President Joe Biden’s multitrillion dollar program to repair and expand broad sectors of America’s infrastructure remains controversial. Opponents argue, in part, that it includes funding for programs deemed to be social welfare projects rather than typical physical infrastructure projects such as building bridges and repairing roads.
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The novel coronavirus pandemic continues to disproportionately affect the health and well-being of certain racial and ethnic populations. African-Americans and Hispanics are two to three times more likely to contract COVID-19 and twice as likely to die from it as are whites.
The rates of coronavirus infection and COVID-19 cases have increased substantially as the reopening of businesses and social activities has progressed. These distressing trends have emphasized the critical importance of implementing an effective economic reopening strategy that minimizes the risks to health. Under the current plan, 89 of the 95 Tennessee counties that do not… Read More
The ongoing battle against COVID-19 has made substantial headway in many areas of the nation. This progress has been achieved despite major problems.
The surge of COVID-19 has yet to hit us in Memphis. It is, however, not too early to think about what we can do to avoid or, more likely, manage the next health crisis that may arise. We have witnessed several infectious diseases and other health challenges in the past years. HIV. SARS. MERS. Ebola.… Read More
Every patient admitted to a hospital run by Baptist Memorial Health Care, as of Monday, was being tested for COVID-19 as the system comes to terms with what medicine will be in the coronavirus era, including elective surgery.