By Robert PreidtHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Oct. 12, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Experts are warning that the upcoming flu season could be severe as social distancing measures are relaxed across the United States, but a new survey finds that 6 in 10 Americans may delay or skip a flu shot. However, it also found that 98%… Continue reading Survey: 60% of Americans Will Delay or Skip Flu Shot This Year
“We cannot sit back and watch this unfold. Children need support as soon as a problem is identified, and not be left to suffer in silence on a waiting list for months on end, risking even more damage to their mental health,” said director of policy Imran Hussain. Source link
Sept. 20, 2021 — Critical care nurse Beth Wathen has been looking after seriously ill patients for 35 years. But nothing could have prepared her for the last 18 months.
Wathen, who works in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital Colorado, said it is impossible to describe the overwhelming death and… Continue reading Survey: 2/3 of Critical Care Nurses Consider Quitting Due to COVID-19
The charity Engage Britain polled more than 4,000 British adults on their attitudes to the NHS. Source link
July 29, 2021 — Much attention and literature have focused on increased doctor burnout, which has worsened during the COVID-19 global pandemic. But according to a new survey, this burnout also has an impact on patients.
The research, published by virtual healthcare technology company Wheel and independent research firm PureSpectrum, found that 80%… Continue reading Doctor Burnout Is Affecting Patients: Survey
By Robert PreidtHealthDay Reporter
MONDAY, July 26, 2021 (HealthDay News) — As a new school year approaches, U.S. parents are nearly evenly split on whether they’ll vaccinate their young kids when a COVID-19 vaccine is approved for their age group, a new survey finds.
“It’s important that parents and providers don’t… Continue reading Survey: Parents Split on COVID Vaccination for Kids Under 12
Four in 10 adults in England have become fatter during the pandemic, a survey suggests. Source link
July 9, 2021 — Most U.S. adults (77%) ages 50 and older in the United States rated their overall health as good, very good, or excellent in an online survey conducted by WebMD and Capital Caring Health (CCH), a nonprofit hospice/advanced illness care organization based in Virginia.
Among the respondents, 41% said their… Continue reading Most U.S. Adults 50 and Older Report Good Health: Survey
June 21, 2021 — Keeva Blackwood, Deidra Fryer, and Tricia Stewart Moody have a few things in common. They all live in Maryland, all of them are Black mothers, and they all believe the medical community in this country discriminates against African Americans. They say they or their loved ones have experienced discrimination in… Continue reading Survey Highlights Unequal U.S. Health Care System
Invisibly: “Parents Are Cautious to Vaccinate Their Kids Against COVID.” NBC News: “Pfizer requests FDA clearance for vaccine in kids ages 12 to 15.”
Today: “When will kids get the COVID-19 vaccine? What we know now.” News release, Johnson & Johnson, April 2, 2021. Tanya Haas, North Branch, NY. Gretchen Schaeffer, Bangor, ME. Donna… Continue reading Survey: Parents to Wait to Get Kids’ COVID Vaccine