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Florida weekly COVID report: 11,454 new cases, 280 resident deaths

6 days ago   |   By Orlando Sentinel

The state Department of Health reported 11,454 new coronavirus cases this week among Florida residents to bring the cumulative total to 2,300,786. With 280 more fatalities, 37,265 Florida residents are now dead.
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Tele-rheumatology debate pits efficient care against reduced doctor-patient relationship

Tele-rheumatology debate pits efficient care against reduced doctor-patient relationship

7 days ago   |   By Healio

While COVID-19 ushered in what many believe to be a long overdue increase in telehealth in rheumatology, whether its benefits justify the potentially diminished doctor-patient relationship remained hotly debated during the EULAR 2021 Congress.
Polina Pchelnikova, MD, of the Standing Committee of People with Arthritis/Rheumatism in Europe , EULAR, Zurich, Switzerland, presented in favor of remote patient care, while Johannes Knitza, MD, of the department of internal medicine, and the department of rheumatology and immunology at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen- Nürnberg,
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COVID Takes Heavy Toll on International Med School Grads

COVID Takes Heavy Toll on International Med School Grads

7 days ago   |   By MedPageToday

Graduates of international medical schools practicing in the U.S. were more likely to die of COVID-19 than their numbers in the physician workforce would suggest, according to a study that relied partly on data collected by MedPage...
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COVID-19 Death Toll Higher for International Medical Graduates

7 days ago   |   By Medscape

A disproportionate share of the US physicians who died from COVID-19 in 2020 had graduated from medical schools outside the United States.
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A California county reduced its covid-19 death toll by 25 percent OVERNIGHT after realizing covid "deaths" were wildly exaggerated

A California county reduced its covid-19 death toll by 25 percent OVERNIGHT after realizing covid "deaths" were wildly exaggerated

7 days ago   |   By Natural News

Alameda County California recently reduced its covid-19 death toll by 25 percent. An investigation found that these fatalities were not a “direct result” of SARS-CoV-2. The previous death toll of 1,634 was reduced to 1,223 fatalities OVERNIGHT. Just like that, health authorities admitted to widespread medical fraud when making a final determination for...
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Amid Cigna controversy, AMA adopts policy on financial incentives for...

Amid Cigna controversy, AMA adopts policy on financial incentives for switching treatment

The AMA has adopted a new policy that discourages health insurance companies from offering financial incentives to patients for switching medications, according to the... Read more ...

Well-connected ex-banker takes on council over Elsternwick tower plan

A Melbourne businessman has hired a barrister and lobbyists to fight a tower over his back fence approved by Glen Eira Council. The council isn't backing down. Read more ...

Alex Hawke: Powerbroker who signed off on shift for Biloela family

Immigration Minister Alex Hawke made one of the highest-profile policy decisions of his career when he allowed the Biloela family to move to community detention. Read more ...

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Media's barrister circles Ben Roberts-Smith, campaign by campaign

Ben Roberts-Smith had a challenging day in the witness box on Friday, on day 10 of the 10-week trial. Read more ...