Kelsey Hackem

Kelsey E. Hackem is a freelance writer based in Washington state. She has experience litigating cases to advance and protect property rights, taxpayer and entrepreneur rights, parental rights, and search and seizure at a non-profit law firm in Ohio. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her J.D. from Villanova University.
Advertisment

Latest News

Fewer Britons Expected to Survive Cancer Due to Health Care Rationing

Britons missed more cancer screenings and face lower cancer survival rates due to the U.K. National Health Service’s handling of COVID-19, a new study reports.

Last Few States Allow Gyms to Reopen, with Restrictions

Eight fitness centers in Washington state were fined more than $77,000 for violating executive orders, according to an August 5 report in the Seattle Times.

States Protect Businesses from COVID-19 Lawsuits

“This is especially important now when many businesses, particularly small businesses, have been hit hard by the pandemic-driven downturn and associated lockdowns.”

Low-Cost Steroid Gets Attention for Preventing COVID-19 Complications

“Anything that reduces the inflammation in the lungs is helpful. Thus inhaled steroids make sense.”

COVID Treatment Costs Exceed $12,000 Per Patient

The average hospitalization bill for a COVID-19 patient is $12,489 and the total national cost for inpatient hospitalizations will range from $9.6 billion to $16.9 billion in 2020, a new study finds.

Lockdowns Are Making More Adults Suicidal, Vulnerable to Non-COVID Death, CDC Figures Show

“Quarantine policies during the COVID-19 pandemic have created a burden of social isolation, a burden which falls most heavily on patients of limited economic means, cognitive impairment, and chronic psychotic illness.”

Bill Gets Treatments to Sick Patients Faster

U.S. Senators introduced a bill that would create a provisional pathway to get treatments to patients faster, especially as patients facing life-threatening illnesses continue to hope for effective drugs to treat their conditions.

Poll Shows Americans are Bullied into Silence on Political Issues

“People think, why would they want to risk losing friends, losing their job, or suffer economic punishment just by weighing in on political matters, so they just disengage,”

Americans Are Bullied into Silence on Political Issues, Poll Shows

“People think, why would they want to risk losing friends, losing their job, or suffer economic punishment just by weighing in on political matters, so they just disengage,”

COVID Will Worsen M.D. Residency Shortage, Study Finds

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting additional stress on the program that matches medical school graduates to residency programs, further straining the supply of trained physicians, a new study finds.

Kelsey Hackem

Kelsey E. Hackem is a freelance writer based in Washington state. She has experience litigating cases to advance and protect property rights, taxpayer and entrepreneur rights, parental rights, and search and seizure at a non-profit law firm in Ohio. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her J.D. from Villanova University.

Most Popular

Fewer Britons Expected to Survive Cancer Due to Health Care Rationing

Britons missed more cancer screenings and face lower cancer survival rates due to the U.K. National Health Service’s handling of COVID-19, a new study reports.

Last Few States Allow Gyms to Reopen, with Restrictions

Eight fitness centers in Washington state were fined more than $77,000 for violating executive orders, according to an August 5 report in the Seattle Times.

States Protect Businesses from COVID-19 Lawsuits

“This is especially important now when many businesses, particularly small businesses, have been hit hard by the pandemic-driven downturn and associated lockdowns.”

Low-Cost Steroid Gets Attention for Preventing COVID-19 Complications

“Anything that reduces the inflammation in the lungs is helpful. Thus inhaled steroids make sense.”

COVID Treatment Costs Exceed $12,000 Per Patient

The average hospitalization bill for a COVID-19 patient is $12,489 and the total national cost for inpatient hospitalizations will range from $9.6 billion to $16.9 billion in 2020, a new study finds.

Lockdowns Are Making More Adults Suicidal, Vulnerable to Non-COVID Death, CDC Figures Show

“Quarantine policies during the COVID-19 pandemic have created a burden of social isolation, a burden which falls most heavily on patients of limited economic means, cognitive impairment, and chronic psychotic illness.”

Bill Gets Treatments to Sick Patients Faster

U.S. Senators introduced a bill that would create a provisional pathway to get treatments to patients faster, especially as patients facing life-threatening illnesses continue to hope for effective drugs to treat their conditions.

Poll Shows Americans are Bullied into Silence on Political Issues

“People think, why would they want to risk losing friends, losing their job, or suffer economic punishment just by weighing in on political matters, so they just disengage,”

Americans Are Bullied into Silence on Political Issues, Poll Shows

“People think, why would they want to risk losing friends, losing their job, or suffer economic punishment just by weighing in on political matters, so they just disengage,”

COVID Will Worsen M.D. Residency Shortage, Study Finds

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting additional stress on the program that matches medical school graduates to residency programs, further straining the supply of trained physicians, a new study finds.