Coronavirus Update: Trump: Americans Should Work from Home/Case Fatality Rates, Flu vs COVID-19

American life as we know it has changed drastically over the past week, and today President Trump asked all Americans to work from home if they can and to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people. The NBA, NHL and PGA, college basketball and other US sports have all suspended play. Nearly 20 … Read more about Coronavirus Update: Trump: Americans Should Work from Home/Case Fatality Rates, Flu vs COVID-19

2018 Olympics: Threat of North Korean Attack Lessens; What You Still Need to Know about PyeongChang Medical Facilities

North Korea will be sending athletes to compete in South Korea In less than a month, millions of people from around the world will venture to PyeongChang, South Korea, for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. In what South Korea has called the “peace games,” the North Korean and South Korean … Read more about 2018 Olympics: Threat of North Korean Attack Lessens; What You Still Need to Know about PyeongChang Medical Facilities

Inside the Opioid Crisis

Every 19 minutes someone dies from an accidental drug overdose. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirm that 1 in 4 who use opioid painkillers get addicted to them. In a span of 16 years, more than 183,000 people have died in the US from overdoses related to opioids. On average, … Read more about Inside the Opioid Crisis