Physician

Physician Warns of ‘Stroke Season’ After Flu Season

An urgent care physician claimed that after flu season, about three or four weeks later, there is a stroke season.

CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen Slammed After Admitting There’s Been ‘Overcounting’ of COVID Deaths

CNN medical analyst and Washington Post columnist Dr. Leana Wen admitted in a column, Friday, that the medical community is "overcounting" the amount of "COVID deaths and hospitalizations."

CVS Fires Christian Nurse Who Couldn’t Fill Prescriptions for Abortion-Causing Drugs

The CVS pharmacy chain is facing another lawsuit accusing the company of religious discrimination against one of its former employees.

Few Schools Returning to Mask Mandates as COVID Cases Increase

At least five school districts, most in the northeast of the country, have reinstated mask requirements for students amid an uptick in COVID-19 infections, and two requested that students be tested for the virus before returning to school from winter break.

Bills’ Hamlin Progress: Removes Breathing Tube, Talks with Team

Bills safety Hamlin makes remarkable recovery after cardiac arrest.

Pharmacies Can Now Sell Abortion Pills

FDA allows retail pharmacies to provide abortion medication to patients with prescriptions from qualified healthcare providers, expanding access to the drug.

Tennessee Lawmakers to Add Abortion Law Exemptions

A bipartisan effort has been made to add exemptions to Tennessee's current abortion law.

EXCLUSIVE: The Global Push for ‘Assisted Suicide’

A worldwide campaign for euthanasia is underway in several countries.

Southwest Airlines Flight Cancellations Continue to Snowball

Travelers who counted on Southwest Airlines to get them home suffered another wave of canceled flights Wednesday, and pressure grew on the federal government to help customers get reimbursed for unexpected expenses they incurred because of the airline’s meltdown.

Planned Parenthood in Kansas Announces Telemedicine Abortions

A Planned Parenthood affiliate announced Tuesday that its clinics in Kansas are offering medication abortions through telemedicine as the state’s abortion providers say they are seeing an influx of appointment requests from women in states with stricter abortion laws.

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