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Across the country, experts have predicted a nationwide ‘baby bust,’ or a lower number of births than previous years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying economic recession. Yet interviews with doctors and experts in the Pittsburgh region, paired with local birth data, paint a more nuanced picture.
Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or another dementia can be a 24/7 job, leaving caregivers emotionally and physically exhausted.
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After the state expanded phase 1A of its COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan last month, elderly Pennsylvanians began looking for appointments to get a shot. But since almost all vaccine appointments are booked online, many of the state’s oldest and most vulnerable residents are relying on loved ones to help them get booked.
Lack of targeted outreach, translated materials leaves Latino community behind as Pa. struggles with vaccine rollout
In the weeks since Pennsylvania began its coronavirus vaccine rollout, the Wolf administration has stood by its localized, do-it-yourself system for finding and booking appointments, despite widespread frustration among residents.
On Monday, the Stockdale Fire Department’s social hall on Railroad Street was the site for an appointment-only COVID-19 vaccination clinic hosted by Monongahela Valley Hospital.
A new study from Duquesne University says a county’s levels of both racial and socioeconomic segregation are predictors of its COVID-19 mortality rate.
After nearly a year of shutting down, the Pittsburgh Jewish Community plans to celebrate Purim in both online activities and safely in-person.