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During a fireside chat at AHIP 2024, Mary Langowski, executive vice president and president of U.S. healthcare at Walgreens Boots Alliance, said she sees a bright future for retail in … more
Palliative care provided by video was equivalent to in-person visits with a clinician, according to study results presented during the recent annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical … more
An innovative program in Colombia gives men a chance to master the skills needed to be a hands-on dad — and become closer to their kids along the way. more
By Amy Maxmen and Arthur Allen Stanford University infectious disease doctor Abraar Karan has seen a lot of patients with runny noses, fevers, and irritated eyes lately. Such symptoms could … more
Food is a central issue in climate change mitigation. Our dietary choices and consumption patterns are critical to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which greatly impact the food supply chain. Every … more
This article reviews the TURP surgery, how it works, and the life expectancy after it. It also explains the potential side effects of this surgical procedure, along with the precautions to prevent … more
African giant pouched rats use their acute sense of smell to sniff out landmines and detect TB in sputum samples. Now, they are set to become search-and-rescue specialists too. more
More cattle are getting the bird flu virus, and it appears that people are a big factor in spreading it from herd-to-herd. NPR's Danielle Kurtzleben talks to NPR Health correspondent Will Stone. more
Researchers are studying why there's a dearth of black sperm donors and how to increase the numbers. (This story first aired on Morning Edition on June 13, 2024.) more
Advances in medicine mean more people are living longer with HIV. But aging with HIV comes with increased health risks, and this growing population needs specialized care that's hard to find. more
Neuroscientists say the pleasure response helps us survive as a species. So why do we feel embarrassed by some of the things we love the most? more
By Grace Vitaglione  State lawmakers dropped language from a bill that would have shielded autopsies from public review, but the Senate’s thumbs-up on the revised measure June 12 may not be … more
Cannabis regulators in Ohio have released guidelines to help medical marijuana dispensaries prepare for the application process to obtain dual licenses. These licenses would allow them to serve … more
Aston Bay (TSX.V: BAY) (OTCQB: ATBHF), a publicly traded mineral company exploring for high-grade copper and gold deposits in Canada’s Nunavut territory, is proud to be part of Canada’s mining … more
Bristol Myers Squibb drug Augtyro now has a tumor-agnostic approval permitting the drug to be used to treat all solid tumors positive for NTRK gene fusions. Augtyro came from BMS’s $4.1 billion … more
This week, Wheel rolled out a new AI-powered platform designed to provide patients with more holistic and seamless virtual care journeys. The platform, called Horizon, aims to help the startup’s … more
The telemedicine company's clinical president and its founder and CEO allegedly participated in a scheme to profit from providing easy access to Adderall for no valid medical purpose. more
Spire Global (NYSE: SPIR) is a global provider of space-based data, analytics and space services, offering unique datasets and powerful insights about Earth so that organizations can make decisions … more
Energy and Water Development Corp. (OTCQB: EAWD), a green-tech engineering solutions company delivering water and energy solutions to extreme environments, prioritizes three key areas: generation, … more
Better Health’s $14 million in funding included investments from Healthworx, the University of Miami Health System and Mosaic General Partnership. The post Better Health Raises $14M To Reach … more
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