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OPINION: The United States needs 5 times more child psychiatrists

OPINION: The United States needs 5 times more child psychiatrists

Psychiatrist Coline Stordeur talks to a young girl in her room in the pediatric unit at Robert Debré Hospital, in Paris, France, Tuesday, March 2, 2021. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena) Between falling test scores and rising rates of mental illness, American children are not doing well. COVID-19 is an easy villain, but signs of stress showed …

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The United States and its allies fight to support protesters in a watershed moment for Iran

The United States and its allies fight to support protesters in a watershed moment for Iran

The United States, its allies and individuals around the world are fighting to support protesters in Iran in what observers say is a watershed moment that could tip the scales for regime change in Tehran. President Biden said in early November that “we are going to liberate Iran. They will soon be released. But outside …

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Analysis |  The United States needs five times as many child psychiatrists

Analysis | The United States needs five times as many child psychiatrists

Comment this story Comment Between falling test scores and rising rates of mental illness, American children are not doing well. Covid is an easy villain, but signs of tension appeared long before this virus took hold: Anxiety in children increased by 27% and depression by 24% between 2016 and 2019, according to data from the …

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Stopping the Rollover: Why Some States Want to Guarantee Medicaid Coverage from Birth to Age 6

Stopping the Rollover: Why Some States Want to Guarantee Medicaid Coverage from Birth to Age 6

Prior to the onset of the covid-19 public health emergency in 2020, millions of children were using and leaving Medicaid each year – an indication that many were losing coverage due to administrative issues, rather than because of their child’s income. family had increased and made them ineligible. Spurred by lessons from the pandemic era, …

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Each state's medical best practices must be brought to the national level: Lov Verma, former health secretary, GOI - ET HealthWorld

Each state’s medical best practices must be brought to the national level: Lov Verma, former health secretary, GOI – ET HealthWorld

Shahid Akhter, Editor-in-Chief, ETHealthworld, spoke with hunting vermaformer Health Secretary, GOI, for his views on various health policies, initiatives and infrastructure. National health policyI think the national health policy is a very welcome step. It was formulated in 2017. But I think it needs to be enforced because we’ve talked a lot about these things, …

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Revitalist and Wake Network Announce Joint Venture Partnership to Open Psychedelic Clinics and Retreats Across the United States

Revitalist and Wake Network Announce Joint Venture Partnership to Open Psychedelic Clinics and Retreats Across the United States

Vancouver, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–REVITALIST LIFESTYLE AND WELLNESS LTD. (“Revitalist” or the “Company”) (CSE: CALM) (OTCQB: RVLWF) (FSE: 4DO), Revitalist and WAKE Network, Inc. announce joint venture partnership opening psychedelic clinics and retreats with vertical offerings with a medical and therapeutic approach. Revitalist continues to establish its presence as the premier full-service psychedelic wellness clinic offering …

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Decades of efforts to reduce the risk of stillbirth in the United States have been offset by newly identified risks

Decades of efforts to reduce the risk of stillbirth in the United States have been offset by newly identified risks

According to a study led by Rutgers, a decades-long effort to reduce the stillbirth rate in the United States has stalled, as has progress in closing a persistent gap between excessive stillbirths suffered by black women compared to women. white. “Over the past 40 years, we have reduced some risk factors for stillbirth, such as …

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Study: Ophthalmology residency programs in the United States rank last for diversity

Study: Ophthalmology residency programs in the United States rank last for diversity

A UC Davis Health study1 On the racial and ethnic makeup of residency programs in the United States, ophthalmology programs rank last in recruiting underrepresented minority groups compared to other specialties. “We know from previous research that a diverse physician workforce that reflects our patient population can lead to reduced health care disparities, better access …

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Some states are reconsidering Medicaid enrollment for children.

Why some states want to guarantee Medicaid coverage from birth to age 6

Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 public health emergency in 2020, millions of children were using and leaving Medicaid each year – an indication that many were losing coverage due to administrative issues, rather than family income. increased and made them ineligible. Spurred by lessons from the pandemic era, several states are rethinking their …

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COVID public health emergency in the United States to stay in place

COVID public health emergency in the United States to stay in place

WASHINGTON, Nov 11 (Reuters) – The United States will maintain public health emergency status for the COVID-19 pandemic in place, allowing millions of Americans to continue to receive tests, vaccines and treatments free, two Biden administration officials said Friday. The possibility of a winter surge in COVID cases and the need for more time to …

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