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This past week in healthcare investigations
38 minutes ago - MedPageToday
HHS Releases Cybersecurity Practice Guides for Healthcare Industry
In an effort to help private practices and large healthcare organizations protect their patients' data, the Department of Health and Human Services has released two guides to...
14 hours ago - Surgical Aesthetics Magazine
All about APNO
Before breastfeeding, you probably didn't give your nipples much thought, right? Their default was happy and healthy-and, boy, did you ever take that for granted! That all...
18 hours ago - Today's Parent
The "best" countries are the sickest despite access to "better" food and healthcare, according to new study
Many of us who live in the developed world feel grateful that we have far better access to healthcare and food than those who come from poorer nations, but a recent study has...
1 day ago - Natural News
Partners Names Klibanski As Interim President/CEO
With a one-year timeline to find a permanent CEO, Partners HealthCare on Monday named Dr. Anne Klibanski, its chief academic officer since 2012, as interim president and CEO.
1 day ago - CommonHealth Wbur
Ayushman Bharat PM-JAY: Completes 150 Days, 12 Lakh Patients Get Free of Cost Healthcare
In less than 150 days since the launch of Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana scheme, more than 12 lakh people have received treatment.
1 day ago - Medindia Health
Meet the women helping fill Russia's rural healthcare gap
After the closure of thousands of clinics in rural Russia, one region has taken matters into its own hands.
1 day ago - BBC
Health Secretary urged to stop privatisation of NHS as companies bid for £128million contracts
The NHS currently has 26 healthcare contracts out to tender to private companies, with the most valuable of them being worth more than £90million to run an assessment centre.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
3 Top Medical Advances To Expect In The Near Future
In a way, technology dictates the direction of our civilization. From the stone age to mere hunters and gatherers to farmers and now industry workers. Science and technology...
2 days ago - HealthWorks Collective
The Impact Of Healthcare Technology On Employees
These are exciting and consequential times for healthcare. Sentiments on the value of healthcare as a public institution are shifting. New technologies are improving patient...
2 days ago - HealthWorks Collective - 3 articles
The headlines of Master Doctor
Seeing The Way Viruses Infects Cells Up Close
An up-close view of how virus such as Ebola or HIV spread is being studied through x-ray crystallography and computer simulation.
Physical exercise for mental health: New research concludes that children's...
A study conducted by the University of Stirling and University of Edinburgh discovered that children gain better test responses after physical activity that was set at their...
New tool in the fight against superbugs: A test that shows if bacteria is...
A group of researchers from the California Institute of Technology has developed a new antibiotic-resistant detection test. According to Science Daily, their process will allow...
‘Young Blood' Clinics Shut Down After FDA Action
While the FDA did not name Ambrosia its release, it cautioned consumers that there is “no proven clinical benefit” to the transfusions. Although
Too much avoidance of sun exposure causing alarming spike in health...
A recent analysis of more than 100 studies finds that up to 70 percent of Americans are currently suffering from vitamin D deficiency. Data from the latest review also show...
By 2050, 13 Million Cases Of Cervical Cancer Cases Will Be Prevented
Due to rapid adaptation of HPV vaccine in high income countries, an estimated 13 million cases of cervical cancer will be prevented.
Morning Exercise With Short Breaks can Control Blood Pressure
Morning exercise combined with short walking breaks can help control blood pressure in overweight or obese elderly people, especially women. This significantly reduces the risk...
Acid Reflux Medications to Increase Kidney Disease Risk
There is an increased risk of chronic kidney disorders with the usage of proton pump inhibitors for long-term, according to a new study.
Anti-cancer Immunotherapy to Fight Persistent HIV
CRCHUM researchers are exploring a potential therapeutic approach for treating HIV patients with persistent virus
Suicide System of Tuberculosis Bacteria Can Lead to New Therapies
Tuberculosis bacteria have a suicide system which could lead to new treatments for TB. The toxin-antitoxin system that makes the bacteria suicidal is a potential drug target...