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Teladoc & Livongo both report Q2 wins ahead of merger; Abbott sees revenue slip; and other digital health Q2 earnings

Aug 08, 2020 jonah.comstock@himssmedia.com (MobiHealthNews), Mobile Health News
Also: Dexcom continues to make strides, while iRhythm Technologies takes a hit in...
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How to Know When to Go: One Nurse’s Approach to the Retirement Question

Aug 01, 2020 , American Journal of Nursing
Many possible takes on ‘retirement.’ When I meet many of my nursing school mates from (too many) years ago, conversation inevitably turns toward talk of retirement. There are many angles to this, from “Are you going to retire?” to “Are you thinking of slowing down?” to “What are you going to do next?” I have [...] The post How to Know When to Go: One Nurse’s Approach to the Retirement Question appeared first on Off the...
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Bill Gates says most coronavirus tests are a 'complete waste' because the results come back too slow

Jul 30, 2020 , CNN Health
Bill Gates slammed coronavirus testing in the US in an interview with CNBC, saying that most tests are a "complete waste" because it takes too long for the results to come back....
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Nature Valley’s Packed takes on a creamy, crunchy texture

Jul 30, 2020 , Drug Store News - Retail
Nature Valley Packed is a sustained energy bar that features three textures — creamy, crunchy and...
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Analysis: When Is a Coronavirus Test Not a Coronavirus Test?

Jul 30, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
If it takes 12 days to get results, testing is basically...
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Facebook Takes Down Viral Video Making False Claim That ‘Hydroxychloroquine Cures Covid’

Jul 29, 2020 , Forbes
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have deleted a viral video titled “America’s Frontline Doctors” that attracted millions of views with dubious claims about...
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Bill Gates says delays in coronavirus test results make them a 'complete waste,' 'insane'

Jul 29, 2020 , CNBC Health
"You should not reimburse somebody for getting a test that it takes more than 48 hours to get the result back," Bill Gates told...
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AHA News: Controlling Diabetes Takes on Greater Urgency During COVID-19 Pandemic

Jul 28, 2020 , MedicineNet
Title: AHA News: Controlling Diabetes Takes on Greater Urgency During COVID-19 PandemicCategory: Health NewsCreated: 7/24/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 7/27/2020 12:00:00...
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The race for an artificial pancreas is heating up – here's a look at how insulin pumps are finally getting smarter

Jul 19, 2020 , CNBC Health
With the advancement in technologies like continuous glucose monitors, insulin pumps are evolving to automate delivery. CNBC's Erin Black takes a look at how insulin pumps are getting...
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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp sues Atlanta mayor over city's face mask mandate

Jul 17, 2020 , CNBC Health
"If being sued by the State is what it takes to save lives in Atlanta, then we will see them in court," Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms...
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Walmart, Sam’s Club to require customer face coverings 

Jul 17, 2020 , Drug Store News - Retail
The policy takes effect at Walmart and Sam's Club on July 20, giving the retailers time to roll out signage, train associates and inform customers....
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Magnet Status Is Generally Better for Nurses and Patients

Jul 17, 2020 , American Journal of Nursing
Discussed in this post: “Original Research: How Magnet Hospital Status Affects Nurses, Patients, and Organizations: A Systematic Review” (July, AJN) Is the work it takes to become a Magnet hospital worth it? The Magnet award recognizing excellence in nursing has been around for decades. It’s not an easy process, nor an inexpensive one—hospitals that apply [...] The post Magnet Status Is Generally Better for Nurses and Patients appeared first on Off the...
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Deep Dive Into Big Pharma AI Productivity: One Study Shaking The Pharmaceutical Industry

Jul 16, 2020 , Forbes
The pharmaceutical business is perhaps the only industry on the planet, where to get the product from idea to market the company needs to spend about a decade, several billion dollars, and there is about 90% chance of from the time it takes from discovery to a marketed product may take a decade,...
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Israel's leader is starting to pay a 'political price' as virus cases surge, protests erupt

Jul 16, 2020 , CNBC Health
The Israeli government made "very serious mistakes" after initially containing the coronavirus outbreak, and "tremendous damage" is being done to the economy, political analyst Joel Rosenberg said as cases in the country continue to climb...
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'Empower with information': How health tech is teaching women about themselves

Jul 15, 2020 , Mobile Health News
Dr Deborah Maufi, project manager at the Health[e] Foundation, and Dominnique Karetsos, co-founder of Healthy Pleasure Collective, give MobiHealthNews their takes on how tech can empower women ahead of the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Digital Event (7-11 September...
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Trump says Fauci 'made a lot of mistakes'

Jul 11, 2020 , CNBC Health
The president spoke about one of the country's top infectious disease experts in an interview with Hannity on Fox...
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Trump's rift with White House health advisor Fauci widens as coronavirus cases continue to hit new records

Jul 11, 2020 , CNBC Health
"Dr. Fauci's a nice man, but he's made a lot of mistakes," Trump said in an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity on...
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Who could make you eat undercooked chicken? Your future in-laws, research suggests

Jun 30, 2020 , CNN Health
Bloody hamburgers. Pink chicken. Moldy bread. We all know these foods are risky, but research has suggested that in certain high-stakes social situations — like when you meet your prospective in-laws for the first time — you may eat them anyway....
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Jun 30, 2020 , CNN Health
CNN's Miguel Marquez takes you inside an coronavirus hospital and speaks to doctors, nurses and patients about the pandemic....
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After saving his own life with a repurposed drug, a professor reviews every drug being tried against Covid-19. Here's what he's found

Jun 28, 2020 , CNN Health
Every morning, Dr. David Fajgenbaum takes three life-saving pills. He wakes up his 21-month-old daughter Amelia to help feed her. He usually grabs some Greek yogurt to eat quickly before sitting down in his home office....
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