July 31, 2020: For months now, news of virtually any other disease has been blown off the headlines - including this new approach, from Grail of Silicon Valley, for diagnosing cancer in its earliest stages, which could dramatically improve - and lengthen - our lives...

Mimi shares three advantages we have today – including Super Heroes in lab coats working on a vaccine – that assure us of a much higher likelihood of surviving COVID-19, compared to Americans struck by the Spanish Flu in 1918....

Particularly because California and the Bay Area each reported nearly 75% increases in daily cases of COVID-19 in June compared to May, virtually any other healthcare story has been blown off the pages of medical news. Yet, while we’ve been busy sheltering at home, a major...

Guest Post by Oli Thordarson, President/CEO of Alvaka Networks; Intro by Mimi Grant Mimi's Intro: Last Tuesday, I spotted an article headlined, "Red Cross Urges Halt to Cyberattacks on Healthcare Sector Amid COVID-19." Must admit, my suspicious genes came to attention based on what I've been hearing...

From a new dress code, to a new productivity ethic, to a new style of leadership, to a new permanent workspace, companies – and their employees – are easing into a “new normal.”...

Just when we were getting used to WFH, vaccine-developer Moderna announces positive early trials, the Fed hints at more stimulus funding, and stay-at-home orders are increasingly being lifted. All of which combined to catapult Wall Street to its best day in six weeks. Yet there are four main reasons...

Many anxious Californians want to know what’s it gonna take to reopen – besides more tests! Mimi highlights CA.gov’s “Resilience Roadmap” – plus the latest from Elon Musk, on behalf of his 14,000 workers....

Testing for COVID-19 remains one of the biggest obstacles in reopening the U.S. economy and returning to a pre-COVID life or at least a “new normal.” Our country’s COVID-19 expert, Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN April 28 that...

COVID-19’s been tough on first responders, globally. In early March, when the virus first crept into Denmark, calls to Copenhagen’s Emergency Medical System doubled to 2,000 a day. To handle the overload, they opened a second call center to try to allay fears – and...