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The Remarkable Rise of Pharma’s Reputation in the Pandemic

The reputation of the pharmaceutical industry gained a “whopping” 30 points between January 2020 and February 2021, based on the latest Harris Poll in their research into industries’ reputations. The study was written up by Beth Snyder Bulik in FiercePharma. Beth writes that, “a whopping two-thirds of Americans now offer a thumbs-up on pharma” as… Read More »

Concerns rise that the system for diagnosing epidemics is failing

Bloomberg—How big is the coronavirus outbreak? A lot bigger than we were initially told, it turns out. On Thursday, confirmed cases of Covid-19 in China’s Hubei Province—the epidemic’s epicenter—jumped by almost 15,000. It’s not that there was a sudden wave of new infections. Rather, the increase reflects a change in how China counts patients; it… Read More »

US Sees Sharp Drop In Visit To Primary Care Providers, As Costs Rise : Shots – Health News – NPR

Enlarge this image Sure, you can shoot your doctor an email, or hit the urgent care clinic when you have a sore throat. But those convenient alternatives may be less likely than regular visits to a primary provider to catch symptoms that ebb and flow, yet might signal a larger health problem. Joe Raedle/Getty Images… Read More »

Why depression is on the rise

When it comes to spending on social welfare, the U. 1980s and between 1990 and 2000, as well as for nations in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Economic Development. The impact is made worse when perpetrators are people who are supposed to protect and nurture, in environments why depression is on the rise are… Read More »

World Health Organization chief to meet Chinese officials in Beijing as coronavirus deaths rise

A family wearing masks stands in Tiananmen Square on January 26, 2020 in Beijing, China Betsy Joles Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organization’s director general, is traveling to Beijing, China, to meet with government and health officials on the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. The WHO has so far declined to declare the dangerous respiratory… Read More »