Forbes - Pharma & Healthcare
Hope may be the most vital resource people need to come through this pandemic. But how do we avoid giving false hope while still inspiring confidence in the future? Here are four things leaders can do to help those they lead discover the hope needed to persevere through this turbulent season.
Expanding on my post: Calling All Makers With 3D Printers...for Healthcare Workers. Now I want to share local and regional ways you might find people working to provide face shields and other needed PPE gear to nurses and doctors. I selected projects and teams from across the USA.
I Spent A Day In The Feeding Frenzy Of N95 Mask Sellers And Buyers During The Coronavirus Pandemic: This Is What I Learned
For a day I watched the psychology of market pressures play out in an ultra-fast game of finding and selling masks in a pandemic-driven market.
How can people living with mental health conditions manage their money during this pandemic? It is clear that the coronavirus is affecting consumer behavior and spending habits, with 52 percent revealing that they will shop online more in the next two weeks as a result of COVID-19.
These masks aren't designed to be used as many times as they are being used. What can you possibly do to reduce your risk when reusing them?
If ever there was a cause to unite an America divided by bitter partisan politics, it would be the Coronavirus outbreak.
Olaris, founded in 2014 by Liz O’Day, is using “biomarkers of response” to determine the best possible course of drugs to treat patients most effectively.
Health insurers Cigna and Humana are waiving customer cost-sharing and co-payments for all treatments related to the Coronavirus strain COVID-19.
Seven tips for making sure your older loved ones have what they need to make it through the pandemic as comfortably as possible
Seasonal residents and full-timers clash, highlighting tensions of class in the vacation town economy.
These healthcare professionals have come out of retirement, non-hospital employment and school settings to join in caring for COVID-19 patients overwhelming NY hospitals.
Risk High That Psychological Pitfalls Will Cause U.S. COVID-19 Outbreak To Be More Fatal Than The Spanish Flu
There is reason to believe that psychological pitfalls will continue to plague U.S. efforts to combat the COVID-19 outbreak. The risk is high that these pitfalls will make the COVID-19 pandemic more fatal for this country than the Spanish flu. To fight COVID-19, we must also address these pitfalls.
A new study, published in the Ophthalmology journal, found no traces of SARS-CoV-2 in 64 tear samples from 17 COVID-19 patients, pointing to a low risk of the coronavirus spreading through tears.