably not in the way he or anyone else might have predicted.
Many patients don't know about experimental treatments but doctors say they should ask, take notes and be prepared to be pushy with their providers.
Health systems worked diligently this spring during the stay-home order creating surge plans to expand capacity, including adding surge beds for patients.