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Overcoming Psychological Biases Is the Best Treatment Against COVID-19 Yet
How Hospitals Can Meet the Needs of Non-Covid Patients During the Pandemic
Many Medical Decision Tools Disadvantage Black Patients
How to Wear a Face Mask Correctly: Common Mistakes to Avoid
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As Doctors See Coronavirus-Kidney Link, Worry Grows Over Dialysis Machines
Who Gets a Shot at Life if Hospitals Run Short of Ventilators?
Doctors Worry They Will be Forced Into Life-or-Death Decisions Amid Virus Pandemic: "I'm Not God"
The Health 202: At Least Half of COVID-19 Patients On Ventilators Don't Make It
Which Coronavirus Patients Get Ventilators, And How Will California Hospitals Decide?
First-Come, First-Served Healthcare No Longer Applies. We Must Now Allocate Care To Those Who Will Benefit The Most | Opinion
Faced With a Crush Of Patients, Besieged NYC Hospitals Struggle With Life-or-Death Decisions
How Do Hospitals Decide Which COVID-19 Patients To Treat First?
Hospitals Might Have To Stop Trying to Resuscitate Coronavirus Patients who Code
US May Not Resuscitate The Dying to Aid Coronavirus Doctors as Cases Overtake China
As Coronavirus Pandemic Surges, Hospitals Prepare for Grim Possibility Of ‘Ventilator Triage’
Hospitals Consider Universal Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders for Coronavirus Patients
Editorial: We Don’t Know How the Coronavirus Pandemic Ends. Medical Professionals are Preparing For The Worst.
Coronavirus Math Shows the Importance of Social Distancing, and the Horrible Consequences of Not Doing it
Hospitals Trying to Figure Out How They Would Ration Ventilators as Coronavirus Cases Rise in New York
Coronavirus Update: Millennials Might be Falling Seriously Sick
‘We Are Not Prepared.’ Coronavirus Surge a Time Bomb for US Hospitals, Experts Warn
How Much Does COVID-19 Affect Millennials? New CDC Data Offer a Clue
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