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Weekly COVID testing job for unvaccinated health care workers ends in California

Weekly COVID testing job for unvaccinated health care workers ends in California

California Department of Public Health on September 17 COVID-19 testing mandate terminated For unvaccinated health care workers and other individuals in high-risk settings, which includes dental offices. Non-vaccinated dentists and their staff have been in compliance with a state public health order requiring weekly vaccination or testing since full compliance began on August 23, 2021. …

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Enlace Health continues to evolve towards sustainable healthcare with Healthcare Evolution Connect

Enlace Health continues to evolve towards sustainable healthcare with Healthcare Evolution Connect

Nashville, Tenn. – (work wire) –On September 14, 2022, An invite-only event, Health Evolution Connect started with a networking event hosted by Enlace Health, a healthcare transformation company working to implement the systemic changes needed for sustainable healthcare. Participants included the CEO and C-Suite executives from service providers, payers, and life sciences organizations, along with …

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Auburn criminologist explains how prison conditions affect mental health

Auburn criminologist explains how prison conditions affect mental health

Article text More than two million people are imprisoned in the United States – a 500% increase over just 40 years ago. As prisons are overcrowded across the country, and incarcerated individuals suffer from mental illnesses, it is increasingly important to understand the impact of prison environments. Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology Timothy EdgemonHis …

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Purdue University welcomes 11 faculty members with its Public Health and Health Equity Cluster Recruitment Effort;  Advance goal to further diversify campus

Purdue University welcomes 11 faculty members with its Public Health and Health Equity Cluster Recruitment Effort; Advance goal to further diversify campus

The university significantly expands educational and research expertise in key health sectors initiative through strategic recruitment and investments WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana – A strategic recruitment effort to expand Purdue University’s focus on public health and health equity while diversifying the racial makeup of its faculty reached a milestone, with 11 new faculty members beginning their …

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Baptist health experts give their thoughts on the upcoming flu season

Baptist health experts give their thoughts on the upcoming flu season

With the onset of flu season (is last year’s flu season really over?) and the coronavirus continuing to spread here in the US and around the world, doctors at Baptist Health are urging patients to get their vaccinations soon. The flu shot is now available at all Baptist Health Urgent Care and Urgent Care Express …

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Jessica Deffler, a doctor at the Wyss Health Center, checks Tong Trinh's blood pressure during an examination. An interpretation app through a tablet next to them helps the Vietnamese immigrant and doctor communicate.

Asian healthcare in Philadelphia is scarce, leading to risks of hepatitis B and other diseases

In the lobby of a South Philadelphia medical clinic, “Hello” is written on the wall in 30 languages. The word appears in Chinese, Hindi, Thai, and other languages ​​that are not widely spoken in the United States of America. Philadelphia has approximately 80,000 residents who were born in South, Southeast or South Central Asia, but …

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Copper Health unveils $2 billion expansion project

Copper Health unveils $2 billion expansion project

Cooper Health plans to invest $2 billion in a project that system leaders have said will dramatically transform its campus in Camden, New Jersey. Leaders said the project will help meet current and projected demand for Cooper University Hospital and MD Anderson Cancer Center in Cooper. The project includes the construction of three new towers …

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Health officials discuss concerns about polio, monkeypox |  News, sports, jobs

Health officials discuss concerns about polio, monkeypox | News, sports, jobs

OBSERVER Photo by Gregory Bacon Chautauqua County Health Board discussing concerns about those who haven’t been vaccinated for things like polio. Pictured from left: Board Chair Dr. Lillian Nye, Sherry Ratter, Director of Public Health Christine Schuyler, and Board Member Dr. Tariq Khan. MAYVILLE – Vaccine hesitancy remains a problem at both the local and …

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Boardman murder suspect seeks mental health court |  News, sports, jobs

Boardman murder suspect seeks mental health court | News, sports, jobs

Staff photo Ed Runyan Michael N. Bruno, 49, sits during a hearing before Mahoning District Court in Boardman. He was summoned Tuesday via videotape from the Mahoning County Jail. Several deputies appear around him. BOARDMAN – Michael N. Bruno, 49, tried to plead guilty, asked to go to mental health court, apologized and said, “I’m …

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European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti gives the Vulcan salute aboard the International Space Station.

Live Long and Thrive: A Space Traveler’s Dilemma?

Space medicine scientists are pushing to develop an international database on the long-term health effects of spaceflight. This is necessary to protect the health and performance of current and future crew members of all nationalities, as well as to identify the long-term health consequences of retired crew members worldwide. However, there are legal and thorny …

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