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Negative emotions can be overwhelming.

5 negative emotions, including anger and guilt, that you can turn into positives

We often feel overwhelmed by negative emotions like shame, guilt, and jealousy, but it doesn't have to be that way.

Australians have been advised not to wear face masks if they aren’t infected by COVID-19

Due to short supply, Australia's deputy chief medical officer said masks should only be worn to stop the spread of COVID-19 from infected people.
Dr. Kenneth Davis, 72, is the CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System.

As NYC healthcare workers battle the coronavirus, 2 top Mount Sinai execs are reportedly waiting out the crisis in their Florida vacation homes

The CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System is reportedly at his $2.6 million mansion in Florida as workers in NYC are on the pandemic front lines.
FDA Commissioner-designate Scott Gottlieb testifies during a Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing on April 5, 2017 at on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

A former Trump health official says life won’t return to normal by the summer, warning camps and concerts will be cancelled even as coronavirus ...

Some restrictions will likely loosen up by June, but high-density environments like college campuses could still be subject to lockdowns.
A bed with a ventilator is located in a patient room in an intensive care unit.

‘There’s nothing about it that will feel right’: Hospitals are gearing up to choose which patients to save if they run low on crucia...

Hospitals are working with ethicists to figure out how to ration life-saving care during the coronavirus pandemic.
Engineers at Rice University display a low cost ventilator that they designed and which they hope can be used to treat coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients in Houston, Texas, U.S. March 29, 2020.

A group at MIT figured out how to make an emergency ventilator for $100 using a common hospital item — instead of the usual $30,000

The MIT team plans to post the design online to provide those with the ability to make or manufacture ventilators to do so.
St. Louis was fast to act against the 1918 flu pandemic but lifted its social distancing measures too soon and suffered a second wave of death.

How two US cities responded to the 1918 flu pandemic very differently — and what we can learn from those mistakes

In 1918, Philadelphia did not act fast enough against the flu pandemic whereas St. Louis took swift action and saw a much lower death rate.

Where coronaviruses come from and why we haven’t eradicated them

Most humans have already been infected with some strain of coronavirus. We spoke with experts to learn more about where coronaviruses originate.