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Monday 24th September 2018

Tilray® to Supply More Critically Ill Children in Australia with Medical Cannabis

Tilray CBD 100 Product Successfully Exported to Victoria, Australia and Will Be Supplied to Additional Pediatric Patients Tilray, Inc. (NASDAQ: TLRY), a global pioneer in cannabis production and distribution, today announced that it has successfully exported medical cannabis from Canada to Australia to distribute to critically ill children....


[Comment] Just societies, health equity, and dignified lives: the PAHO Equity Commission

The USA is the richest country in the Americas and its residents enjoy good health: female life expectancy is 81 years and male is 76 years. Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas; its residents suffer poor health: female life expectancy is 66 years and male is 61 years. US gross national income (GNI) is about US$59 000 per person. In Haiti, it is just over $1800 per person, adjusting for ...

ImmunoGen Announces Webcasts of Presentations at Upcoming Conferences

ImmunoGen, Inc. (Nasdaq: IMGN), a leader in the expanding field of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) for the treatment of cancer, today announced that the following presentations by Company management at upcoming investor conferences will be webcast: 2018 Cantor Global Healthcare ConferenceOctober 2 at 2:50pm ET ...


Kids may pick up marijuana at younger age if mom uses

(Reuters Health) - When mom uses marijuana, kids are more likely to try the drug at a younger age, a new study shows.

Revance to Participate in the Cantor Fitzgerald 2018 Global Healthcare Conference

Revance Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:RVNC), a biotechnology company developing neuromodulators for use in treating aesthetic and therapeutic conditions, today announced that the Company will participate in the Cantor Fitzgerald 2018 Global Healthcare Conference in New York, NY. President and Chief Executive Officer, Dan Browne, is scheduled to prese...

Researchers use EHR system to screen social determinants of health

Adopting an electronic health record (EHR) system to collect, analyze and make referrals about social determinants of health (SDH) for patients could be useful for community health centers, according to a study published in the Annals of Family Medicine.

Legalise illicit drugs to protect health, say former heads of state

Current efforts to control drugs such as cannabis, cocaine, and heroin are causing huge avoidable harm, and governments have a duty to investigate the effect of legalising their supply, former world...

Researchers consider ethics of addressing race in biomedical studies

(Reuters Health) - Three opinion essays in a major medical journal address the ethics of addressing race in biomedical studies.

Hope or hype? Screening practices and the extent of collaboration with mental health providers vary widely from one ketamine clinic to the next, STAT finds. https://buff.ly/2DtcIo6 pic.twitter.com/CW7Zsrs7e7

Hope or hype? Screening practices and the extent of collaboration with mental health providers vary widely from one ketamine clinic to the next, STAT finds. https://buff.ly/2DtcIo6  pic.twitter.com/CW7Zsrs7e7

You've Heard of Post-Traumatic Stress, but What about Post-Traumatic Growth?

It’s the flip side: the deep psychological health that emerges surprisingly often when people have a close brush with a disaster like Hurricane Florence -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

St. Joseph’s Medical Center Partners with Dynafios to Launch Comprehensive Orthopedic and Spine Program

Central California Hospital Renews Dynafios Physician Alignment Program to Further Enhance the Patient Experience SEATTLE (PRWEB) September 24, 2018 Dynafios, a leading analytics and healthcare consulting company revolutionizing the business of healthcare, is pleased to announce that St. Joseph’s Medical Center successfully launched a new edge-to-edge patient focused Orthopedic and Spine Progra...

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Rated Among Top Health Plans in Maine by NCQA

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Maine received a rating of 4.5 out of 5 in the recently released National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Private Health Insurance Plan Ratings 2017-2018, making it a top-ranked plan in the state. The NCQA, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving health care quality, publicly released its 2018-19...

Abortions in Ireland Will Be Free For All Women, Just Months After Legalization Vote

(Newsweek) – Only months after a historic vote legalized abortion in Ireland, the country’s health minister has said new legislation will make the procedure free for all women. The May referendum was one of the most charged votes in the … Read More

Three New Leaders Join AHIP Senior Executive Team

America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) has added three new leaders to its executive team. These leaders further expand AHIP’s deep bench of policy, advocacy, strategy, and operational experts who are committed to health care solutions that work to improve affordability, choice, and value for all Americans: Keith Fontenot joins as Exe...

Common Threads Goes Back To School with Nationwide Nutrition Education Resources and Programming

The non-profit organization kicks-off the school year with programs to help empower children, families, educators and communities to embrace a healthier lifestyle AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) September 24, 2018 As children and families across the country are stocking up on supplies and heading back to school, it is important to remember that good nutrition is imperative to help fuel kids’ minds and bo...

American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Receives $5.5 Million to Develop Measures for Community-Based Palliative Care

The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) in partnership with the National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care (Coalition) and the RAND Corporation, was awarded a

Humanizing Immunology

(Knowable Magazine) – The immune system touches every aspect of human health, yet most of what we know about it comes from studying mice. While illuminating, that’s also been problematic: Mouse and human biology differ in some fairly fundamental ways, … Read More

GroupHEALTH Benefit Solutions® and Zenabis Enter into Landmark Agreement to Provide Medical Cannabis Program

GroupHEALTH Benefit Solutions®, one of Canada’s largest and most respected benefits providers, announced today that they have entered into an exclusive partnership with Zenabis Ltd., a licensed medical cannabis producer with one of the largest indoor cultivation footprints in Canada. This is the first agreement of its kind in Canada and sets a precedent...

Survey: Nearly One-Third of Seniors Don’t Feel Socially Engaged

Humana Launches Programming to Encourage Socialization, Group Activity during Active Aging Week New findings from leading health and well-being company Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) show that nearly one-third (31 percent) of Americans aged 65 and older say they don’t feel socially engaged. However, a majority of respondents say it is important to establish...

Cook Medical Receives FDA Approval for First 5 mm Diameter SFA Drug-Eluting Stent

Cook Medical announced that a new 5 mm diameter version of Zilver® PTX® was approved by the FDA. It is the first 5 mm drug-eluting stent in the U.S. with lengths available up to 140 mm that is indicated to treat vessels as small as 4mm in diameter. The range of Zilver PTX stent diameters now available will address treatment of vessel sizes from 4–7 mm ...

Fewer U.S. adults getting unnecessary knee surgery

(Reuters Health) - So-called arthroscopic knee surgery is becoming a less common treatment for adults with torn cartilage or painful arthritis as a growing body of evidence shows little benefit from these operations, a U.S. study suggests.

MedX Health Corp. Announces Board and Executive Changes

MedX Health Corp. (“MedX” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: MDX) announces the following changes to its Board and Executive team, effective immediately. Scott Spearn, who joined the Company as President in April 2018 is taking on the additional role of Chief Executive Officer and is joining the Board of Directors. Rob von der Porten, previously the CEO, ha...

By rewarding innovators based on the value products deliver to the health care ecosystem, we can ensure that patients benefit from life-saving medicines. See what else @LillyPad CEO Dave Ricks & other industry leaders said at a recent @TheAtlantic event

By rewarding innovators based on the value products deliver to the health care ecosystem, we can ensure that patients benefit from life-saving medicines. See what else @LillyPad CEO Dave Ricks & other industry leaders said at a recent @TheAtlantic event http://bit.ly/2DsRx5D  pic.twitter.com/mlAYPV8x5d

STAT is investigating the expanding use of ketamine to treat mental health conditions. If you have an experience with ketamine treatment, please share your story with us. https://buff.ly/2xBOD99 

STAT is investigating the expanding use of ketamine to treat mental health conditions. If you have an experience with ketamine treatment, please share your story with us. https://buff.ly/2xBOD99 

Personal Health: Trim and Fit? You May Still Have Heart Disease

Lessons from Jane Brody’s brother: Having all the right cholesterol numbers and staying active is no guarantee your coronary arteries are in great shape.


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