The Hospital Makes a House Call
In a time of strained capacity, the “hospital at home” movement is figuring out how to create an inpatient level of care anywhere.
N.I.H. Did Not Properly Track a Group Studying Coronaviruses, Report Finds
An internal federal watchdog said that the health agency had not given adequate oversight to EcoHealth Alliance, which had been awarded $8 million in...
How Nonprofit Hospitals Put Profits Over Patients
A Times investigation revealed that many of these institutions are abandoning patients and straying from their charitable missions.
Do Rapid Covid Tests Still Work?
They can result in false negatives, but they remain a valuable tool in stopping the spread of Covid-19. Here’s how to use them most...
The Indirect Ways the U.S. Can Help China Avoid Covid Catastrophe
It’s in the United States’ best interest to find ways to aid China.
Long Covid Is Keeping Significant Numbers of People Out of Work, Study Finds
An analysis of workers’ compensation claims in New York found that 71 percent of claimants with long Covid needed continuing medical treatment or were...
F.D.A. Outlines a Plan for Annual Covid Boosters
In advance of a scientific meeting on Thursday, officials proposed offering new shots to Americans each fall, a strategy long employed against the flu.
Inside the Hospital Where Damar Hamlin’s Life Was Saved
The trauma care of the Buffalo Bills player highlighted what is done to overcome cardiac arrest, a leading cause of death in the United...
Why George Santos Won’t Be Able to Fake His Way Through Congress
I served in the House for 28 years. Your colleagues need to trust you for you to get anything done.
U.S. Will Hit Debt Limit Jan. 19, Yellen Tells Congress
The Treasury Department expects to begin taking “extraordinary measures” to continue paying the government’s obligations ahead of what’s expected to be a big fight...