The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people live, work and socialize – but what if the coronavirus had hit 40 years ago?
Researchers at Imperial College in London have found that COVID-19 could have caused 40 million deaths worldwide this year without preventative measures.
Are we doing enough to flatten the curve of COVID-19? Is a 'Great Depression II' coming to a post-coronavirus world? We spoke with AMU's Dr. Chris Reynolds.
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.
Louisiana, New York, and Georgia lead the nation in the number of nursing homes with coronavirus cases, a federal report shows.
What are the biggest qualities you should look for in a first responder candidate? Hiring a outstanding first responder starts with aligned values.
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.
Let’s not panic. Instead, let’s all take those measures necessary to protect ourselves and our loved ones to reduce the number of cases.
COVID-19: Restaurant employees -- many of whom aren't paid when not working -- face hardships worsened by many U.S. companies asking staff to work from home.