Beijing Hospitals are Overburdened by the Post-COVID Spike in Pediatric Respiratory Infections

Beijing Hospitals are Overburdened by the Post-COVID Spike

As China prepares for its first winter after loosening strict COVID-19 limits almost a year ago, hospitals in Beijing and northern China are dealing with an increase in pediatric respiratory cases. Numerous children’s hospitals in major cities throughout northern China had hundreds of patients waiting in line for hours to see doctors, as reported by … Read more

CVS Withdraws some Cold Medications after the Demise of Phenylephrine

CVS Withdraws some Cold Medications

As the fall season approaches, pharmacies face a slew of issues, just in time for the cold and flu season. The first challenge is work. CVS and Walgreens pharmacy employees have previously gone off the job in outrage at working conditions. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined one of the big chain pharmacies’ … Read more

Kaiser Permanente Health Care Workers Are About To End Their Strike Without Any Deal

Kaiser Permanente Health Care Workers Are About To End Their Strike Without Any Deal

The largest healthcare strike in American history, which lasted three days without a contract agreement, was about to come to an end on Friday for striking Kaiser Permanente employees and the California-based hospital system. A representative for Kaiser, Hilary Costa, said on Friday that the two sides had not planned another negotiation session until midday … Read more

75000 Kaiser Employees and Other Staff Are on Strike

75000 Kaiser Employees and Other Staff are on Strike

Healthcare personnel at various Kaiser Permanente hospitals and medical centers around the United States made the decision to take the day off on Wednesday morning. They took this step-in order to put pressure on their company to address a staffing shortage that has gotten worse since the COVID-19 outbreak began. The strike involved more than … Read more

Why National Emergency FEMA Alert Test Will Be Sent To All Phones On Oct. 4?

National Emergency Test By FEMA

On October 4, a nationwide emergency broadcast system test will transmit a signal to cell phones to trigger nanoparticles like graphene oxide that have been injected into people’s bodies. It’s because the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) are testing the system that will alert you in the event of a … Read more

U.S. Government Relaunch COVID-19 Testing as Cases Surge

U.S. Government Relaunch COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 testing is currently available at no cost from the United States government. The U.S. government announced $600 million in funding to produce new at-home COVID-19 tests and relaunch the website, authorizing United States citizens to again order more than four free tests per family in order to avoid potential shortages during a spike in … Read more

Alarming Situation as COVID-19 Cases are Rising among Elders and Children

Alarming Situation as COVID-19 Cases are Rising among Elders and Children

Covid-19 cases have been increasing in America for the last few months, with weekly hospitalization cases being triple what they were two months ago. Elders have the largest rate of COVID inpatients so far, but cases of COVID among children, particularly those under the age of 5, are increasing highly. According to data from the … Read more