A medical practitioner from California with an integrative osteopathic clinic and a style blogger with over 93 million YouTube views have joined forces to raise $100,000 for healthcare workers across the nation.
There is a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) in healthcare facilities as donations are desperately needed for healthcare workers to protect themselves, their patients and families.
Corey Huh has been unable to see his wife, who was diagnosed with carcinosarcoma, late last week due to new hospital policies amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
He was told by a doctor at MountainView Hospital in Las Vegas that his wife won’t recover and that she might go into a coma.
A surgeon from Nebraska is offering volunteer work for his patients who cannot afford their medical bills.
Demetrio Aguila, a doctor from Healing Hands of Nebraska, launched his M25 Program six months ago to help reduce medical debt, according to CBS News.
A photoset of a sobbing single mother who had been discharged from a Chinese hospital after she could no longer afford care for her sick child has gone viral for its heartbreaking vulnerability and emotion.
The scene outside Shanghai’s Children Hospital was first captured in December last year, but is going viral again on Chinese social media platforms.
An administrator of the now-deleted Facebook group “White Privilege Club” was arrested in San Francisco on Wednesday after driving his motorcycle through a crowd of Republican healthcare protestors staging a “die-in”.
The man, suspected to be San Francisco resident Jeffrey Dillon, yelled “If you want to go to the hospital, here you go,” and “You will have health care if you people stop protesting,” at dozens of activists protesting a block away from the GameLink offices, the hardcore porn company he works for as the head of the business development department, the Daily Mail reported.
The House of Representatives voted to “repeal and replace” the American Health Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare, by 217 votes to 213 on Thursday.
“They’re not even doing it for the party,” President Donald Trump said as he celebrated with Republican House leaders and rank-and-file members in the Rose Garden at the White House, according to NBC News. “They’re doing it for this country because we suffered with Obamacare.”