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Telehealth, which went up dramatically in use during the Covid-19 pandemic, has long been envisioned as a way to help patients without forcing them to trek to a clinic. Reaching a doctor by computer or phone can be easier for patients who can’t take time off work, need to juggle child care or have to take a string of buses to get to a medical office.
A US safety regulator’s decision last week to sue Amazon.com Inc could bring clarity to a question that has long befuddled courts and state legislatures nationwide: Who is responsible when a product bought from the world’s largest online retailer hurts or kills someone?
Psychiatrist warn about a growing addiction to smart devices and Internet gaming affecting children and adolescents, that is increasing during the lockdown.
Last year, companies around the US scrambled to figure out how to shut down their offices and set up their employees for remote work as the Covid-19 virus suddenly bore down on the world.
Podcasts are surging in popularity as topics considered taboo under strict media controls are being discussed through the less traditional platform instead.
Following their split, Bill and Melinda French Gates' foundations have become increasingly divergent including on the causes and startups they support.
A new social media campaign aims to warn drivers about the dangers of leaving a child or pet unattended in the car.
Studies have shown numerous benefits of note sharing. Patients who read their notes understand more about their health, better remember their treatment plan and are more likely to stick to their medication regimen.
Conspiracy theories, driven by the global health crisis, are taking root in Europe more than ever, drawing inspiration from the QAnon movement in the United States.
The man in the WhatsApp video says he has seen it work himself: A few drops of lemon juice in the nose will cure Covid-19.