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All hands on deck!The ABC has a new prototype they're developing code-named Last Resort. It was created by specialist Showrunner Shawn Ryan - you may remember him from the Shield debacle in FX a few years ago - and it's headed by Andre Braugher, so it's not to be taken lightly.Join Captain Andrew Johnson and Executive Officer Greg Harbin as they observe this new potential threat. Their mission is one of reconnaissance: to study, analyze and discuss Last Resort to determine if it's the game-c ...
 
From the end of the NBA Finals to the beginning of Training Camp there is a lull in sports. This year, we got the Olympics, so that helped, but we were still missing something. Now that NFL preseason games have started, things are looking up. We check about all the summer happenings and we look forward to the next few months in sports. We cover new Timberwolf, AK47, and his wife's one free pass a year, the current state of the Vikings, some Olympics, Fantasy Football, and much, much more.
 
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The longstanding shortcomings of the US nursing home model became more visible during the COVID-19 crisis. Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, a geriatric nurse practitioner and president of the John A. Hartford Foundation in New York City, discusses the challenges skilled nursing facilities face and shares her vision for nursing homes that better serve residen…
 
After Mildest Flu Season Ever, Influenza Experts Wonder What Comes Next; Why Farmworkers Need More Than New Laws for Protection From Heat-Related Illness; COVID-19 Sets Back Efforts to See the Person in the ICU Patient Related Content: After Mildest Flu Season Ever, Influenza Experts Wonder What Comes Next Why Farmworkers Need More Than New Laws fo…
 
Many patients experience neurocognitive deficits, PTSD, and generalized weakness and disability following an intensive care unit (ICU) stay. JAMA Medical News Senior Writer Rita Rubin talks with E. Wesley Ely, MD, MPH, a professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, about ICU aftereffects, post-acute COVID-19 syndrome, and how …
 
More than half of the 80 000 emergency personnel, volunteers, and recovery and cleanup workers known to have responded to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the crash site near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, have at least 1 certified physical or mental health condition related to their exposures. Firs…
 
More than half of the 80 000 emergency personnel, volunteers, and recovery and cleanup workers known to have responded to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the crash site near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, have at least 1 certified physical or mental health condition related to their exposures. Pulm…
 
FDA’s Approval of New Alzheimer Drug Raises Many Questions; Überantibodies From Recovered COVID-19 Patients Could Spur New Therapeutics and Vaccines; Detecting Kids’ Broken Hearts—Cardiac Screening Advised During Well-Child Visits Related Content: Recently Approved Alzheimer Drug Raises Questions That Might Never Be Answered Überantibodies From Rec…
 
The Search for a Single Vaccine Against Coronaviruses Yet to Come; Semaglutide’s Success Could Usher in a “New Dawn” for Obesity Treatment; Confronting High HIV Rates Among Transgender Women With Empowerment and Gender Affirmation. Related Content: The Search for a Single Vaccine Against Coronaviruses Yet to Come Semaglutide’s Success Could Usher i…
 
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Community-Based Organizations Step Up to Confront HIV in Southern States; Restrictive Policies Threaten Efforts to Stop 2 West Virginia HIV Outbreaks; Cystic Fibrosis Affects People of All Colors, Not Just Those Who Are White Related Content: Community-Based Organizations Step Up to Confront HIV in Southern States Restrictive Policies Threaten Effo…
 
Lung transplantation has become an option of last resort for a small subset of patients with COVID-19-related acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) or pulmonary fibrosis. Ankit Bharat, MD, chief of Thoracic Surgery and director of Lung Transplant and ECMO at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, discusses his experience performing lung tr…
 
Researchers Tie Severe Immunosuppression to Chronic COVID-19 and Virus Variants; An Inside Look at a Post–COVID-19 Clinic; COVID-19 and the “Lost Year” for Smokers Trying to Quit Related Content: Researchers Tie Severe Immunosuppression to Chronic COVID-19 and Virus Variants An Inside Look at a Post–COVID-19 Clinic COVID-19 and the “Lost Year” for …
 
Michigan public officials’ decision to change Flint’s water supply in 2014 created widespread lead contamination in the city’s drinking water. Pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha, MD, MPH, revealed the tainted water’s effects on the city’s children during an unusual press conference in 2015. Although it took 7 years, a grand jury handed down indictment…
 
COVID-19 leaves some people with a troubling constellation of symptoms that has been known as long-haul COVID but now has a more formal name: postacute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC). Currently, 33 states in the US have at least 1 clinic dedicated to caring for patients with PASC. Aluko Hope, MD, a pulmonary and critical care physician, co…
 
In this Medical News podcast, Rita Rubin interviews retired neurologist Daniel Gibbs, MD, about his efforts to lessen the stigma surrounding Alzheimer disease, which he was diagnosed with 5 years ago. Related Content: Neurologist Faces His Alzheimer Diagnosis Determined to Lessen Stigma Surrounding the Disease…
 
How Sharing Clinical Notes Affects the Patient-Physician Relationship; Experts Discuss COVID-19—Variants and Vaccine Efficacy, Immunosuppressed Patients, and More; The Push for Timely Follow-up After Abnormal At-home Colon Cancer Screening Results Related Content: How Sharing Clinical Notes Affects the Patient-Physician Relationship Experts Discuss…
 
In this Medical News article, William Pettit, DO, dean of the new Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation, discusses how the first US medical school on tribal land came into being. Related Article(s): A Partnership With the Cherokee Nation Advances Medical Education on Tribal Land…
 
The Price of Success—How to Evaluate COVID-19 Vaccines When They’re Available Outside of Clinical Trials; When the Human Voice Speaks Volumes About Lung Function; COVID-19 Vaccines vs Variants—Determining How Much Immunity Is Enough Related Articles: The Price of Success—How to Evaluate COVID-19 Vaccines When They’re Available Outside of Clinical T…
 
Researchers Investigate What COVID-19 Does to the Heart; “Important Conversations” Are Needed to Explain the Nocebo Effect; Therapists Donate Their Time to Counsel Distressed Health Care Workers Related Article: Researchers Investigate What COVID-19 Does to the Heart “Important Conversations” Are Needed to Explain the Nocebo Effect Therapists Donat…
 
Pandemic Spotlights In-home Colon Cancer Screening Tests; Does Vitamin D Deficiency Raise COVID-19 Risk?; COVID-19 Conspiracies and Beyond: How Physicians Can Deal With Patients’ Misinformation Related Article(s): Pandemic Spotlights In-home Colon Cancer Screening Tests Does Vitamin D Deficiency Raise COVID-19 Risk? COVID-19 Conspiracies and Beyond…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented new challenges to people experiencing homelessness because they can't easily practice mitigation measures such as frequent handwashing and social distancing. Jennifer Tan, MD, a Massachusetts General Hospital dermatologist who has been caring for Boston's homeless population for several years, helped assemble spe…
 
Communication science expert Brian Southwell, PhD, recently launched a training workshop at the Duke University School of Medicine to address a major clinical problem: What should physicians do when patients are misinformed about their health? It’s one of only a few such programs in the nation. Southwell, a scholar with the medical school’s Social …
 
JAMA Network Articles of the Year 2020; Looking to Long-term Survivors for Improved Pancreatic Cancer Treatment; Musical Spine Surgeons Lift Spirits With Songs of Hope Related Article(s): JAMA Network Articles of the Year 2020 Looking to Long-term Survivors for Improved Pancreatic Cancer Treatment Musical Spine Surgeons Lift Spirits With Songs of H…
 
Ala Stanford, MD, founder of Philadelphia's Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium, talks with JAMA Medical News staff writer Mary Chris Jaklevic about her work to establish COVID-19 testing sites for the city's Black residents. Related Article: Surgeon Fills COVID-19 Testing Gap in Philadelphia’s Black Neighborhoods…
 
JAMA sat down with Elvis Francois and William Robinson to talk about their unexpected fame as a musical duo. Videos of the 2 performing uplifting songs, with Francois on vocals and Robinson on the piano, have gone viral, leading the 2 spine surgery fellows to record an EP at a Nashville studio this past spring. They're donating all the proceeds fro…
 
Could Frequent Testing Help Squelch COVID-19?; Nursing Homes’ Next Test—Vaccinating Workers Against COVID-19; SARS-CoV-2 Testing Hesitancy Could Hamper Mitigation Efforts Related Articles: The Challenges of Expanding Rapid Tests to Curb COVID-19 Nursing Homes’ Next Test—Vaccinating Workers Against COVID-19 First It Was Masks; Now Some Refuse Testin…
 
JAMA Medical News comes to you live from the American Heart Association’s first-ever virtual Scientific Sessions conference. Host Jennifer Abbasi chats with conference chair and AHA president-elect Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM, about this year’s hottest clinical trials and themes: fish oil vs corn oil placebo for primary or secondary prevention; Pol…
 
Large Meta-analysis Digs Into Obesity’s COVID-19 Risks; As Their Numbers Grow, COVID-19 “Long Haulers” Stump Experts; Telephone Visits Surge During the Pandemic, but Will They Last? Related articles: Large Meta-analysis Digs Into Obesity’s COVID-19 Risks As Their Numbers Grow, COVID-19 “Long Haulers” Stump Experts Telephone Visits Surge During the …
 
University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill nutrition scholar Barry Popkin, PhD, and JAMA Medical News Associate Managing Editor Jennifer Abbasi discuss new findings on obesity and COVID-19. Popkin is the lead author of a systematic review and meta-analysis on the topic that was published recently in Obesity Reviews. He is a distinguished pro…
 
What Happens When COVID-19 Collides With Flu Season?; Flu Vaccination Urged During COVID-19 Pandemic; COVID-19 and mRNA Vaccines—First Large Test for a New Approach Related Article(s): What Happens When COVID-19 Collides With Flu Season? Flu Vaccination Urged During COVID-19 Pandemic COVID-19 and mRNA Vaccines—First Large Test for a New Approach…
 
Science communications expert Dominique Brossard, PhD, and JAMA Medical News Associate Managing Editor Jennifer Abbasi discuss research-based strategies to encourage mask wearing, social distancing, and hand washing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Brossard is a professor and chair of the Department of Life Sciences Communication at the University…
 
Researchers Strive to Recruit Hard-Hit Minorities Into COVID-19 Vaccine Trials; Taking a Closer Look at COVID-19, Health Inequities, and Racism; From Auto Mechanic to Emergency Medicine Resident: Inspiring Young Blacks to Become Physicians Related articles: Researchers Strive to Recruit Hard-Hit Minorities Into COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Taking a Clos…
 
Carl Allamby, MD, discusses his circuitous route from long-time auto repair shop owner to emergency medicine resident with JAMA Medical News Senior Writer Rita Rubin. Growing up in Cleveland, Allamby never saw physicians who looked like him, but an introductory biology course required for his undergraduate business degree sparked a long dormant dre…
 
School Superintendents Confront COVID-19—“There Are No Good Options for Next Year”; Social Isolation—the Other COVID-19 Threat in Nursing Homes; COVID-19’s Lasting Impact on Medical Practices Related articles: COVID-19’s Crushing Effects on Medical Practices, Some of Which Might Not Survive School Superintendents Confront COVID-19—“There Are No Goo…
 
Chicago public health legend and retired physician Linda Rae Murray, MD, discusses systemic racism and the pandemic’s disproportionate effect among African Americans and other people of color with JAMA Medical News Associate Managing Editor Jennifer Abbasi. Dr Murray is an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago School …
 
Latin America and Its Global Partners Toil to Procure Medical Supplies as COVID-19 Pushes the Region to Its Limit; “Abandoned” Nursing Homes Continue to Face Critical Supply and Staff Shortages as COVID-19 Toll Has Mounted; Challenge Trials—Could Deliberate Coronavirus Exposure Hasten Vaccine Development? Article links: Latin America and Its Global…
 
JAMA's Angel Desai, MD, speaks with Gary Marcus, PhD, coauthor of Rebooting AI: Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust. Marcus argues that endowing machines with intelligence will require innovation that embraces the complexity of the real world. Plus: How can AI be used during COVID-19? Related: Artificial Intelligence: Promise, Pitfalls, a…
 
The University of New Mexico's Eileen Barrett, MD, MPH, speaks with JAMA's Jennifer Abbasi about the pandemic's mental and emotional toll on health care workers—and how they and their employers can safeguard their well-being. Read the Article: Prioritizing Physician Mental Health as COVID-19 Marches On…
 
A new exhibit on the 1918 flu pandemic asks: What is an individual's responsibility to their community during a pandemic? Exhibit curator Jane Boyd and museum manager Nancy Hill take Jennifer Abbasi on a tour of the medical museum's new exhibit just weeks before the COVID-19 outbreak first emerged. Pandemic Part 1: 1918 Flu Pandemic and COVID-19 Re…
 
Medical historian Howard Markel, MD, PhD, director of the University of Michigan's Center for the History of Medicine, speaks with JAMA Fishbein fellow Angel Desai, MD, about lessons from the devastating 1918 flu pandemic. Markel discusses his research into the effects of social distancing on US death rates during the worldwide outbreak. Pandemic P…
 
David Strauss, MD, PhD, of the FDA talks with Jennifer Abbasi about his recent studies in JAMA investigating sunscreen safety Related: FDA Trials Find Sunscreen Ingredients in Blood, but Risk Is Uncertain Effect of Sunscreen Application Under Maximal Use Conditions on Plasma Concentration of Sunscreen Active Ingredients: A Randomized Clinical Trial…
 
The 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak exemplifies ongoing biothreats to global security, as each new threat tests principles of preparation and response at national, regional, and clinical levels. Tom Inglesby, MD, director of the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses biosecurity with…
 
JAMA Medical News is coming to you live from the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions conference in Philadelphia. In this episode, host Jennifer Abbasi interviews Stanford University’s Christopher Gardner, PhD, about the nutrition consensus and controversies discussed at this year’s meeting. When it comes to salt, eggs, dairy, and meat,…
 
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