• Get More Sleep!

    LifeStyle by on January 18th, 2017

    We all know how important sleep is for managing our weight, mood, and productivity—and yet we still don’t get enough of it. Although you may not have time to get your full eight hours of sleep, you can maximize the sleep you do get by falling asleep faster and snoozing through the night, which will […]

  • Movers and Shakers January 2017

    Movers & Shakers by on January 18th, 2017

    Deborah Waterhouse Named GSK’s ViiV Healthcare CEO As ViiV Healthcare CEO, Dr. Dominique Limet stepped down after serving seven years, and the pharma giant tapped Deborah Waterhouse, the current SVP of Primary Care, as CEO, effective as of this month. Waterhouse joined GSK in 1996, and has held several roles at the company, including the […]

  • Industry Briefs January 2017

    Industry Briefs by on January 18th, 2017

    Wealthy Philanthropists to Drastically Change Drug Research Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan want to “cure, prevent, or manage all disease” by the end of the century—and they are not alone. Philanthropists such as Facebook’s former president Sean Parker, Citigroup former CEO Sandy Weill, and Nike co-founder Phil Knight, are all funding […]

  • Healthcare Watch January 2017

    Healthcare Watch by on January 18th, 2017

    Doctor Docs: Doctors May Not Be as Supportive of Biosimilars as Numbers Suggest New data proves that 84% of physicians in fields in which biosimilars are very prevalent plan on prescribing more biosimilars in the next three years. The popularity of biosimilars with physicians seems to be increasing as the FDA approves more of these […]

  • Industry Briefs December 2016

    Industry Briefs by and on December 21st, 2016

    ACA Repeal in Question as New Administration Emerges President-elect Donald Trump made clear throughout his campaign that one of his most immediate goals would be the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. While many believe he won’t be able to easily repeal the ACA, he can, according to Reuters, without Congressional approval, make massive changes […]

  • Seven Ways To Stay in Peak Health Throughout Winter

    LifeStyle by on December 21st, 2016

    The winter months can really take a toll on our overall health. It’s not as easy to get excited about staying in our exercise routines when it is cold, dark, or dreary outside. Eating yummy holiday foods and spending snowy days inside eating sweets with friends and family can result in a health slump. Seven […]

  • Healthcare Watch December 2016

    Healthcare Watch by on December 21st, 2016

    TeleMed Text: Clinical Operations Groups—Key to RBM Activities Eighty-nine percent of clinical operations groups within pharmaceutical and medical device companies are involved in risk-based monitoring (RBM) activities, according to a study from Cutting Edge. The study, Risk-Based Monitoring: Inject Remote Risk Assessment to Optimize Clinical Trial Outcomes, found that 73% of surveyed CROs have dedicated […]

  • Healthcare Watch November 2016

    Healthcare Watch by on November 23rd, 2016

    Doctor Docs: Medical Apps Fail Physicians in China Physicians in China are looking at medical apps to keep their industry knowledge up to date. Kantar Health’s recent survey of more than 10,000 doctors reveals that doctors spend at least 10 hours a week doing online activities related to their profession and 90% are subscribing to […]

  • Google Wants You to Sit Back And Enjoy the Ride

    LifeStyle by on November 23rd, 2016

    Driverless cars are gaining ground and there’s no longer any doubt that automated vehicles will be changing our commute very soon. Huge corporations, mainly Google, Uber, and Tesla, are already putting autonomous driving technology on the roads. Car companies worldwide are preparing to incorporate fully autonomous technology within this decade. Six things you need to […]

  • Healthcare Watch October 2016

    Healthcare Watch by on October 31st, 2016

    Doctor Docs: The U.S. Calls for More Public Info In conjunction with the UN’s demand for transparency regarding drug development prices, the U.S. Department of Health issued a rule that it will require scientists and companies to publicly disclose additional details on more of their medical research studies, regardless of study results. The new rule […]

  • The 3D Revolution

    LifeStyle by on October 31st, 2016

    3D printing is perhaps one of the most revolutionary breakthroughs in science and technology. The industry’s effects have spanned the fields of healthcare, art, economy, environment—even space travel. From artificial blood vessels, to condensed milk, to a prosthetic for your dog or grandma, below are some of the most amazing areas in which 3D printing […]

  • Healthcare Watch September 2016

    Healthcare Watch by on September 15th, 2016

    Medical Devices: Augmented Reality in the OR Leica Microsystems is using the augmented reality technology typically seen in video games in their neurosurgery equipment. Dr. Joshua Bederson, System Chair for the Department of Neurosurgery at Mount Sinai Health, became the first neurosurgeon to use CaptiView, a microscope image injection system that overlays critical virtual reality […]

  • 14 Ways the American Bison Rocks!

    LifeStyle by on September 15th, 2016

    The bald eagle soared in American imaginations for years as our national icon. But now, it has a friend of the same standing: The Buffalo. Recently, the National Bison Legacy Act aimed not only to honor the historical symbol of the country, but draw attention and concern to their dwindling numbers. The bison is a […]

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