Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods sat down with digital health experts John League and Ty Aderhold to discuss why Amazon's investments—and failures—are a catalyst for the rest of the industry (and where they are going next).
Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, health care workers have experienced varying levels of burnout and exhaustion—but a study published Wednesday in JAMA Network Open found that more health care workers reported experiencing emotional exhaustion during the second half of the pandemic. See the change in our interactive chart.
Throughout the pandemic, the coronavirus has rapidly mutated, leading to variants that spread more quickly and evade immunity. Last year, omicron became the 13th named variant in less than a year—and has remained the dominant variant for the past 10 months. Writing for the New York Times, Carl Zimmer explores whether a new "pi" variant could emerge next.
New research published in JAMA Internal Medicine and JAMA Neurology found that individuals who walk at a brisk pace for an average of 30 minutes a day have a lower risk of developing heart disease, cancer, dementia, and death than individuals who walk a similar number of steps at a slower pace.
New monkeypox cases have declined by roughly 50% since August, Pfizer will supply millions of doses of Paxlovid to low-income countries to improve access to the treatment, and more in this week's roundup of monkeypox and Covid-19 news.