This article is the first in a series that will explore the neurophysiology of neurons in the brain: How they communicate, and how the brain as a result represents and processes information. * This article was originally published here
How do efficiently is care provided for patients at Veteran Affairs’ hospitals as compared to private hospitals? This is not an easy question to answer as the composition of patients differs between these hospitals. Even among dually-eligible individuals–those with both VA and commercial insurance–individuals treated at VA hospitals are generally more severely ill. To better...<p class="more-link-wrap"><a href="https://www.kickosacademy.com/va-vs-private-hospitals/" class="more-link">Read More<span class="screen-reader-text"> “VA vs. private hospitals”</span> »</a></p>
At high noon on an early-spring day in 2017, six steers doomed to die escaped their slaughterhouse and stormed the streets of my city. The escape became a nuisance, then a scene, then a phenomenon. “Man, it was crazy!” one onlooker told the local alt-weekly. “I mean, it was fucking bulls running through the city...<p class="more-link-wrap"><a href="https://www.kickosacademy.com/feeling-herd/" class="more-link">Read More<span class="screen-reader-text"> “Feeling Herd”</span> »</a></p>
With each global health crisis it becomes clear that we need both medical solutions and the public health orientated behavioral and social change programs to implement them. * This article was originally published here
One of the first U.S. omicron infections was tied to an anime convention in New York City—but the CDC says the coronavirus didn’t circulate widely at the event, possibly because of mask and vaccine mandates.