- U.S.Yahoo News
The president repeatedly cited a projection that as many as 2.2 million people would have died if the administration had “done nothing” to mitigate COVID-19’s spread.
Univ. of Washington studies antimalarial drug’s use to head off COVID-19, with Gates Foundation’s aid
University of Washington researchers are among the leaders of a newly announced clinical trial investigating whether hydroxychloroquine, a drug that's commonly used to counter malaria and autoimmune disease, can prevent COVID-19. The multi-site trial, managed by UW in collaboration with New York University's Grossman School of Medicine, aims to determine definitively whether taking the drug can prevent transmission in people exposed to the virus. "We currently don’t know if hydroxychloroquine works, but we will learn in as short a timeframe as possible what the outcome is,” principal investigator Ruanne Barnabas, associate professor of global health in the University of Washington… Read More
UnitedHealth (UNH) expands its contract with Methodist to provide its members access to the hospital's doctors amid the global crisis.
- U.S.Business Insider
I was a nurse for 30 years. We're being drafted into war, but our commander-in-chief refuses to give us the weapons and protection we need to fight it.
Alix Atwell says she and her fellow nurses have been sounding the alarm for years, but the message landed on "deaf, greedy ears."
An influencer, her husband, and their 5 kids broke quarantine to flee NYC in an RV. A wave of backlash followed.
Naomi Davis is a parenting blogger with nearly half a million Instagram followers. She has since explained more about her decision to leave New York.
- CelebrityWomen's Health
Jessie James Decker has opened up about her body insecurities on Instagram. She talked about having loose skin after having three children and how it worries her when wearing a bikini.
- EntertainmentYahoo Celebrity
Andy Cohen shares what helped him recover from COVID-19.