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HLTH Foundation’s Achievements and Ambitions for Health Equity [Sponsored]

- Stephanie Baum


HLTH Foundation Executive Director Janna Guinen described its focus on promoting equity, inclusion and opportunity in healthcare on behalf of patients, healthcare professionals and health tech entrepreneurs. [...]

Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Today's roundup covers Biden's State of the Union speech, covid, abortion pills, drug costs, Medicaid, surprise bills, superbugs, and more. [...]

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So Are Nonstick Pans Safe or What?

- Yasmin Tayag


There are still no good answers about America’s favorite cookware. [...]

- icliniq


February, often regarded as the month of love and all things heart-related, serves as a reminder to take good care... The post Heart Strong, Live Long: Time to Do It Right! appeared first on Health Tips | iCliniq. [...]

- Rebecca Pifer


The deal is a major development in the strategic positioning of large retailers in the primary care space, according to analysts. [...]

Webinar QnA | Sustainable Space Economy – Needed Philosophy and Next Steps


The spacetech team at BIS Research, recently, concluded an extensive webinar on ‘Sustainable Space Economy – Needed Philosophy and Next Steps’. The webinar was hosted by principal consultants, Arunkumar Sampath Kumar and Nilopal Ojha. The guest on this webinar was… [...]

How Long Do Different Types of Depression Last?

- bovtrukevich


For many, untreated depression can last years. Sometimes, it can even go through generations. Research indicates the primary causes of depressive disorders to be approximately 50% genetic and 50% psychological or physical. Depression may be completely genetic or not at all. Grief – and… [...]

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Reduce pollution to combat ‘superbugs’ and other anti-microbial resistance

Up to 10 million people could die annually by 2050 due to anti-microbial resistance (AMR), the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) said in a report launched in Bridgetown, Barbados, on Tuesday, highlighting the need to curtail pollution created by the pharmaceuticals,… [...]

Adults on dialysis treatment for end-stage kidney disease were 100 times more likely to have a Staphylococcus aureus (staph) bloodstream infection than adults not on dialysis during 2017–2020, according to a new Vital Signs report released today by the Centers… [...]

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