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Should you worry about data from your period-tracking app being used against you?

After a draft opinion from the Supreme Court indicating that Roe v. Wade would be overturned, people were expressing concerns about the privacy of period-tracking app information - now, experts answer questions on data access and usage.... Read more»0

Travel nurses see swift change of fortunes as COVID money runs dry

As COVID hospitalization rates stabilize, at least for now, and federal and state COVID relief funding dries up, travel nurse contracts that were plentiful and lucrative are vanishing and hospitals nationwide are focused on recruiting full-time nurses.... Read more»0

Growing pains for telemedicine after pandemic made it a hit with patients, providers

Major health systems, clinics and private practices pivoted swiftly to telemedicine when the pandemic forced the nation to shelter in place and patients could no longer safely venture into health care settings, but video services were not equally prepared for the titanic influx in users.... Read more»0

Backed by millions in public & private cash, rapid COVID tests are coming to stores near you

Scientists and lawmakers agree that over-the-counter COVID tests could allow desk workers to settle back into their cubicles and make it easier to reopen schools and travel. Corporate giants and startups alike plan to offer a dizzying array of test options, most costing between $10 and $110.... Read more»0