Medical Health Cluster


What All Physicians Need to Know About the Polio Resurgence in New York State

On July 21 of this year, public health officials announced a case of paralytic polio in a young adult in Rockland County, New York, northwest of New York City—the first reported instance of polio in the US since 2013. Although the case was caused by vaccine-derived poliovirus, the patient was unvaccinated and had not […]

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Pushed to Their Limits, 1 in 5 Physicians Intends to Leave Practice

On the same day in March 2020 that President Donald Trump declared the COVID-19 pandemic a national emergency, researchers at the Larry A. Green Center in Virginia launched an ongoing survey of COVID-19’s effects on primary care practices. Over the past 2 years, more than 36 000 survey responses from clinicians across the […]

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