Articles Tagged with “COVID-19”

Some people who lose loved ones to COVID-19 will face an inconsolable grief—a second epidemic the nation is poorly prepared to handle.

A global pandemic treaty—a health plan on par with nuclear
and climate deals—is now in the works. Does it stand a chance?

Shirlene Obuobi—cartoonist and physician—shows how dark days sometimes call for a light touch.

Positive psychology may be the next logical tool for cardiology, according to psychiatrist Jeff C. Huffman.

Massachusetts broke ground on mandatory vaccination in 1905. History may repeat itself with COVID-19.

As practice goes digital, so too does a brutal workplace hazard.

During the lockdowns, virtual care took a giant step forward. Can it surmount the obstacles ahead?

A woman finds therapeutic value in sledgehammers and broken plates.

Not everyone stands to benefit from digital care. How can we change that?

In the COVID-19 crisis, rival institutions joined forces. Can those collaborations endure?