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1117 Articles Matching "survey"

One in Four Patients Concerned About Diabetes Drug Costs

Aug 22, 2019 , RxList
Roughly one in four adults with diabetes asked their physician for a cheaper prescription drug and 13% of patients took less medicine than prescribed to try to lower their drug costs, according to recent survey...
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CDC, state health officials investigating link between vaping and severe lung disease

Aug 21, 2019 , CNN Health
At least 15 states have identified more than 120 cases of lung disease or injury that could be linked to vaping, a CNN survey of state health departments has found....
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New Survey Shows Many People Think Their Doctors Should Refuse To See Unvaccinated Children

Aug 21, 2019 , Forbes
Three out of ten people think that parents of unvaccinated children should be asked to find a new doctor, according to a new survey of over 2,000 American...
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Nearly 1 in 4 millennials hasn't had a physical in 5 years, survey says

Aug 21, 2019 jonah.comstock@mobihealthnews.com (Jonah Comstock), Mobile Health News
A new survey from Harmony Healthcare IT shows 23-to-38-year-olds eschewing traditional care and flocking to...
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Dutch startup secures €1.4m for digital sleep coaching platform

Aug 21, 2019 lpostelnicu@himss.org (Leontina Postelnicu), Mobile Health News
In a survey from Philips published earlier this year, 44% of adults said their sleep had worsened in the past five...
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More than 120 cases of lung disease in 15 states could be linked to vaping

Aug 18, 2019 , CNN Health
At least 15 states have identified more than 120 cases of lung disease or injury that could be linked to vaping, a CNN survey of state health departments has found....
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Trans Students More at Risk of Mental Health Ills

Aug 17, 2019 , WebMD
About 78% of the students met criteria for one or more mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-injury and suicide risk, the survey...
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Employee health benefits' costs expected to rise 5% in 2020, new survey says

Aug 14, 2019 , CNBC Health
The total cost of worker health benefits is expected to top $15,000 per employee, according to the National Business Group on Health annual survey of nearly 150 of the nation's largest...
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Half Of Big U.S. Employers Favor Expanding Medicare

Aug 14, 2019 , Forbes
More than half of large U.S. employers favor expanding Medicare by making more Americans under 65 eligible, the National Business Group on Health annual survey shows....
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75% Of Asthma Sufferers Unable To Work To Their Full Potential

Aug 02, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
A new multi-national survey has revealed that asthma sufferers are missing nearly one-tenth of work hours due to their symptoms, which also results in a loss of productivity and affects their emotional wellbeing. The World Health Organisation estimates that 235 million people around the world suffe......
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Midwives And Nurse-Midwives May Underestimate The Dangers Of Prenatal Alcohol Use

Aug 02, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Alcohol use during pregnancy can have harmful consequences on the fetus including restricted growth, facial anomalies, and neurobehavioral problems. No amount of alcohol use during pregnancy has been proven safe. Yet a recent survey of midwives and nurses who provide prenatal care showed that 44% th......
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U.S. nurses may not be ready for nuclear emergencies

Aug 01, 2019 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - U.S. nurses may not receive adequate training in how to care for patients during a nuclear event or radiation emergency, a nationwide survey of nursing schools suggests....
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'Presenteeism' takes toll on menstruating women

Jul 31, 2019 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Women who push themselves to work or study despite menstrual symptoms like painful cramps may be less productive on those days and might benefit from being able to work from home or take a day off and make it up later, a large survey suggests....
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Is earned media on the way out?

Jul 31, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
Recent surveys suggest that paid, shared and owned media are rising in importance and impact, leaving earned media behind. Earned media, long the mainstay of public relations, is rapidly dwindling in importance, changing the nature of public relations. Many PR leaders defend the value of earned media, but others argue PR must adapt to the […] The post Is earned media on the way out? appeared first on Health Care Communication...
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A slew of PR pros share what they do for a living

Jul 31, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
‘Public relations’ encompasses a multitude of different skills, disciplines and tactics. Here’s what 50 working in the field say they do to earn a paycheck. If you ask 10 PR professionals what they do for a living, you’ll probably get 10 different answers. For example, the 2019 JOTW Communications Survey asked 223 PR and communications pros to […] The post A slew of PR pros share what they do for a living appeared first on Health Care Communication...
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Older Voters Put Climate Change Above Health Care And Social Security In Next Avenue Reader Survey

Jul 30, 2019 , Forbes
Here's what Next Avenue readers said are their top 2020 election...
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Only About One In Three High-Risk Americans Take PrEP Despite Proven Effectiveness Of Drug To Protect Against HIV

Jul 26, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Among the men in the survey, PrEP use rose steeply from 2014 to 2017, from 6 percent to 35 percent, but large racial disparities still persist....
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Free webinar: The 2019 State of the Intranet

Jul 16, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
Join us virtually as we dissect results from Simpplr’s latest survey on the state of today’s intranet. The results are in—and we have the scoop. Every year, intranet solution provider Simpplr surveys hundreds of communications and IT professionals to learn current trends, goals and concerns of corporate intranets. Your peers have helped answer such vital […] The post Free webinar: The 2019 State of the Intranet appeared first on Health Care Communication...
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Sex May Be Less Satisfying With Age, Too Few Women Seek Help

Jul 16, 2019 , RxList
Free-text survey responses from thousands of postmenopausal women in the United Kingdom as to why they do or do not have sex highlight familiar patterns, according to results published July 10 in Menopause. The findings raise serious concerns about why so few women seek help for sexual dysfunction, experts...
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Study: Many Thyroid Cancer Patients Say They Had No Choice About Radioactive Iodine

Jul 12, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
After thyroid cancer surgery, many patients should be in the position of deciding with their doctors whether to pursue treatment with radioactive iodine to help ease long-term follow-up and offer reassurance that the cancer is gone. A new survey by researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Ca......
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