Short on Staff, Some Hospices Ask New Patients To Wait

At Lumina, where staff turnover has run 80 percent higher than usual, “we’ve had job postings for months without any applicants at all,” Dr. Kao said. It has begun offering $2,000 bonuses for registered nurses. Hospice aides, who are usually certified nursing assistants, are being lured away, too, sometimes leaving health care entirely. “When they’re […]

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Hate Crimes and Pandemic Lead More Asian Americans to Seek Therapy

Even before the coronavirus pandemic, life was not as easy as it looked for Julian Sarafian. He was the valedictorian of his high school, a White House intern and a Harvard Law School graduate, but he was also in a yearslong battle with anxiety. Then, in November of last year, he came down with symptoms […]

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What You Need to Know About the Latest Aspirin Recommendations

For years, many doctors have recommended that people in their 50s start taking a low-dose aspirin every day to protect heart health and, more recently, to prevent colon cancer. So it was a shock this week when an independent panel made recommendations to curb aspirin use. But don’t throw out your aspirin bottle just yet. […]

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The Highs and Lows of Finding Love on the Spectrum

Long before he was diagnosed with A.S.D. at 35, Steve Asbell of Orange Park, Fla., had one of his worst dating experiences. He had traveled to Kansas to see a woman he considered to be his “long-distance girlfriend.” It was only after approximately “43 missed social cues and 71 euphemisms” that he understood what was […]

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What Do You Like to Do During a Mental Health Day?

Taking a mental health day can help you return to work or school feeling refreshed and recharged, but it is not always easy to figure out what to do during those precious free hours. If you have taken a day off to care for your mental well-being, how did you use your free time? Did […]

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F.D.A. Authorizes E-Cigarettes to Stay on U.S. Market for the First Time

The Food and Drug Administration for the first time on Tuesday authorized an electronic cigarette to be sold in the United States, a significant turn in one of the most contentious public health debates in decades. In greenlighting a device and tobacco-flavored cartridges marketed by R.J. Reynolds under the brand name Vuse, the agency signaled […]

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Mayim Bialik Wants the ‘Jeopardy!’ Job. Is She ‘Neutral’ Enough?

After the succession debacle at “Jeopardy!” turned one of television’s most respected game shows into a punchline on late-night talk shows and at the Emmy Awards, Mayim Bialik took over as a temporary host this season with a simple goal: not to draw too much attention to herself. Her job, as she sees it, is […]

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Why Air Quality Monitors Are the Hot New Back-to-School Accessory

When Lizzie Rothwell, an architect in Philadelphia, sent her son to third grade this fall, she stocked his blue L.L. Bean backpack with pencils, wide-ruled paper — and a portable carbon dioxide monitor. The device gave her a quick way to assess how much fresh air was flowing through the school. Low levels of CO2 […]

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Shannen Doherty Reveals Ravages of Breast Cancer in Candid Photos

One picture shows the actress Shannen Doherty completely bald, a bloody cotton ball in her nose as she stares straight at the camera, looking almost confrontational. Another is more playful — Ms. Doherty, 50, is in bed wearing Cookie Monster pajamas and a Cookie Monster eye mask. She confesses to how exhausted she is, how […]

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First, Impressive Vaccines for Covid. Next Up: The Flu.

As the world grapples with Covid-19, influenza isn’t getting much attention these days. But the flu’s global impact is staggering: three million to five million cases of severe illness every year, and up to 650,000 deaths. Every few decades, a new flu strain spills over from animals and leads to a pandemic. The deadly toll […]

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Overlooked No More: Violet Piercy, Pioneering Marathoner

This article is part of Overlooked, a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times. One Saturday in March 1935, Violet Piercy left her home in Clapham, in southwest London, and headed across the Thames and up to Highgate, a neighborhood in the north of the city. […]

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Covid Rapid At-Home Tests: How Accurate Are They and Other Questions Answered

The bottom line is that the more often you use the tests, the better, said Dr. Michael Mina, an epidemiologist at Harvard and a proponent of rapid testing. (Dr. Mina advises Detect, Inc., a diagnostics company working on a rapid molecular test.) If you want to spend time with a medically vulnerable person, you should […]

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