The Trump administration is asking governors to consider sending the National Guard to hospitals to help improve data collection — a decision that is sparking controversy about whether the data is reliable.
At college health centers, students have long battled misdiagnoses and inaccessible care. This fall, they’ll face a pandemic, too. Medical supply shortages continue in the United States. And the power of a food boycott.
Reta Mays, no certification or license to care for patients, admitted that she injected elderly veterans with lethal doses of insulin while she was assigned to tend to them on the local overnight shift at the West Virginia facility.
While many people familiar with the process have said they hope the new name is in place before Washington’s regular season opener on Sept. 13, there is a sense the team and NFL are shooting for something much faster than that.
Satirical videos poking fun at Karens, the stereotypical name associated with rude, obnoxious middle aged white women, have become almost as popular as the viral videos of Karens themselves. And it’s sometimes difficult to tell the difference between the spoofs and the real deal.