‘Lurching Between Crisis and Complacency’: Was This Our Last Covid Surge?

The Coronavirus Pandemic liveCovid-19 Updates Coronavirus Map and Cases Covid’s Last Surge? Vaccination Tracker Vaccine FAQ Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story ‘Lurching Between Crisis and Complacency’: Was This Our Last Covid Surge? Rising immunity and modest changes in behavior may explain why cases are declining, but much remains… Read More »

088: Abs after baby with Daisy Andrea Bravo

Hi friends! Happy Thursday! I’ve got a new episode up on the ‘pod and today I’m chatting with Daisy Andrea Bravo about abs after baby. When you hear “abs after baby,” it’s easy to think about getting a six-pack (or getting your six-pack back) because that’s the messaging that we’re constantly bombarded with online. I’m… Read More »

Number of babies born to foreign mothers in England and Wales hit record high last year

Covid pandemic and cost of living rises lead to the lowest British fertility rate since 1938 with women having just 1.58 children each and new births down 4% to two-decade low More than three quarters of babies born in part of England and Wales were to foreign mothers, ONS revealed  Some 613,936 babies were born… Read More »

Majority of burned-out clinical support staff point to patient communications as the culprit

A study published this week from the patient experience vendor WELL Health found that the vast majority of frontline clinical support staff are reporting moderate to extreme burnout.   Nearly two-thirds say they’ve considered switching jobs or quitting due to stress.   “While much has been reported on doctor and nurse burnout, less attention has… Read More »