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An analysis of workers’ compensation claims in New York found that 71 percent of claimants with long Covid needed continuing medical treatment or were...

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    “Long Covid has harmed the work force,” says a new report on workers’ compensation claims in New York state. It found that most people who received workers’ comp for long Covid either needed medical treatment or were unable to work for six months or more. https://t.co/5FvrW1EreD - view on twitter

An analysis of workers’ compensation claims in New York found that 71 percent of claimants with long Covid needed continuing medical treatment or were...

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    “Long Covid has harmed the work force,” says a new report on workers’ compensation claims in New York state. It found that most people who received workers’ comp for long Covid either needed medical treatment or were unable to work for six months or more. https://t.co/5FvrW1EreD - view on twitter

The case, brought by GenBioPro, a company that makes one of two abortion drugs, argues that it is unconstitutional for a state to bar...

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    An abortion pill maker is suing the state of West Virginia, saying the state cannot legally ban a federally approved drug. The case, claiming such state bans are unconstitutional, is part of an expected wave of post-Roe lawsuits focusing on abortion pills. https://t.co/jkjc87YEFd - view on twitter

Switching from a 10-digit number has improved the reach of the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, crisis workers said. It has fielded over two...

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    The National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, also known as the new 988 hotline, has been operational for only six months. It has already handled more than two million inquiries. https://t.co/xDq24OrLe0 - view on twitter

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We all stray from exercise sometimes. Here’s how your body will bounce...

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    The holidays are long since done, but some of us still haven’t gotten back into our workout habits. How long does it take to get out of shape? And how long to get it back? https://t.co/zOWIlswdVb - view on twitter

The government plans to aggressively audit Medicare Advantage plans for overbilling but may face...

The case, brought by GenBioPro, a company that makes one of two abortion drugs, argues that it is unconstitutional for a state to bar...

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    An abortion pill maker is suing the state of West Virginia, saying the state cannot legally ban a federally approved drug. The case, claiming such state bans are unconstitutional, is part of an expected wave of post-Roe lawsuits focusing on abortion pills. https://t.co/Akh9ZZe8uF - view on twitter

Learning delays and regressions were most severe in developing countries and among children from low-income backgrounds. And students still haven’t caught...

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    Many young children failed to reintegrate to classrooms quickly because they needed to relearn basic socialization skills, one clinician said, while teenagers returned to schools bearing anxiety disorders “beyond anything I’ve ever seen in my career.” https://t.co/0J2CRg7mNZ - view on twitter

The state is taking action against three major drug companies and the big pharmacy benefit managers in an effort to temper costs for people...

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    California and other states have taken it upon themselves to tackle the high cost of insulin by suing drug companies and pharmacy benefit managers. Nearly two dozen states also have imposed caps on costs for people with diabetes. https://t.co/KLj9RUxLR3 - view on twitter

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Taking a few minutes to do a puzzle — or stare into space — can allow you to return to work sharper and more...