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Seven vaccinated people who ended up sicker than they expected shared their stories and said they did not want to cast doubt on vaccines — because they believe their outcome would have been much worse had they not been inoculated.They’re called mild cases. But people with breakthrough covid can still feel pretty sick.|Fenit Nirappil|August 31, 2021|Washington Post
Possibilities include a sicker patient population and less effective care, Goodman said.The Two Hospitals Have Similar Infant Death Rates — Until You Look at Extremely Premature Babies|by Bryant Furlow, New Mexico In Depth|March 30, 2021|ProPublica
Americans are sicker and taking more pills than ever, and our doctors are miserable.
So instead of better care and cheaper care, satisfaction scoring is making patients sicker and driving up costs.
The new insurance system relies on young, healthy consumers to help share the risk with older, sicker ones.How Low Will Health Care Enrollments Be? Here’s What to Watch For|Charles Ornstein|November 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Putting younger workers in the same plans forces them to subsidize the sicker and older.
And, as predicted by numerous professionals, they are sicker and more dangerous than when they went behind bars.Why I Fear the Aryan Brotherhood—and You Should, Too|Anonymous|April 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
How, then, do you not recognize one whose heart is sicker than your own?The Lion's Brood|Duffield Osborne
The longer she rode the sicker she felt and the more appalled and ashamed and frightened she grew.The Camerons of Highboro|Beth B. Gilchrist
But a man gets sick of working with punks and cheap hoods; he gets sicker of killing off a planet he's learned to like.Police Your Planet|Lester del Rey
The more I thought of it, the sicker I became, and now what was I to do?
Fellows, I have never been sicker than I was at that moment, but once."Say Fellows--"|Wade C. Smith