7 key pieces of advice to sway more people to get vaccinated — and more health stories
February 10, 2021 // FOUND IN: News
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- Overcoming COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: A group of experts provide 7 key pieces of advice for convincing more people to get vaccinated when their turn comes up.
- Your Smartphone Can Help Fight COVID. Here’s How: 6 ways to use your device to help yourself and others during the pandemic.
- The Many Triggers of Broken Heart Syndrome: The condition, also known as stress-induced cardiomyopathy or takotsubo syndrome, can happen after any type of stressful event.
- Personalized Screening to Identify Teens with High Suicide Risk: A universal screening tool used during emergency visits reliably predicts an adolescent or teen’s suicide risk.
- County by County, Study Shows Social Inequality in COVID-19’s Toll: A new study shows just how unevenly COVID-19 deaths and cases have played out across the country.
- Subset of COVID-19 Patients Have Increased Bleeding Risk: Study finds some COVID-19 patients have an unbalanced ability to break down clots, which is linked to a potential clinical biomarker.
- Indoors and Outdoors, COVID-19 Reveals Unequal Access: And those who are Hispanic or Black, or who have lower incomes or poor health to begin with, are more likely to lack a safe isolation place in their home.
- Immune Cells Suggest Men and Women with ALS May Benefit from Different Treatment: A new study of the immune system shows the appeal of personalized medicine for future Lou Gehrig’s Disease care.
- How to Best Manage Crohn’s Disease: Overall, the gastroenterology duo analyzed a total of 88 publications to weigh in on the most effective evidence-based ways to treat the disease. Here’s what they found.
- Children’s Hospital Stay for Severe Sepsis Associated with Income Disparities: Children from lower-income socioeconomic backgrounds may be at higher risk of longer hospital stays from this life-threatening condition, findings suggest.
- COVID-19 Coverage: Get the latest stories from the Michigan Health and the Michigan Health Lab on the coronavirus outbreak.