Health and Medicine

"For all my years of training in emergency medicine ... I didn't know how to process my own [trauma] because I'd never been taught how to do it."
"He entered the room. The nurse stood at a distance from the examination table, leaning against a countertop, like she didn’t want to be associated with him."
The patient is recovering well from the surgery and is expected to be discharged soon.
The agency is emphasizing that people should still try to prevent infections in the first place, by getting vaccinated, washing their hands, and bringing in more outdoor fresh air.
A study in the journal Science found a pattern in patients' blood proteins that could explain why some suffer from persistent symptoms, like fatigue and pain.
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