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Doctors’ difficult decisions: Dr. Gupta’s podcast 4/7

Doctors’ difficult decisions: Dr. Gupta’s podcast 4/7

Dr. Darria Long: I’m definitely concerned once we see that peak, we won’t have enough of the ventilators, masks, medications, doctors, any number of things, and we have to decide where to allocate those resources. Which is not a decision that I or any doctor wants to be making.

Gupta: That’s Dr. Darria Long, an ER physician in Tennessee. Like many other doctors around the world, she’s facing some difficult decisions about how to best care for her patients.

Unfortunately, resources are finite, so how do doctors decide who gets potentially lifesaving treatment … And who doesn’t?

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Chernobyl forest fire causes radiation levels to spike

Chernobyl forest fire causes radiation levels to spike

A fire covering around 50 acres broke out on Saturday afternoon near the village of Vladimirovka, within the uninhabited Chernobyl exclusion zone, and responders were still fighting two blazes on Monday morning, Ukrainian emergency services said in a statement."There...

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Doctors’ difficult decisions: Dr. Gupta’s podcast 4/7

Dr. Darria Long: I'm definitely concerned once we see that peak, we won't have enough of the ventilators, masks, medications, doctors, any number of things, and we have to decide where to allocate those resources. Which is not a decision that I or any doctor wants to...

Birds that learn new behaviors less likely to go extinct, says study

These are just some of the ways in which birds have adapted -- and optimized -- their survival habits because of humans.Now, a new study has found that birds that are able to change their behavior in this way are less likely to become extinct than those that do not...

Chernobyl forest fire causes radiation levels to spike

A fire covering around 50 acres broke out on Saturday afternoon near the village of Vladimirovka, within the uninhabited Chernobyl exclusion zone, and responders were still fighting two blazes on Monday morning, Ukrainian emergency services said in a statement."There...