INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN CANADA HAVE HIGHER DEATH RATES, COMPLICATIONS AFTER SURGERY
Indigenous peoples in Canada have higher rates of death and complications after surgery and lower rates of surgeries than other populations, found new research published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) http://www.cmaj.ca/lookup/doi/10.
MORE KIDS SEEING DOCTORS VIRTUALLY BUT SOME PARENTS STILL HESITANT
While some parents still have reservations about using telemedicine for their kids, the majority were satisfied with the experience, suggest findings from a new national poll.
COVID-19 MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES REDUCE RISK OF HOSPITALIZATION AND DEATH
Monoclonal antibodies, a COVIDa-19 treatment given early after coronavirus infection, cut the risk of hospitalization and death by 60% in those most likely to suffer complications of the disease, according to an analysis of UPMC patients who received the medication compared to similar patients who . . .