Dec 292015
 

New York Times
Medical and Health News That Stuck With Us in 2015
New York Times
As the year ends, the Science desk at The New York Times asked its reporters to choose the stories that were the most memorable. These are the selections, with a focus on health and medicine news. Visit this link for an additional collection from

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Dec 292015
 

Wall Street Journal
Year in Review: Top 10 Health Issues of 2015
Wall Street Journal
It was a big year for health news. Bad news—from outbreaks of the measles and foodborne illnesses to skyrocketing drug prices—was mixed with glimmers of hope and the seemingly impossible, including using the body's immune system to fight cancer and …

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Nov 242015
 
Freedman Chiropractic Center, LLC Announces ChiroTHIN Weight Loss Program to
GlobeNewswire (press release)
EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J., Nov. 15, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Freedman Chiropractic Center, LLC announced that the wellness center is now offering the ChiroTHIN weight loss program to help stress eaters successfully lose weight and keep the weight off …

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Nov 242015
 

U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Explore a Medical Career in Health Care Information Technology
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Health care information technology is a multibillion dollar industry employing clinicians, software engineers, marketers and business developers with the goal of creating streamlined, evidence-based technology that facilitates safe, high quality

Aug 032015
 

Knoxville News Sentinel
Lawmaker criticizes health department over raw milk
Knoxville News Sentinel
NASHVILLE — A state legislator who pushed legalization of “cow share” raw milk marketing in Tennessee contends the state Department of Health has gone overboard in continued warnings to consumers that nonpasteurized milk can be dangerous.

Aug 032015
 

New York Times
Dr. Donald L. Rasmussen, Crusader for Coal Miners' Health, Dies at 87
New York Times
20, 1968, in Marion County, W.Va., drew national attention to the issue and inspired a strike that prompted both state legislation and the 1969 federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act, which provided compensation for workers permanently disabled by

Aug 022015
 
To Your Good Health: There are many causes of weight loss
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Q. A year ago, I weighed 175 pounds. My wife became quite concerned when I started to lose weight. I am generally in good shape. My internist ordered a series of blood tests, CT and MRI scans and a brain scan. All results were favorable. However, I now …

May 222015
 

Forbes
Hedge Funds Keep Betting Big On Health Care
Forbes
In recent years, some of the most prominent hedge fund victories have been all about health care. Larry Robbins, the billionaire founder of Glenview Capital Management, has generated excellent performance in the last two years by allocating a big chunk
Health Care Stocks Top Hedge Fund Buys in S&P Capital IQ® Quarterly Hedge PR Newswire (press release)
S&P Capital IQ: Healthcare Drives Hedge Funds' Q1 BuyingFINalternatives

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Apr 032015
 
Best Weight Loss Surgeon: Dr. Craig Chang
Victoria Advocate
For Dr. Craig Chang, weigh loss surgery isn't only about helping people lose weight, it's also about changing their lifestyle. "I'm trying to help people lose weight, but I'm also trying to get rid of their diabetes and other medical problems," he said

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Apr 032015
 
The growing trend of healthcare breaches and what's next
The Hill (blog)
Hacking healthcare is not the newest flavor of the quarter when it comes to serious data security problems. Long considered a secondary target behind the seemingly more lucrative financial sector, over the past few years, the medical industry has