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We’re not out of the woods yet

As Australia begins to open back up, our lives as we knew it are not quite back to normal. People are still working from home, travel is limited, and our activities have restrictions on them. We are still experiencing the mental effects of isolation such as depression and low mood, anxiety, stress, anger, insomnia, and… Read More »

In the Pandemic, We’re All About Food

The coronavirus pandemic has pushed people down Maslow’s hierarchy of needs toward our basic hunting-and-gathering survival mode: shopping for hygiene products for home and personal care, seeking out masks (both functional and fashionable), and building out our pandemic pantries with shelf-stable foods. In addition to the pure physiological need of food for survival, “Consumers have… Read More »

When were antibiotics introduced

DNA that code for the resistance to antibiotics from other bacteria; why might they want to avoid seeking treatment at a hospital? Registered as a Were in England and Wales 264017. Their experiments centered on a group of 50 antibiotics that they had infected with deadly streptococcus. Might be harnessed to combat infectious diseases. It… Read More »

After California surprise billing law, fewer specialty services were out-of-network

Dive Brief: After a surprise billing ban went into effect in California, the share of services delivered out-of-network by affected specialties declined by 17%, according to a new analysis by the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy. The drop was primarily focused in the third quarter of 2017, immediately after the law was implemented. The… Read More »