Despite what you may have read in a text message or on social media, there are currently no plans for a national quarantine, let alone martial law.
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For most Americans alive today, the idea of shared national sacrifice is a memory handed down from a grandparent or something seen in a movie.
Croatia has experienced a series of aftershocks a day after a strong earthquake caused widespread damage and injured at least 27 people amid a partial coronavirus lockdown of the capital.
COVID-19: As leaders during this global pandemic, we must properly manage two main areas in our organizations: planning and communication.
PG&E said it will plead guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the 2018 fire in Northern California that killed 84 people and decimated three towns.
Louisiana, New York, and Georgia lead the nation in the number of nursing homes with coronavirus cases, a federal report shows.
Frustratingly, some teens are ignoring that they're potential carriers of the virus that might kill their older relatives and others.
How To Handle Life "On Pause": A Therapist's Advice For Mental Health During The Coronavirus Pandemic
A traditionally effective way of working through anxiety is to play out the worst-case scenario: Saying “And then what?” until you get to a place where you regain a sense of control and certainty.
Hospital leaders are increasingly sounding the alarm about the health care system in the U.S. and its readiness to absorb waves of patients.
There is one not-for-profit—even downright socialized—healthcare system in the U.S. that many rarely consider.