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The Importance of Addressing Workplace Stress Employers can do much more to help their employees relieve stress during the pandemic. By Reed Erickson May 07, 2021 From juggling projects to navigating conflicts with coworkers and everything in between, work can be a source of a lot of stress in our lives. April is …

John William Doll, CPA, CFO of RWJBarnabas Health, detailed where the health system stands financially, why it hasn’t yet reached a ‘new normal,’ and how it will navigate a changing industry. For RWJBarnabas Health, the 11-hospital system based in West Orange, New Jersey, emerging from the pandemic is complicated. At the end of April, there …

Two Virginia health districts are turning high schools into clinics this week to vaccinate students 16 and older and their parents. Alexia Lehman’s first time back inside Skyline High School since the pandemic was to get vaccinated. She turned 16 Saturday and is eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. “I feel more comfortable in this …

The NBC10 Boston Investigators have learned the top public health employee in the town of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, is retiring after a report found “multiple failures” in how he handled the COVID-19 pandemic. Last month, the town’s investigation faulted Robert Philbrick for a variety of decisions, including his oversight of the East Bridgewater Commercial Club …

Los Angeles and San Francisco are leading the way toward a broader reopening of California businesses. Both cities have met virus case thresholds for the least-restrictive yellow tier, according to the latest update on the state’s COVID-19 dashboard. The move will allow indoor bars to reopen, larger crowds to cheer on Major League Baseball’s Dodgers …

While the Biden administration has been racing to maximize the number of Americans vaccinated against COVID-19, government researchers have also been working on what form the next generation of vaccines will take. They may be combined with the seasonal flu vaccine, or could come in the form of pills or patches instead of shots. Scientists …

Kanopy Center for Modern and Contemporary Dance co-artistic director Robert Cleary carries a piece of flooring designed to absorb weight and pressure inside the dance company’s new location at 329 W. Mifflin St. The special flooring for dancers was removed from Kanopy’s former studios on State Street.  JOHN HART, STATE JOURNAL The technology piece is …

WHO estimates that more than 100 million people around the world are pushed into poverty every year … [+] because of healthcare costs. ACCESS Health international There has never been a better argument for Universal Health Coverage (UHC) than the devastating global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. As widespread infectious disease outbreaks are increasing in …

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are going to be first-time parents in a few months, and this will be the first grandchild on both sides of the family (and the first baby in almost 18 years). Jeanne Phillips  We are excited to share this experience with them. However, I have some concerns about after …

San Diegans wishing to get a COVID-19 shot can now show up at a County-hosted clinic and get vaccinated without an appointment. The number of daily shots available for people without appointments is limited at each site. You can see a complete list of locations here. COVID-19 vaccines are available at no cost to anyone …