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Studies suggest people who take metformin for diabetes may be at lower risk for cancer, heart disease and dementia. Now researchers aim to test if it prevents age-related diseases in healthy people. more
To reduce recidivism, some rural counties are hiring community health workers or peer support specialists to connect people leaving custody to mental health resources, substance use treatment, … more
By Michelle Crouch When it comes to growth, it seems like hospitals can’t get enough of it. Across the country, a tidal wave of hospital mergers and acquisitions in recent years has created … more
Real-world analysis can provide insights into how factors largely out of rural residents’ control impact health outcomes and access to medical care.  The post How Real-World Data Is Helping … more
Routine NM-MRI for individuals at risk of Parkinson’s could provide a means of identifying the disease before symptoms emerge. The post Realizing the Promise of Neuromelanin-Sensitive MRI … more
As cell and gene therapies continue to make headlines as a key opportunity for growth, success in this field will require both innovative tech as well as strategic foresight. The post Portfolio … more
We must look both “upstream” – at advocating for change on an institutional level – and “downstream” – at what we can do as individuals to help women secure the care they need. The … more
Questions about whether acetaminophen use during pregnancy can lead children to develop neurological problems have sparked scientific inquiry and litigation. Lawsuits are continuing, but a new … more
Solera Health added Ciba Health, Digbi Health and Wondr Health to its HALO platform. The companies treat conditions like hypertension and diabetes. The post Solera Health Expands Platform To … more
Bread — and the lack thereof — plays a role in many corners of the world facing a crisis, from Israel and Gaza to Ukraine to Afghanistan to Sudan. more
The voluntary industry guidelines come amid a dramatic rise in accidental pediatric ingestions of melatonin. At the same time, more and more kids are using melatonin on purpose as a sleep aid. more
A new study finds a neighborhood's front yards may be the window to its soul: Welcoming or whimsical features such as benches and flamingos are linked to happier, more connected neighbors. more
A economic research study shows that oncologists' prescribing habits change after they've been visited by pharmaceutical sales reps — and it also shows the changes do not extend patients' lives. more
A migraine diagnosis is a key part of your treatment plan. Here’s what to do if your doctor isn’t taking your pain seriously. more
The proof-of-concept study published in Nature Cancer highlights how researchers are using tumor cells to predict whether patients will respond to specific drugs. more
Pain, bleeding, and missed periods may be signs that something is wrong. more
A recent yearly report on marijuana sector employment in the United States reveals a nearly 5% increase in full-time cannabis jobs over the past year, marking a turnaround from the approximately 2% … more
The availability of innovative technologies affords us the opportunity to chart a more patient-centric, efficient, and secure path to managing and leveraging PHI. The post Protecting Health Data … more
Advanced Gold Exploration (CSE: AUEX) (OTC: AUHIF) (FSE: 4TG), formerly Advance United Holdings Inc., is leveraging an entirely different approach to the mining industry. “[The company] has … more
Doug Hirsch, cofounder and chief mission officer at GoodRx, sat down with MobiHealthNews to talk about reducing prescription drug prices through partnerships. more
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