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It has often been noted that the characteristic behaviors which we think of as making us human are all also observed in other animals, albeit to a lesser degree. more
The future of American healthcare hinges on the continued support and elevation of independent primary care—a cornerstone that not only enhances healthcare quality and cost controls but also … more
March is Lymphedema Awareness Month, and today there are more options than ever to help prevent this challenging and all too common complication associated with breast cancer treatment. more
By implementing workforce management technology to support the people who take care of the patients, health systems can ensure that merger and acquisition activity is a success. more
A federal judge disagreed with AstraZeneca’s claims that the Inflation Reduction Act causes harm by disincentivizing innovation and violates its constitutional rights to due process. Blockbuster … more
This year’s ViVE conference featured a variety of news announcements — from company launches to new products to partnerships to acquisitions and more. In this list, MedCity News compiled short … more
We live in a rapidly aging world. A new global photography project captures the lives behind the statistics by documenting the lives of 72-year-olds — the world's median life expectancy today. more
A new study finds swapping half of your typical red meat intake for plant protein, reduces your diet-related carbon footprint by 25% and may also your boost lifespan. more
More and more people are victims of fires. Are they getting the long-term care they need? more
With a court-appointed guardian in charge of her finances, the former talk show host has practically no autonomy. Here's what guardianships do — and how it impacts Williams. more
A team of researchers tried something that's never been done as a conflict rages. Instead of trying to calculate the toll of war in the moment, they looked forward. What's the reaction to their … more
The agency is replacing its COVID-specific guidance with general guidance for respiratory viruses that says people should stay home when they are sick. more
The announcement comes amid falling profits for the company. WeightWatchers has been facing declining stock prices since November as weight loss drugs, known as GLP1s, have soared in popularity. more
As marijuana has gone mainstream in America, lawmakers in states that legalized it are now grappling with a new question: Should high-potency pot products be regulated differently? more
The CDC is dropping its isolation guidance for COVID, instead advising around respiratory viruses in general. The change reflects the reality that severe outcomes are less frequent, says the … more
The CDC is dropping its isolation guidance for COVID, instead advising around respiratory viruses in general. The change reflects the reality that severe outcomes are less frequent, says the … more
Efforts to enhance accessibility to medical marijuana are gaining traction in Arkansas as advocates and industry stakeholders push for a constitutional amendment slated for the November ballot. Tim … more
A look at possible reasons why multiple myeloma affects Black people more than white people, including genes, health care disparities, and the role of MGUS. more
African Americans are more likely to develop multiple myeloma but are underrepresented in clinical trials. Here’s why and what can be done about it. more
The blood cancer multiple myeloma affects Black and Hispanic people more often than other groups. A closer look at the reasons behind this disparity. more
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