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Primary care physicians pushed to breaking point as more than half report no payments

Primary care physicians have been pushed to the breaking point in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A new survey conducted between May 8-11 by The Larry A. Green Center and the Primary Care Collaborative shows that 84% of clinicians report having severe or close to severe stress, and 28% say burnout is at an… Read More »

Lauryn Alease Williams A.K.A., “LA Love The “Boss” Talks About Going Pa-Vegan & Lots More!

Image Credits: The Wolf Pack @packvisuals Lauryn Alease Williams A.K.A., “LA Love The “Boss”, is the true definition of a great triple threat and more. LA Love is all set to take over the world and show other young women with hard work and dedication anything is possible. Born in Glen Burnie, Maryland and ever… Read More »

Coronavirus up to 100 times more infectious through eyes, airways than SARS: report

The eyes are a key point of infection for the novel coronavirus, a team of Hong Kong researchers said this week, detailing how the disease has higher rates of transmissibility through the eyes and airways when compared to H5N1, or the bird flu, and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes a COVID-19 infection, is nearly… Read More »

More money is needed for hospitals to care for COVID-19 patients, AHA and ANA tell Congress

Hospitals need additional financial support to financially survive while treating patients with COVID-19, the American Hospital Association and American Nurses Association told House and Senate leaders in a letter released today. The AHA and ANA are asking Congress to provide additional funding to the original $ 100 billion the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security… Read More »