Tag Archives: Emerging

Emerging with A Stronger Healthcare System Post-COVID: NAM’s Lessons Learned

The coronavirus pandemic exposed weaknesses in the U.S. health care system that existed before the public health crisis. What lessons can be learned from the COVID-19 stress-test to build American health care back better? The National Academy of Medicine is publishing nine reports addressing health stakeholder segments impacted and re-shaped by COVID-19 — for public… Read More »

An emerging link between the urinary microbiome and urinary incontinence

Most people know that microorganisms live on our skin, and in other places in the body such as the digestive tract. However, traditional thinking and medical teaching was that there was no such microbiome in the urinary tract. Many people may still believe that urine is sterile. Advanced detection methods such as enhanced urine cultures… Read More »

Mental Health an Emerging Crisis of COVID Pandemic

Jonathan Porteus, PhD, licensed clinical psychologist and CEO of WellSpace Health, Sacramento, CA. Lan Nguyen, MA, suicide and crisis services program manager, Santa Clara County Suicide and Crisis Services, California. Heather Aston, LMFT, program manager, San Diego Access and Crisis Line, California. Lauren Ochs, MA, counselor, Provident Behavioral Health Crisis Hotline, St. Louis. Harvard T.H… Read More »