JoNel Aleccia - Kaiser Health News
More than 46,000 U.S. children have lost a parent to COVID. Families say finding even basic grief counseling has been difficult and there’s no coordinated effort to help these children access services or benefits.
COVID-related transplants are surging as hospitals grapple with a growing subset of patients whose organs are “basically destroyed by the virus,” said Dr. Jonathan Orens at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
As efforts grow to decriminalize psilocybin, advocates in Washington state are pushing to make magic mushrooms available to dying patients even sooner using Right to Try laws.