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The COVID-19 pandemic created a crisis in the nursing staffing, causing many U.S. hospitals and clinics to spend astronomical amounts to help handle the influx of patients this summer. According to health leaders, the problem is twofold. First, nurses are...
Nearly immediately after Texas banned abortions, Democrats began to condemn the law as unconstitutional and an attack on women's rights that should be challenged. However, the reactions of many Republicans on both sides have not been as strong. Though some in...
The COVID-19 epidemic is putting a strain on oxygen supplies, sending hospitals scrambling to find more ventilators. However, there are some signs that the spread of this virus is slowing in certain areas of the U.S. A hospital in Tulsa,...
Rodrigo Duterte, the tough-talking Philippine President, has confirmed that he will run for vice president next year in what critics call an attempt to circumvent constitutional term limits. Duterte is well-known for his vulgar rhetoric, crackdown on illegal drug use,...
Japan will increase its coronavirus emergency status for the second week in succession Wednesday. This was due to an increase in infection rates caused by the Delta variant strains of the country's healthcare system. Last week, the government extended the...
After recovering from an infection, Irman Pahlepi was able to resume his work at Jakarta's Dr. Suyoto hospital. He immediately began treating COVID-19 patients. As the number of Indonesian infections is on the rise and death rates are steadily increasing,...
The West African region is experiencing a resurgence in coronavirus cases. This is causing grave problems in cemeteries, where the death toll is rising, and in hospitals where there are fewer beds. These visible shifts are also driving a reluctant...


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UK calls in the army to ease gas shortages at pumps

British gas stations were crowded with cars for the fourth day, Monday. This was as the government considered sending in the army to ease...