Monday, October 3, 2022
Nursing home residents who received a second mRNA booster shot during the omicron variant waves were much less likely to experience hospitalization and...
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Saturday marks International Coffee Day, but at Green World Coffee Farm in Wahiawa, every day is International Coffee Day. Owner Howard Green started the farm 10 years ago and says what began as a small passion...
Story at a glance Physicians and medical professionals are under pressure because of the yearslong coronavirus pandemic and new threats like monkeypox and polio.  A survey of work-life integration and satisfaction finds that about 63 percent of physicians had at least...
While being treated for a rare bone cancer at the hospital, I’d often lose myself in fiction and storytelling— anything to escape the grim reality I was experiencing personally. I’ve always enjoyed writing, in fact, one of the first...
  In a recent correspondence published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the authors responded to and clarified some of the contentions discussed in a letter...
Physician burnout spiked during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic after a six-year decline that ended in 2020, according to a new study published in the medical journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings. "While the worst days of COVID-19 pandemic are...
For a while, scientists thought the trillions of microbes on our bodies lived in landscapes connected to the outside world — our skin, hair, and gut — but research in the last few years has shown that’s not so....
When cancer arises in the body, it starts with tumor cells that rapidly grow and divide and eventually spread. But what enables these nascent tumor cells to...

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