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By prioritizing continuous patient engagement and strategic communication across the entire care journey, healthcare organizations can drive real progress toward value-based care. The post The … more
This article briefly reviews portobello mushrooms and their nutritional profile. It also explains all the negative effects of these mushrooms and more questions related to their adverse health risks. more
Justin Brueck, vice president of innovation and research at Endeavor Health, shared three main reasons that technology pilots end up being unsuccessful at health systems. The post The Top 3 … more
If Medicare acts, the potential of AI-enabled technologies to improve healthcare outcomes for patients, regardless of their geographic location or socioeconomic status, will be closer to being fully … more
Boulder Care’s Series C funding round was led by Advance Venture Partners and included participation from Stripes, First Round Capital, Qiming Venture Partners and Laerdal Million Lives Fund. In … more
This article will guide you through Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and what other conditions are often misdiagnosed with it. Also, it will explain how you can prevent CTS along with the holistic … more
From Vision to Reality: School of Humanity's Accreditation Validates Its Unique Educational PhilosophyFLORIDA, US - Media OutReach Newswire - 27 May 2024 - School of Humanity, the award-winning … more
Anne Banfield left West Virginia in early 2022 and is now an OB-GYN in Maryland. As the 2024 election approaches, she fears more change and uncertainty is on the way. more
There are lots of reasons people have to stop taking the new weight loss drugs: cost, shortages, side effects and life events. And the weight usually comes back, doctors say. more
Find X7 Ultra is the first device to achieve the DXOMARK Eye Comfort Display Label for its Gold-rated display. To achieve this mark of quality, Find X7 Ultra's screen flicker, minimum brightness, … more
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Animals self-medicate with plants − behavior people have observed and emulated for millennia By Adrienne Mayor, Stanford University Main image: A goat with an arrow wound nibbles the medicinal … more
Pets give companionship, cuddles and joy – and also unavoidable stresses By Emily Hemendinger, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Main image: Pets can bring joy and companionship, as … more
A new CDC report finds that in 2022, over 7 million children and adolescents in the U.S. had gotten an ADHD diagnosis at some point in their lives. That’s 1 out of every 9 kids. And it's a million … more
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with Kalyanam Shivkumar, a cardiologist at UCLA, about his push to create a new anatomical atlas after discovering the one used by doctors for decades was made by the Nazis. more
The Texas Medical Board has drafted guidelines for doctors to decide when an abortion is necessary and legal under the state's strict ban. The rules were widely panned at a recent public hearing. more
An avian flu outbreak in dairy herds has stoked tensions between the federal government and raw milk advocates. Milk testing could provide assurances and useful data, but some farmers oppose it. more
Over 100 talented chefs from around the world harnessed the authentic flavours of Lee Kum Kee sauces as they vied for the prestigious title VANCOUVER, CANADA - Media OutReach Newswire - 24 May 2024 - … more
Tracey James, chief operating officer of Walgreens’ specialty pharmacy business, talked about the retailer’s vision of innovating in the specialty pharmacy world, as well as about affordability … more
The Central African Republic is the first country to receive thousands of doses of a new malaria vaccine recommended by the World Health Organization last October. more
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