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More than 1,000 National Guards were called in to help Ohio hospitals as COVID-19 cases surge

The Ohio National Guard was called in on Friday to help hospitals with the surge of COVID-19 cases. The influx of COVID-19 patients is causing strain
Big Hospital Chains Drop Vaccine Mandates for Health Workers
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Big Hospital Chains Drop Vaccine Mandates for Health Workers

The legal uncertainty over a federal requirement that the nation's 17 million health care workers be vaccined against the coronaviruses has led some
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Boris Johnson unmasked as inept and uncaring | Letters

Boris Johnson visited Hexham hospital on 8 November. The website of Northumbria NHS foundation trust offers advice to those who wish to visit.
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U.S. bars immigration arrests at schools, hospitals and other 'protected areas'

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers conduct a raid in Sherman, Texas as part of Operation Cross Check on June 20, 2019. Under a new
Alexa's Coming To Retirement Homes and Hospitals Soon
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Alexa's Coming To Retirement Homes and Hospitals Soon

Smart home technology is often viewed as a convenience. However, it also serves an important purpose: It allows elderly loved ones to live
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London hospital uses ‘James Bond medicine’ to tackle rare heart condition

James Bond medicine and cutting edge technology are used by world-class NHS doctors to save lives of patients whose hearts have stopped beating due
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Oklahoma doctors called 40 hospitals to find an ICU bed for a COVID-19 patient with internal bleeding. None of them had space and he died.

On January 3, 2021, a doctor examines the vital signs of a patient in the Intensive Care Unit at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center
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Alaska doctors forced to ration life-sustaining treatments as Covid patients clog up hospitals

Joyce Johnson-Albert watches as she is given an antibody infusion, while lying on a hospital bed at the Upper Tanana Health Center in Tok, Alaska,
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New York's Largest Healthcare Provider Fires 1,400 Employees Who Refused To Get Vaccinated

Topline Northwell Health, New York's largest provider of health care services, was fired Monday by 1,400 employees after refusing to be vaccinated
A Modest Proposal: Close Pediatric Cancer Hospitals
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A Modest Proposal: Close Pediatric Cancer Hospitals

Shares The USA has 74 million children. Only 0.0024% of children die from cancer every year, according to the National Cancer Institute. Children