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Canada’s Food Guide recommends limiting highly processed foods. These foods contribute excess sodium, sugars, or saturated fat to the diet which can increase the risk of chronic diseases such as … more
Also, Optiscan is working with Mayo Clinic to develop a digital endomicroscopic imaging system for robotic surgery. more
The TSX Venture Exchange has a strong history of helping early-stage health and life sciences companies raise patient capital for research and development. The post Importance of Patient Capital … more
A man from Michigan was evacuated from a cruise ship after having seizures. First, he drained his bank account to pay his medical bills. more
The makers of Ozempic and Mounjaro charge list prices of around $1,000 a month for the diabetes and obesity drugs, and insurers are reluctant to pick up the tab. Often, low-income patients have to … more
President Joe Biden’s new health care ad draws on the Affordable Care Act’s popularity among independent voters and alludes to his edge over Trump on health issues. more
On KFF Health News’ “What the Health?,” chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner interviewed Atul Grover of the Association of American Medical Colleges about its recent analysis showing … more
By Jaymie Baxley Medicaid expansion has already provided more than 450,000 low-income North Carolinians with health insurance. Could it also help them find better-paying jobs? State lawmakers … more
The suit alleges Teladoc made misleading claims about its advertising spending related to BetterHelp causing decreased revenues and a substantial drop in its stock price. more
The PTC Therapeutics drug Translarna failed its confirmatory study in Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Analysts say the European Commission’s decision to not adopt the Committee on Medicinal Products … more
Interventions for quitting vaping This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (intervention). The objectives are as follows: To conduct a living systematic review to assess the benefits and harms of … more
Interventions started during hospitalisation to help people to stop smoking Key messages - When people who smoke are admitted to a hospital, they can be helped to quit smoking if they receive … more
Do psychological and social interventions promote improved mental health in people living in low- and middle-income countries affected by humanitarian crises? Key message – We did not find enough … more
Does treatment with SGLT2 inhibitors prevent complications for people with chronic kidney disease and diabetes? Key messages - Treatment with sodium-glucose co-transporter protein 2 (SGLT2) … more
Cognitive-behavioural treatment for neck pain Editorial note:  Expression of concern Professor Marco Monticone has acted as the first author of this Cochrane review. Readers should be informed that … more
Thailand’s prime minister announced plans to classify marijuana once again as a narcotic by the end of the year, marking a significant reversal of its earlier decision. Just two years ago, … more
Several Southern legislatures seriously considered full Medicaid expansion this year to get health insurance for hundreds of thousands of low income residents, but in the end they all failed. more
Centivo, a health plan that sells to self-funded employers, acquired virtual-first primary care startup Eden Health. With this acquisition, Centivo now serves more than 160 employers in all 50 … more
Splash Beverage (NYSE American: SBEV), a portfolio company of leading beverage brands, has scheduled a conference call to discuss its first-quarter 2024 results along with operational update. The … more
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