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World is off track to meet “Triple Billion” health targets, according to WHO This month, the World Health Organization reported that the world is not on track to reach most of the Triple … more
More than a billion people worldwide are obese, WHO study finds More than a billion people globally are now considered obese, a condition linked to an increased risk of numerous serious health … more
Silence of the natural world signals a biodiversity crisis Studies reveal that natural soundscapes are diminishing due to loss of species and ecosystem degradation.Phoebe Weston reports for The … more
Pain Rounds: A New Era of Pain Medicine Education The American Academy of Pain Medicine and Dr. Shravani Durbhakula Collaborate to Advance Pain Management Education "Pain Rounds", the comprehensive … more
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LINCOLN — Mouse droppings led to a “eureka moment” for Dr. Megan Sandel, who at the time was a pediatric resident in Boston. Sandel, speaking Wednesday in Nebraska, back then […] The post … more
Discover Perspectives of Pain Medicine Practitioners through AAPM’s Pain Pulse 2024 Survey Results Does it feel like pain medicine is constantly changing and evolving? Is your practice staying … more
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We are thrilled to announce that 7wireVentures has led an investment in Summer Health as part of the company’s $10M Series A financing round. The post GroundGame.Health Announces SameSky Health … more
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