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smh.com.au - Mary Ward - Prescriptions for ADHD medication double in a decade
Prescriptions for ADHD medication double in a decade
The Sydney Morning Herald

People seeking treatment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, are facing months- long waiting lists to see a psychiatrist, with some clinicians attributing the increase in adult cases to historical under-diagnosis, particularly in…

telegraph.co.uk - Matt Law - Exclusive: Chelsea exodus continues as medical chief Paco Biosca departs
Exclusive: Chelsea exodus continues as medical chief Paco Biosca departs
The Telegraph

Chelsea's mass overhaul of senior staff will continue with long-serving medical chief Paco Biosca, who was at the club for both Champions League wins, becoming the latest to leave Stamford Bridge. Biosca's departure comes at the end of another week…

nytimes.com - Katie Thomas - How a Hospital Chain Used a Poor Neighborhood to Turn Huge Profits
How a Hospital Chain Used a Poor Neighborhood to Turn Huge Profits
The New York Times

RICHMOND, Va. — In late July, Norman Otey was rushed by ambulance to Richmond Community Hospital. The 63-year-old was doubled over in pain and babbling incoherently. Blood tests suggested septic shock, a grave emergency that required the…

seekingalpha.com - Dulan Lokuwithana - Cano, One Medical spark buyout interest amid shift to value-based care (NYSE:HUM)
Cano, One Medical spark buyout interest amid shift to value-based care (NYSE:HUM)
SeekingAlpha

From Cano Health (CANO) to One Medical (ONEM), the companies exposed to value-based care (VBC) are on a roll amid rising buyout interest as the industry heavyweights look to benefit from a lucrative alternative to a traditional reimbursement model.

sltrib.com - Intermountain's Alta View Hospital hosts mentorship event for prospective Black medical students
Intermountain's Alta View Hospital hosts mentorship event for prospective Black medical students
The Salt Lake Tribune

Dozens of students gathered at Intermountain's Alta View Hospital on Saturday for the inaugural Medicine Immersion Day, which provided an opportunity for students of color to learn about pathways to a career in health care. The event was planned by…

nytimes.com - Jessica Silver-Greenberg - They Were Entitled to Free Care. Hospitals Hounded Them to Pay.
They Were Entitled to Free Care. Hospitals Hounded Them to Pay.
The New York Times

In 2018, senior executives at one of the country's largest nonprofit hospital chains, Providence, were frustrated. They were spending hundreds of millions of dollars providing free health care to patients. It was eating into their bottom line. The…

nytimes.com - Lisa Rabasca Roepe - Millennials Want to Retire at 50. How to Afford It Is Another Matter.
Millennials Want to Retire at 50. How to Afford It Is Another Matter.
The New York Times

Although Devangi Patel, 33, has been working as a cardiothoracic anesthesiologist at a large medical center outside Atlanta for only two years, her goal is to afford to walk away from her job at 50. “That, to me, is the American…

theguardian.com - Julia Kollewe - HRT: inside the complex global supply chain behind a $20bn market
HRT: inside the complex global supply chain behind a $20bn market
The Guardian

In the centre of the factory stand 31 reactors: giant metal globes that can hold up to 10,000 litres of liquid each. Every week, gleaming stainless steel drums arrive by truck at this plant on the outskirts of Oss, in the Netherlands. Their…

sundayworld.co.za - Coceka Magubeni - Medical science, traditional healing need each other to beat cancer
Medical science, traditional healing need each other to beat cancer
Sunday World

It always becomes a nightmare when Africans seek a match to cure blood-related diseases because only 10% of donors are of African descent. Their unwillingness to donate has always been attributed to their spirituality beliefs, which makes it a…

theatlantic.com - Roxanne Khamsi - Did a Famous Doctor's COVID Shot Make His Cancer Worse?
Did a Famous Doctor's COVID Shot Make His Cancer Worse?
The Atlantic

n September 22 of last year, Michel Goldman, a Belgian immunologist and one of Europe's best-known champions of medical research, walked into a clinic near his house, rolled up his sleeve, and had a booster shot delivered to his arm. He knew he'd…

hstoday.us - NIST Awards Funding to Small Businesses to Advance Technologies for COVID Response, Manufacturing, Medical Diagnostics and More - HS Today
NIST Awards Funding to Small Businesses to Advance Technologies for COVID Response, Manufacturing, Medical Diagnostics and More - HS Today
Hstoday

The U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded more than $7 million in funding to 23 U.S. small businesses in 14 states through two separate efforts under its Small Business Innovation Research…

ft.com - Federica Cocco - Corporate America increasingly concerned over Taiwan risks
Corporate America increasingly concerned over Taiwan risks
Financial Times

Technology is the sector most concerned, the semiconductor industry raising the loudest alarm Executives at publicly traded US companies are becoming increasingly worried about the spectre of a further escalation of tensions over Taiwan, a major…

cornwalllive.com - Chloe Parkman - Driver dies after 'medical episode' behind wheel
Driver dies after 'medical episode' behind wheel
cornwalllive

A motorist has passed away after suffering a medical incident while driving in Cornwall. Police were called to the inciden t on the A3083 near Mullion at around 10.48am (September 24). A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police told CornwallLive…

bignewsnetwork.com - Former Giants RB wins $28.5M verdict in medical case
Former Giants RB wins $28.5M verdict in medical case
Big News Network.com

A former New York Giants running back who filed suit against his medical team won a $28.5 million verdict, the New York Post reported. Michael Cox, now 33, was a seventh-round selection by the Giants in 2013. He played in 14 games that season and…

alpenhornnews.com - Admin - Microwave Medical Waste Treatment Market Incredible Possibilities, Growth with Industry Study, Detailed Analysis and Forecast to 2026
Microwave Medical Waste Treatment Market Incredible Possibilities, Growth with Industry Study, Detailed Analysis and Forecast to 2026
alpenhornnews.com

Microwave Medical Waste Treatment market 2020 report is a research document that comprises of comprehensive data which boosts and helps the appraisal of every aspect of the Microwave Medical Waste Treatment businesses with Covid-19 Impact. It…

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