The new Tucson Medical Center program benefits heart patients in rural areas

Lisa Hedrick’s next surgery is crucial, and she’s working on a healthy heart as the time approaches. Heidrick does cardio rehab near where she lives, in Benson, with an exercise physiologist tuning in to a big screen Tucson. It is one of the Newer Tucson Medical Center projects with telemedicinea futuristic concept that has become … Read more

Healthcare – FDA to relax blood donation rules for gay and bisexual men

Celebrity organizer Marie Kondo says it is She “gave up” on tidying up her house After having her third child. Now, she says, spending time with family is what sparks joy. The FDA has moved to make blood donation more accessible to MSM, moving away from time-based postponements and instead suggesting the use of risk-based, … Read more

Controversial new research suggests that SARS-CoV-2 bears the hallmarks of genetic engineering

Two recent publications seem to have strengthened the case for the natural origin associated with “wet marketIn Wuhan. These markets sell live animals, often housed in poor conditions, and are known to be sites where new animal-to-human pathogens are transmitted. Early cases of covid-19 cluster around this market. But critics contest that there is too … Read more

China records 60,000 COVID-related deaths, and says peak has passed

China on Saturday recorded nearly 60,000 deaths in people who contracted COVID-19 since early December, providing hard numbers for an unprecedented rise that was evident in overwhelmed hospitals. packed crematoriums, Even as the government released little data on the state of the epidemic for weeks. Those numbers may still understate the extent of losses, though … Read more

China suspends visas for Japan and South Korea in the row over COVID-19

Chinese embassies stopped issuing new visas to South Koreans and Japanese on Tuesday in an apparent response to the COVID-19 measures these countries recently imposed on travelers from China. It was not clear whether China would extend the visa suspension to other countries that have mandated virus testing on passengers from China after the COVID-19 … Read more

Is voice-only healthcare risky?

While telehealth has been embraced as a silver lining to the pandemic, concerns about phone care (or voice-only telehealth) still haunt its proponents. Before the pandemic, a federal law wanted Telehealth services are delivered to Medicare beneficiaries via two-way video. However, given the technology challenges Many seniors face management waiver requirement during the COVID-19 public … Read more