we study individual’s perceptions on COVID-19 and social distancing during the week of March 10–16, 2020, a week when COVID-19 was officially declared to be a pandemic by WHO and when new infections in the US were more than doubling every three days.
This analysis highlights that most cost-utility analyses that cite high cost-effectiveness thresholds also result in greater incremental cost-effectiveness ratios for the novel interventions that they investigate.
There is a significant burden of disease among individuals with CHD; the disease affects quality of life, disability, life expectancy, medical spending, chronic disease, as well as employment and education outcomes.
This study provides the first comparison of trends in dementia prevalence in the U.S. population using 3 different dementia ascertainments/data sources. They found there are still substantial differences across measures in dementia prevalence among Blacks and Hispanics.