Frazer Church to Host Mental Health Summit

Frazer Church to Host Mental Health Summit May 14

Frazer Church will host a mental health summit titled Faith Meets Mental Health on May 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. To register for the free event, visit www.frazer.church/mentalhealth. Lunch registrations are open until May 11. The summit’s keynote speaker is Nate Stewart, founder of the Mental Health Pulpit. Mental Health Pulpit began in … Read more

‘Mental Health Matters’: Ethan’s students host JV All-Star Game to benefit local mental health charity – Mitchell Republic

'Mental Health Matters': Ethan's students host JV All-Star Game to benefit local mental health charity - Mitchell Republic

ETHAN — What started as a shared goal among high school classmates to shine a light on who they saw as South Dakota’s “undervalued” basketball players turned into something much bigger than they hadn’t foreseen it. Brody Riggs and Wyatt Sinkie, juniors and teammates of the Ethan Rustlers junior varsity team, had seen enough of … Read more

UC Davis Health COVID-19 ICU Latest

UC Davis Health COVID-19 ICU Latest

Following the trend across the country, in Sacramento, hospitalizations for COVID-19 have fallen to their lowest levels since the early days of the pandemic. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The average number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 over the past week has fallen to 11,860 nationwide. A sharp drop from the peak of over 145,000 in January. … Read more

Clinical health outcomes of omicron “less severe” than delta for pediatric patients

Clinical health outcomes of omicron "less severe" than delta for pediatric patients

New research from Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine suggests that children younger than 5 infected with the COVID-19 Omicron variant have a lower risk of serious health problems than those infected with the Delta variant. The study, published Friday in JAMA Pediatrics, is the first large-scale research effort to compare the health … Read more

Flint Fair focuses on balancing health care inequities for Latinx residents

Flint Fair focuses on balancing health care inequities for Latinx residents

FLINT, MI – In 2019, 18.7% of the Hispanic population had no health insurance, compared to 6.3% of the non-Hispanic white population, according to the U.S. Department of Health’s Office of Minority Health. and social services. Executive Director Asa Zuccaro of the Flint Latinx Technology and Community Center is fighting to improve those stats for … Read more

Complete revascularization may improve angina-related health in STEMI, multivascular CAD

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April 02, 2022 2 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Mehta SR, et al. Featured Clinical Research I. Presented at American College of Cardiology Scientific Session; April 2-4, 2022; Washington, DC (hybrid meeting). Disclosures: The COMPLETE trial was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Institute of Population Health and received support … Read more

Top New York health officials call whites ‘baby people’, but blacks and Hispanics ‘moms’

On March 23, Dr. Michelle Morse, the New York Department of Health's first medical officer, tweeted about the expansion of a new initiative from

New York’s top health official sparked outrage over a series of tweets where she called white people “birthing people” and blacks and Hispanics “mothers.” On March 23, Dr. Michelle Morse, the New York Department of Health’s first medical officer, tweeted about the expansion of a new citywide “birth equity” initiative. In his tweets, Morse, who … Read more