Four intriguing biopharma developments this week
Here's a look at some of the most intriguing biopharma news developments this week from an investment in a new approach for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease to reports...
2 days ago - MedCity News
Penn Medicine CIO weighs in on precision medicine
During a recent phone interview, Penn Medicine CIO Michael Restuccia discussed the system's precision endeavors and how technology plays a role in achieving success.
4 days ago - MedCity News
Exclusive: Woman Can Move Again After a Breakthrough Stroke Treatment
The first person to receive deep brain stimulation for stroke recovery is performing far better than her doctors anticipated. Two years ago, Judy Slater, a 59 year old in...
11 days ago - Time
We need a futures market for healthcare and 3 more takeaways from Biden Cancer Initiative president
Greg Simon, Biden Cancer Initiative President touched on several topics from changing the culture of science, to highlighting some of the collaborations that emerged from the...
18 days ago - MedCity News
What stands in the way of precision medicine's advancement? Inadequate infrastructure for data collection
Tailoring data to the individual - distilling it down from the population level, in other words - is what's necessary for precision medicine in oncology care, but it's still a...
19 days ago - MedCity News - 2 articles
Congressman wants to integrate patients' addiction treatment records with EMR data
The idea is that if clinicians have a better understanding of their patients' entire medical histories including their “addiction treatment” histories, they will avoid...
21 days ago - MedCity News
Philadelphia is the place to be for innovation in the life sciences
Strengthening Partnerships, Expanding Opportunity
26 days ago - MedCity News
These Are the Faces of People With Pre-Existing Conditions. They're Terrified of the Future
In a two-bedroom apartment in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 41-year-old Jean Shenk flips through photos of her travels to Prague, Vienna, and Delhi. She shows off souvenirs she...
26 days ago - Time
Olympus ordered to pay Seattle hospital $6.6M in damages over scopes contaminated with superbug
More than 25 patients and families, from Pennsylvania to California, have sued Olympus alleging wrongful death, negligence or fraud.
27 days ago - MedCity News
Goldwater Institute EVP and attorney/bioethicist to debate Right to Try - and we'll live stream it
The Right to Try debate involving patients' right to experimental drugs is a thorny topic that will be debated by experts holding opposing viewpoints. The discussion, part of...
27 days ago - MedCity News
The headlines of Care Mag
Exclusive First Look at Tarte's New Blush Book Starring 7 New Blushes + 1...
Set your Google Cal alert, kids! Wednesday, Aug. 23, is going to be a beauty shopping sh*tshow. We have exclusive intel that Tarte's third-ever Blush Book palette will be...
Solar Eclipse 2017: How to Safely View It
There's something special about witnessing an infrequent natural phenomenon and here, in the U.S., we have an exciting one: a total solar eclipse! Solar Eclipse 2017 Details On...
EASY, HEALTHY, PALEO GRANOLA
Fall is about to be here and we can't wait to celebrate with fun activities and amazing recipes. Fall can also be a busy season filled with one activity to the next, which can...
Why doctors have started recording appointments for their patients
To help their patients better remember bits of information, more and more doctors are, with their patients' consent, recording appointments.
Helix and Illumina Accelerator collaborate to aid genomics startups
Helix and Illumina Accelerator have paired up and will give entrepreneurs the chance to develop innovative, DNA-driven products geared toward consumers.
A Potential Long-Term Cure For Deadly Peanut Allergies Could Be Around The...
Children with peanut allergies are aided by the inclusion of probiotics in their normal treatment regimen, new research suggests.
Eating Disorders Linked To History Of Theft
Convictions could increase a patient's stress and anxiety, interrupt treatment and hamper recovery.
The Benefits of Olive Leaves and Oil for Skin, the Ancient Skin Care Secret...
Did you know that olive oil used to be called “liquid gold” by ancient Greek poet Homer? In fact, this moisturizing and antioxidant-rich oil was a common skin care ingredient...
You'll Never Guess Where People Are Strobing Now
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Here's Why Beauty Insiders Are Obsessed With These Light-Up Mirrors
We're always on the hunt for new beauty tools that fit all of your prettifying needs, along with tips on how to organize everything , but one can never overestimate the power...