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Friday 13th December 2019

Social media use linked to teen disordered eating behaviors

(Reuters Health) - Adolescents who are active on social media may be more likely to exercise excessively, skip meals or develop other forms of disordered eating, a U.S. study suggests.

FDA says Amarin can market fish-oil derived therapy for reducing heart attack risk

U.S. health regulators on Friday approved expanding the heart benefit claims Amarin Corp can make in promoting its drug Vascepa to include reducing the risk of heart attacks and strokes in high-risk patients, opening a multibillion-dollar market oppo...

Large-scale aptamer-based scanning of plasma proteins coupled with machine learning demonstrates proof-of-concept and feasibility of an individualized health check using a single blood sample. |  |

Large-scale aptamer-based scanning of plasma proteins coupled with machine learning demonstrates proof-of-concept and feasibility of an individualized health check using a single blood sample. |  | @MRC_Epid

Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin Names Julie Manworren Its Next President and CEO

Volunteers of America Minnesota and Wisconsin (VOA MN/WI) is pleased to announce that Julie Manworren has been named its new President and CEO. Ms. Manworren, a transformational executive with demonstrated leadership expertise across diverse positions in nonprofit organizations, will start work with VOA MN/WI on Feb. 28. She succeeds Paula Hart, who retired in October, 2019. Ms. Manworren joi...

Global Arthroscopy Procedures and Products Market Is Poised to Reach US$ 8,621.3 Million by 2027 – Coherent Market Insights

Arthroscopy, also known as arthroscopic or keyhole surgery, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure on a joint. An arthroscope, a device with a camera is inserted into the joint through a small incision in arthroscopy. The global arthroscopy procedures and products market is estimated to account for US$ 5,661.4 Mn in terms of value by the end of 2019. Market Drivers: Increasing R&D i...

Neurodiagnostic and Monitoring Devices Market in the US 2020-2024 | Evolving Opportunities with Masimo Corp. and Medtronic Plc | Technavio

Technavio has been monitoring the neurodiagnostic and monitoring devices market in the US since 2016 and the market is poised to grow by USD 443.81 million during 2020-2024 at a CAGR of over 7% during the forecast period. Request Free Sample Pages This press release features multimedia. V

Drops Derived From Donor Blood Ease Symptoms in Severe Dry Eye

Allogeneic blood-derived eyedrops improve signs and symptoms of severe dry-eye disease (DED), a new randomized controlled trial shows. Reuters Health Information

Dean’s Symposium on Entrepreneurship and Academic Drug Development Spotlights Environment of Innovation, Collaboration at Weill Cornell Medicine

Dr. Jyotishman Pathak, chief of the Division of Health Informatics at Weill Cornell Medicine, is a researcher who jokingly says that he’s “still learning to fake business” after launching a new company just six months ago. Though new to the business world, by any measure, he’s already a success.

IFM Governing Board of Directors Continues Planned Leadership Transitions

The Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) today announced that Joseph E. Pizzorno, ND, has been elected Chairman of its governing Board of Directors. One of the world’s leading authorities on science-based natural medicine, Pizzorno brings invaluable expertise to the position as the organization aims for the widespread adoption of Functional Medicine. “Dr. Pizzorno has been a key contribu...

RPS calls on new government to deliver on campaign commitments to patients and healthcare workforce

Following its victory in the 2019 general election, the Conservative Party must now “deliver on commitments around patient care, increased funding, and growing the health and care workforce”, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has said.

Tenet Announces Definitive Agreement to Divest Memphis-Area Hospitals and Operations

Tenet Healthcare (NYSE: THC) has entered into a definitive agreement with Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare to divest Tenet’s hospitals and other operations in the Memphis area. The agreement includes the sale of Saint Francis Hospital – Memphis and Saint Francis Hospital – Bartlett, the physician practices associated with both hospitals, and six MedPost urgent care centers. The agreement p...

Health & Wellness Partners’ Marketing Operations Named One of the Most Innovative Divisions of 2019 By PM360

Innovative propriety software “Marketing Operations Tracking System” transforms the client submission process in the life sciences communications industry. PM360, a leading trade magazine for marketing decision makers in the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, and diagnostics industries, has named Marketing Operations at Health & Wellness Partners, LLC (HWP) one of the most innovati...

End of life planning tied to longer survival with terminal illness

(Reuters Health) - (Reuters Health) - Terminally-ill patients who discussed their options for end-of-life care tended to survive longer than those who had not, a small clinical trial in Denmark found.

How are local dry lakes impacting air quality and human health?

The Great Salt Lake reached historic low levels in recent years and continues to dry as a result of drought and water diversions. As water levels decrease, the exposed area of dry lakebed increases, creating major sources of mineral dust. Declining water levels are a major concern for scientists and the general public alike, but …

Passport Health Continues Expansion, Opening Its First UK Clinic

Passport Health, the world’s largest provider of travel medicine, announces its international expansion to London, England. This marks the beginning of an international expansion plan put in place by CEO David Tedesco. Passport Health dominates the travel medicine market, with over 300 clinics network-wide, which includes 30+ clinics in Mexico and Canada. The London office will be the first o...

STAT Plus: Pharmalittle: FDA does about-face on rare disease drug; patent office pulls lawyer from Gilead case

House Democrats passed sweeping legislation to lower prescription drug prices, marking the latest volley in a health care debate that has animated all sides all year.

PerkinElmer Launches First FDA-Approved Assay Kit to Screen for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in Newborns

Available on PerkinElmer’s automated GSP® instrument, kit supports early diagnosis by measuring CK-MM concentration instead of CK enzyme activity PerkinElmer, Inc., (NYSE: PKI), a global leader committed to innovating for a healthier world, today announced that its

Tivity Health Needs To Be More Than The Sum Of Its Parts

 Genetron Health Announces Strategic Collaboration with CStone

Recently, Genetron Health has announced strategic collaboration with CStone Pharmaceuticals (“CStone”), providing companion diagnostic development services and clinical sample testing services for the oncological targeting pharmaceutical R&D of CStone, in order to boost efficiency of new medicine development and its approval processes. Based on diverse testing platforms, independently r...

New suicide hotline number to have three digits like 911

“No one is embarrassed to call 911 for a fire or an emergency," said the CEO of a suicide-prevention nonprofit. "No one should be embarrassed to call 988 for a mental health emergency."

Flu Cases Are Spiking Early, Suggesting Tough Season Ahead

FRIDAY, Dec. 13, 2019 -- The flu season is off to a fast and furious start, with a strain of the virus that normally arrives later in the season making a strong early appearance, U.S. health officials said Friday. Flu is now widespread across many...

Viewpoints: Weighing Reputed Loss Of Jobs Vs. Assured Gains In Health Care; Is Universal Health Care A Big Reason For An Incredible Economy, Long Lifespan In Japan?

Opinion writers weigh in on universal health care and other health issues.

‘We’re All Concerned’: Women’s Health Advocates Fault Health Care After Deaths Of 8 Inmates In Georgia

“I told them if they didn’t correct this stuff, they’d have a lot of girls who had cancer,” said Dr. Cheryl Young, an OB/GYN. “I told them that, but they didn’t want to hear it, because they didn’t want to spend the money.” News on health care for inmates is on the enormous financial gains of one doctor, as well.

Very Odd Flu Season: It’s Highly Active Among Young Children, Getting Off To Earliest Start In Years

Another difference is the type of influenza being seen in parts of the south: Type B is preceding Type A. So far, the northeast is being spared, but it's coming, health specialists warn. Public health news is on aims to get consistent results in psychology studies, ways to reduce the risk of dying, treatment of volcano burn victims, and a potential HIV vaccine, as well.

Whistleblower Investigation Finds Veterans Are Being Sent To Collection Agencies Because Of Deeply Flawed System

The errors highlight persistent issues at the VA, including failures to update antiquated computer systems and the confusion and lack of accountability that has come from an increase in the use of private health care among veterans. News from the administration also focuses on public housing, medical care for immigrants and deferred deportations.

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