New Ohio State study finds possible connection between statins and diabetes
People who were prescribed statins to lower their cholesterol had at least twice the risk of developing type 2 diabetes as other patients, according to a recent…
Jun 25, 2019 23:24 UTC Health Read More
NHS property agency taken to task by National Audit Office
A state-owned property company that runs swaths of the National Health Service estate has no formal leases in place with most of its tenants and lacks the power to collect more than £500m in unpaid bills, according to a damning report by government auditors. NHS Property Services is owed £576m of unpaid rent and other charges and has racked up £1.01bn of losses since it was established six years ago, the National Audit Office said. “The framework for charging for NHS property is not working effectively and the department [of health] urgently needs to address the fundamental causes of this u...
Jun 25, 2019 23:02 UTC Health-Care Read More
Self-Inflicted Medical Misery
Over the weekend The Washington Post published a heart-rending description of a pop-up medical clinic in Cleveland, Tenn. — a temporary installation providing free care for two days on a first-come-first-served basis. Hundreds of people showed up many hours before the clinic opened, because rural America is suffering from a severe crisis of health care availability, with hospitals closing and doctors leaving. Since the focus of the report was on personal experience, not policy, it’s understandable that the article mentioned only in passing the fact that Tennessee is one of the 14 states tha...
Jun 25, 2019 22:50 UTC Health-Care Read More
Risk for Dementia May Increase With Long-Term Use of Certain Medicines
Here's what research suggests about a class of drugs called anticholinergics, which treat a wide range of ailments, from depression to bladder issues.
Jun 25, 2019 20:51 UTC Health Read More
Chipotle unveils new quarterly bonus program for hourly employees
Hourly employees working at Chipotle could see more money in their pockets each quarter through the rollout of a new bonus program unveiled by the company…
Jun 25, 2019 20:30 UTC Business Read More
Botox Maker Allergan Is Sold to AbbVie in $63 Billion Deal
The drugmaker AbbVie said on Tuesday that it planned to buy Allergan, the maker of Botox, for about $63 billion, in one of the biggest mergers in the health care industry this year. The deal represents a classic response to a perennial drug industry challenge: how to recover when a blockbuster drug is losing its patent protection. In acquiring Allergan, AbbVie gets to bypass the risky process of research and development by buying a portfolio of popular products as it faces the loss of patent protection for Humira, a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis that is the world’s top-selling drug. “T...
Jun 25, 2019 20:27 UTC Health-Care Read More
FedEx Corp. Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year Earnings
FedEx Corp. today reported the following consolidated results for the fourth quarter ended May 31 (adjusted measures exclude the items listed below for the…
Jun 25, 2019 20:04 UTC Business Read More
Data visualization could reveal nature of the universe
As cosmologists ponder the universe—and other possible universes—the data available to them is so complex and vast that it can be extremely challenging for…
Jun 25, 2019 19:33 UTC Science Read More
How Technology Is Being Used To Reduce Racial Disparities In Healthcare
The inequalities in the healthcare industry are widely documented, with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reporting earlier this year, for example, that there are massive racial disparities in pregnancy-related deaths. There is a lack of diversity in the medical field with only about 4% of U.S. doctors being black/African American and 5% being Hispanic; Latinos are currently one of the fastest growing ethnic groups in the U.S., which makes the latter statistic particularly problematic. With these health disparities in mind, a new platform, Hued, was developed. Hued is a platform...
Jun 25, 2019 19:22 UTC Health-Care Read More
Georgia Tech Satellite Successfully Launched Into Space
Years of planning, design, and testing have finally paid off for hundreds of Georgia Tech students and young alumni who make up the brain trust behind the…
Jun 25, 2019 19:04 UTC Science Read More
What is a Beyond Meat burger worth to hungry investors?
U.S. consumers hankering for one of Beyond Meat Inc's faux-meat burgers can pick one up at the grocery store for about $3 a patty.
Jun 25, 2019 18:44 UTC Business Read More
Palm Beach County offering free HIV testing
The Palm Beach County Health Department is encouraging HIV testingahead of National HIV Testing Day. The Health Department is emphasizing the…
Jun 25, 2019 17:55 UTC Health Read More
AccuWeather predicts even lower corn and soybean yield for 2019 after latest report
Kris Swartz gives Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine a tour of his farm on June 19, 2019, in Perrysburg, Ohio. Farmers who have been unable to plant their soybeans and…
Jun 25, 2019 17:34 UTC Business Read More
12 killed by rare bacterial infection in Essex
Twelve people have been killed by an outbreak of a rare bacterial infection in Essex, the NHS has said. Most of those affected were “elderly and had been receiving care for chronic wounds, in the community, either in their own homes and some in care homes”, according to the NHS Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). The outbreak of invasive Group A streptococcus (iGAS) started in Braintree and spread to the Chelmsford and Maldon areas, it added. There have been 32 reported cases of the disease. An incident management team has been established to “control the incident and closely moni...
Jun 25, 2019 17:12 UTC Health-Care Read More
The best business VR headset 2019: top virtual reality for enterprise use
Welcome to our pick for the best business virtual reality (and augmented reality) headsets of 2019. Advertisement. There are loads of reasons why you'd want to…
Jun 25, 2019 15:01 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More
Which climates are best for passive cooling technologies?
A group of University of California, San Diego researchers set out to gain a better understanding of the thermal balance of power plants and surfaces, like…
Jun 25, 2019 14:59 UTC Science Read More
Exclusive: In push to replace Huawei, rural U.S. carriers are talking with Nokia and Ericsson
About a dozen rural U.S. telecom carriers that depend on Huawei for network gear are in discussions with its biggest rivals, Ericsson and Nokia, to replace their…
Jun 25, 2019 14:36 UTC Business Read More
Despite Naysayers, Trump's Executive Order on Health Care Transparency Is a Breakthrough
President Trump signed an executive order (EO) Monday calling for price transparency in health care, aiming for patients to learn the price of a treatment before they undergo it. It is ridiculous that this EO is necessary at all—what other business routinely conceals its prices until after the sale? But among health industry insiders, disclosing pricing is an outrage of epic proportions. Industry leaders pounced on the EO, saying it would require them to disclose propriety contract terms. Before we cue the violins, those contracts govern the terms of patients’ experience with hospitals and…
Jun 25, 2019 14:04 UTC Health-Care Read More
Santorini volcano, a new terrestrial analogue of Mars
The Greek island of Santorini is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, but 3600 years ago it suffered one of the largest volcanic…
Jun 25, 2019 13:19 UTC Science Read More
New blood test for detecting Alzheimer's disease
Researchers from Lund University, together with the Roche pharmaceutical company, have developed a method to create a new blood marker capable of…
Jun 25, 2019 13:04 UTC Health Read More
The Job-Jumping Generation: Mistakes Millennials Are Making When Changing Jobs
This new employment model is not a bad thing, but there are common mistakes millennials may be making when they change jobs—and it may be possible to avoid some of them. The millennial generation is unique in many ways: raised with advanced technology, everything is documented on social media and the avocado market has never been stronger. But one major way that millennials are changing society is in the job market. There is a new trend of free agency among young professionals, meaning they don’t view themselves as a member of one company for the duration of their career. Instead of trying…
Jun 25, 2019 12:57 UTC Jobs Read More
Here’s how AI can help fight climate change according to the field’s top thinkers
The AI renaissance of recent years has led many to ask how this technology can help with one of the greatest threats facing humanity: climate change. A new…
Jun 25, 2019 12:02 UTC Science Read More
AbbVie to Acquire Allergan in Transformative Move for Both Companies
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Jun 25, 2019 10:41 UTC Business Read More
I’m an NHS nurse. This is how I’m convincing Americans to fight for free healthcare
As a British nurse, over the last year I have built links with American nurses who are leading the fight to establish Medicare For All in the USA. As we have shared experiences about the profession we love, I have been shocked by the horror stories from my US counterparts. The Americans don't have a healthcare system, they have a rolling healthcare crisis. Despite spending more money than any other country, millions of people in the US have no access to healthcare. Millions more have inadequate health insurance that could never actually cover their medical bills. One third of all fundraiser...
Jun 25, 2019 10:22 UTC Health-Care Read More
Vive Cosmos gets a modular face lift ahead of specs reveal next week
HTC have released a new video showing off the Vive Cosmos' new design, and have promised more details on the Vive Cosmos' specs next week.
Jun 25, 2019 09:54 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More
The Brief: How Brexit is affecting people's mental health
A recent Britain Thinks poll showed that 83% of people were sick of hearing about Brexit, while 64% believed it was damaging their mental health. To check if this was the case, we caught up with Sharon Leclercq-Spooner, a full-time, anti-Brexit activist based in Brussels. The trade expert reckons Brexit has taken a toll on her mentally and physically. She moderated an anti-Brexit event on an EU council day, and the stress overcame her. "It turns out I've got shingles and that's not good," she said. "That's probably just doing too much worrying. I call it Brexititis because it came on the da...
Jun 25, 2019 09:49 UTC Mental-Health Read More
Nevada leads nation in employment growth
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — More than 55,000 new jobs were added in the state of Nevada since last May, according to the Department of Employment, Training and…
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Jobs Read More
Eating Crap as a Teen Can Permanently Affect Men's Fertility
Eating a "Western diet" packed with high-fat and processed foods as a teen can permantently damage a man's fertility, according to a Harvard-led study.
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Health Read More
9 Smart Home Gadgets Under $50 that Improve Everyday Life
Smart home gadgets make our complicated lives easier. And while some products can be pricey, there are plenty of inexpensive gadgets that can make a big…
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Gadgets Read More
Virtual reality faces: animating precise, lifelike avatars for VR in real-time
Computer scientists are focused on adding enhanced functionality to make the "reality" in virtual reality (VR) environments highly believable. A key aspect of VR…
Jun 25, 2019 07:00 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More
Why Californians With Severe Mental Illness Are Caught Cycling From Prison To The Streets
There's an acoustic guitar propped up near the center of Audrey Woolfolk's living room. It seems out of place against the floral and lace decor, but Woolfolk likes…
Jun 25, 2019 06:59 UTC Mental-Health Read More
How fabricators can be savvy consumers of cloud computing services
Cloud computing is mentioned frequently as a component of the internet of things (IoT). So what is it? Basically, cloud computing is a *service* that allows…
Jun 25, 2019 06:59 UTC Computing Read More
Personal Finance: Bond market flashing yellow on economy
An interesting dichotomy has developed between the stock and bond markets over the past few weeks.
Jun 25, 2019 06:59 UTC Personal-Finance Read More
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