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Public Health Officials Under Siege
During the pandemic, they have been the target of protests and of laws intended to curb their powers. Has this left the U.S. less prepared than ever for the next crisis?
Mike Baker contributed reporting. The Daily is made by Lisa Tobin, Rachel Quester, Lynsea Garrison, Clare Toeniskoetter, Paige Cowett, Michael Simon Johnson, Brad Fisher, Larissa Anderson, Chris Woo… [+737 chars]
Michael Barbaro, Sydney Harper, Stella Tan, Rachel Quester, M.J. Davis Lin, Patricia Willens, Marion Lozano, Chelsea Daniel, Rachelle Bonja and Chris Wood
2021-11-11 11:00:10




A New Dementia Test Raises More Questions Than Answers
A 5-minute assessment on an iPad could transform how we screen for dementia—or overwhelm the health care system with worried test-takers.
Our understanding of the mechanism of the disease is shifting, too, in a way that could make early diagnosis more valuable. Dementia has a very long preclinical phaseas long as 20 years, in some case… [+3612 chars]
Amit Katwala
2021-11-08 12:00:00




RE:WIRED 2021: Kai-Fu Lee and Yoky Matsuoka Imagine AI's Potential for Good
The investor and entrepreneur discuss "human-in-the-loop" technology, and how artificial intelligence might be used for health and caregiving.
When we think of artificial intelligence, many of us jump to visions of the future from science fictionhellscapes like The Matrix, Black Mirror, and The Terminator. But that isnt necessarily the way … [+3061 chars]
Brent Rose
2021-11-09 16:42:27




Cuomo's Office Undermined Health Department, Top Doctor Testifies
The N.Y. Health Department became a “toxic work environment” early in the pandemic, a high-ranking doctor told officials investigating ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Routine work by the states disease experts even something as mundane as preparing a flyer explaining the ins and outs of quarantine and isolation had to be cleared by what Dr. Dufort refers to as the… [+1868 chars]
Joseph Goldstein and Sharon Otterman
2021-11-22 22:07:49




Omicron Case With a New York Tie Shows How Virus Outpaces Response
A health care analyst came to Manhattan for an anime convention. His trip shows how the virus once again outpaced the public health response.
Organizers said Mr. McGinn might have contracted Omicron elsewhere. He was just one person who was at our event, said Kelly Comboni, president of Left Field Media, which organized Anime NYC. There ha… [+1369 chars]
Joseph Goldstein, Julie Bosman, Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura and Roni Caryn Rabin
2021-12-05 14:56:12




What We Know About the Omicron Variant
The World Health Organization has declared that this version of the coronavirus poses a very high risk to public health. How did they come to that conclusion?
Apoorva Mandavilli contributed reporting. The Daily is made by Lisa Tobin, Rachel Quester, Lynsea Garrison, Clare Toeniskoetter, Paige Cowett, Michael Simon Johnson, Brad Fisher, Larissa Anderson, C… [+745 chars]
Michael Barbaro, Jessica Cheung, Diana Nguyen, Michael Simon Johnson, M.J. Davis Lin and Chris Wood
2021-11-30 11:09:26




Pushed by Players, the N.F.L. Works to Embrace Mental Health
N.F.L. teams have standardized support for mental wellness as their players fight social stigmas and the league’s “just play through it” ethos.
Prescott said that he is in regular contact with the Cowboys mental health and wellness consultant, Yolanda Bruce Brooks, as well as the teams mental conditioning coach, Chad Bohling, and that he rea… [+1972 chars]
Anna Katherine Clemmons
2021-11-26 16:00:35




Federal Judge Blocks Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers
The ruling is a setback for the administration’s effort to require vaccination for hospital and nursing home workers, which had been set to start next week.
A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction on Tuesday to halt the start of President Bidens national vaccine mandate for health care workers, which had been set to begin next week. The injuncti… [+791 chars]
Azi Paybarah
2021-11-30 23:15:50




Samsung hasn’t completely forgotten its Tizen smartwatches
The Samsung Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Watch Active, and Galaxy Watch Active 2 are getting new health and personalization updates as part of the One UI rollout.
The Galaxy Watch models are getting better fall detection, new watchfaces, and updated group challenges Dan Seifert / The Verge When Samsung dropped the bombshell that it was ditching Tizen for Wea… [+2168 chars]
Victoria Song
2021-11-15 16:26:52




Virgin Galactic to send its first sweepstakes winner to space
The winner, Keisha, a health and energy coach, is the first woman of a sweepstakes held by Virgin Galactic. The sweepstakes was done in partnership with Omaze and Space for Humanity.
The founder flew to space in July On Wednesday, Virgin Galactic announced its first sweepstakes winner that the space tourism company is sending to space. The winner, Keisha S. (her last name is bei… [+1873 chars]
Jasmine Hicks
2021-11-24 18:40:09




What a public health expert is grateful for this Thanksgiving
As Americans head into the Thanksgiving holiday, I know everyone talks about being grateful, and that can feel rote or even cruel during a pandemic when so many and much have been lost. But I am truly grateful.
(CNN)As Americans head into the Thanksgiving holiday, I know everyone talks about being grateful, and that can feel rote or even cruel during a pandemic when so many and much have been lost. But I am… [+6262 chars]
Katia Hetter, CNN
2021-11-22 09:54:20




Friends who went to an anime convention with a man who tested positive for Omicron also got sick, he says.
Most of the infected had traveled to southern Africa recently, but health officials are bracing for the inevitable community spread.
About 15 people who attended an anime convention in New York with a Minnesota man who later was found to have the Omicron variant have also tested positive for the coronavirus, the man has told healt… [+5132 chars]
The New York Times
2021-12-04 18:35:09




What Happens to Women Who Are Denied Abortions
Being denied an abortion can have serious consequences for a women’s health and livelihood. It can even be deadly.
But how could you not know you were pregnant? Some people dont have pregnancy symptoms, or they mistake the fatigue or irregular periods of early pregnancy for other health conditions. For instance, … [+2737 chars]
Diana Greene Foster
2021-11-22 18:11:14




Fitbit's Charge 5 is $50 off at Amazon right now
Fitbit's most capable fitness and health tracker, the Charge 5, is thinner, lighter and less bulky than the Charge 4, but it's also $30 more. However, Amazon is now making it more palatable by offering its first discount, selling it for $130 in Black/Graphite…
Fitbit's most capable fitness and health tracker, the Charge 5, is thinner, lighter and less bulky than the Charge 4, but it's also $30 more. However, Amazon is now making it more palatable by offeri… [+1422 chars]
Steve Dent
2021-11-12 13:40:11




Build Back Better May Not Have Passed a Decade Ago
President Barack Obama barely muscled his health law through the House. But income inequality, economic stagnation and a pandemic propelled an even more ambitious bill.
Look at the millennials in my district, who cant afford a house, who cant afford to pay back their student loans, who cant even dream about living the lives their parents lived, Representative John B… [+1934 chars]
Jonathan Weisman
2021-11-19 16:55:31




How to Get a Coronavirus Booster Shot in New York City
New Yorkers can get coronavirus vaccine booster shots at a number of places, including pop-up vans, churches, local pharmacies and community health clinics.
Dr. Nash said there was an argument to be made for each of those measures. He added that researchers were confident that people over 65 and those with comorbidities should receive booster shots, and … [+1199 chars]
Precious Fondren and Lola Fadulu
2021-11-20 10:00:07




How to Get a Coronavirus Booster Shot in New York City
New Yorkers can get coronavirus vaccine booster shots at a number of places, including pop-up vans, churches, local pharmacies and community health clinics.
Dr. Nash said there was an argument to be made for each of those measures. He added that researchers were confident that people over 65 and those with comorbidities should receive booster shots, and … [+1199 chars]
Precious Fondren and Lola Fadulu
2021-11-20 10:00:07




As Thanksgiving Approaches, U.S. Virus Cases Tick Upward Once More
Cases are rising again in parts of the country, but more people are traveling, and health officials have largely stopped telling people to skip celebrations.
People want to get back to normal and we understand that and there are ways to do that safely, she said. Still, Dr. Smith said she expected the outbreak in Illinois to continue to worsen as the viru… [+1778 chars]
Mitch Smith
2021-11-22 08:00:09




Upstate New York Hospitals Are Overwhelmed as Covid Cases Surge
Health care officials say a “perfect storm” of new Covid cases, staff shortages and filled nursing homes has created a crisis.
Covid-19 is widespread in Warren County, where there are 93 cases per 100,000 residents, about 5 times the rate in New York City. The virus test positivity rate is 12 percent, compared to 2 percent i… [+1848 chars]
Sharon Otterman
2021-12-03 20:21:05




Covid: World races to contain new Omicron variant
Nations ban travellers from southern Africa, a day after health officials named the new Covid-19 strain.
Image caption, Only about 24% of South Africans have been fully vaccinated so far Countries around the world are racing to introduce travel bans and restrictions on southern African countries in an … [+5360 chars]
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2021-11-27 07:45:05
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