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In recognition of National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, Dr. Peter Schmidt, Principal Investigator and Chief of the Behavioral Endocrinology Branch...
Scientific Meeting » RDoC ABCT Webinar: How Can RDoC Info...
In April 2019, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) Unit, the Delaware Project, and the Association for Behavioral ...
Scientific Meeting » 10th Anniversary Conference: Global ...
The 10th Anniversary Conference: Global Mental Health Research without Borders, will showcase findings from cutting-edge science and identify opportunities f...
Telemedicine reduces ICU mortality rate at Valley Health
During the first year of tele-ICU, the technology helped save 125 lives, reduce ICU length of stay by 34 percent, reduce the sepsis mortality rate, and more.
More U.S. youth seeking help during psychiatric emergencies
(Reuters Health) - The number of young people visiting U.S. emergency rooms with psychiatric problems is rising, driven largely by a surge in teens and minor...
Light physical activity tied to lower heart disease risk ...
(Reuters Health) - Senior women may be able to reduce their risk of developing heart disease by increasing the number of hours they spend in low intensity ac...
Low awareness of heart risks, heart health among young women
(Reuters Health) - Young women are largely unaware of the risks they face from cardiovascular disease, even though it remains the top cause of death for Amer...
Industry facing headwinds in a 'perfect storm' of disrupt...
A new survey with the HealthCare Executive Group sees trends such as consumerism and social determinants forcing providers and payers to fundamentally rethin...
Frequent drinkers of sugary beverages more likely to die ...
The more sugary drinks you consume, the more likely you are to die early, according to a new study.
Taking aspirin to avoid heart attacks? Risks may outweigh...
A daily low dose of aspirin to ward off heart attacks may not provide any net health benefit for most adults, according to the American College of Cardiology...
More ferry woes in Quebec after replacement vessel hits a...
MONTREAL – The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is sending a team of investigators to the Gaspe peninsula after a ferry boat hit a dock while moor...
Migrant farm worker review prompts renewed calls for refo...
OTTAWA – In midsummer 2018, while many Canadians were enjoying cold drinks on a hot day, a group of migrant farm labourers in Southern Ontario made a d...
Operations largely back to normal at Toronto’s Pearson ai...
TORONTO – Operations at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport had largely returned to normal Monday morning after a fire the night before trigg...
Ohio accuses UnitedHealth's OptumRx of drug overcharges i...
Ohio's attorney general on Monday said he had filed a lawsuit against UnitedHealth Group Inc's OptumRx unit, saying the pharmacy benefit manager had overchar...
A new wound-care initiative is tackling painful wait times
By Selma Al-Samarrai and Michael Oliveira Trevor Kampen marvels at the number of people he’s met during his journey from St. Michael’s Hospital to Providence...
Saskatchewan workplace fatalities, injuries, up in 2018:W...
REGINA – Figures from the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board show the number of jobsite fatalities in the province in 2018 rose 78 per cent...
Ontario public service employees sue province, unions ove...
TORONTO – Two Ontario public service employees have launched a lawsuit against the provincial government and the unions that represent them, alleging t...
Partners HealthCare integrates state opioid tool into its...
Using the Massachusetts Prescription Awareness Tool will create better access to prescription data for clinicians at Partners.  
Children's hospital issues weed warning after flood of ca...
Atlantic Canada's largest children's hospital is warning parents about the risks of edible weed after a flood of cannabis-related calls to its poison centre.
Ontario youth prescription funding rollback two weeks away
A program providing free universal pharmacare for Ontario residents under the age of 25 will be partially repealed April 1.
CES chief Gary Shapiro: 'There's not enough experimentati...
The industry veteran and head of the CTA on the greatest threat to innovation, empathy as the new currency – and why every health organization should be thin...
Amarin's Vascepa cuts occurrence of serious heart problem...
A high dose of Amarin Corp's Omega-3 drug Vascepa significantly reduced the occurrence of first and subsequent heart attacks, strokes and other serious heart...
The business case for health insurers to embrace public c...
Sharing systems and data, speed to market and agility and improved security are among the reasons payers are making the move to cloud.
With high-tech glasses, Japanese ALS patient makes the be...
The music booms and lights flash as Masatane Muto, a wheelchair-bound disc jockey, uses is eyes to put on a show at a recent Tokyo music festival.
Former NHL players to be given cannabis for post-concussi...
Dozens of former NHL players will be given CBD as part of a study examining whether the cannabis compound might help alleviate symptoms of brain injuries.
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Common heartburn drugs may raise kidney disease risk
What to know if you take a proton pump inhibitor.
Clinical IT leaders create national network in New Zealand
A group of Kiwi clinicians with a passion for technology driving changes in healthcare has created a Clinical Informatics Leadership Network. The new network...
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Son of GKAS co-founder continues tradition
Government had record year for HIPAA enforcement in 2018
The Office for Civil Rights announced Feb. 7 that it settled 10 cases totaling $28.7 million in 2018, a record in enforcement actions. The previous high was ...
Just the Facts — March 18, 2019
Just the Facts — March 18, 2019
Sprinkles of care
Sprinkles of care: Dr. Denise Chow, left, dental assistant Sandy Sanchez and patients Shelby-Rose and McKenna O’Hanlon smile for the camera at the Feb. 13 Gi...
Kansas City University names Dr. James Koelbl vice provos...
In his new role as vice provost for oral health initiatives, Dr. James Koelbl will help conduct a feasibility study for opening a new dental school at the Ka...
‘The right thing to do’: ADA membership offers value
“Dentistry is hard, it can be stressful, you can find yourself feeling alone in your own little practice world,” she said. “The ADA is there to support you.”
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Canadian experts say prolonged antibiotic treatment for L...
A prolonged course of antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease is no more beneficial than a placebo and can even be “harmful,” Canadian infectious disease exper...
Healing after trauma
Though your memories won't go away after a trauma, you can learn how to cope.
The North American respiratory-protection market to 2022:...
DUBLIN (BUSINESS WIRE, November 06, 2018) — The “North American Respiratory Protection Market, Forecast to 2022” report has been added to R...
Apple Watch detects irregular heart beat in large U.S. study
The Apple Watch was able to detect irregular heart pulse rates that could signal the need for further monitoring for a serious heart rhythm problem, accordin...
Newer heart valves may let more people avoid surgery
Surgery for a bad aortic heart valve may soon become a thing of the past. Two studies find it's OK to have a new valve placed through a tube into an artery i...
Edwards, Medtronic heart valve systems prove worth in low...
Non-invasive heart valve replacement systems from Medtronic Plc and rival Edwards Lifesciences Corp proved as good or better than open heart surgery in young...
U.S. seizes 1 million pounds of pork from China on swine ...
U.S. border agents have seized around 1 million pounds of pork from China, a spokesman for the agency said on Friday, over suspicions that it might contain A...
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