Flu vaccines are now available at CVS Pharmacy® and MinuteClinic® nationwide

43 percent of Americans say they will visit a retail pharmacy to get a flu shot this season CVS.com and the CVS Pharmacy app allow families to schedule multiple appointments simultaneously, providing added convenience Won Socket, Ri – CVS Health® (NYSE: CVS) reminds Americans that it’s more important than ever to keep up with immunizations … Read more

CEOs Get New Guide to Boosting Workers’ Mental Health

Led by an A-list of C Suite executives, a new nonprofit is developing a guide to guide businesses in supporting employee mental health, as well as a free online clearinghouse for anyone seeking help. why does it matter: Realizing that fatigue from pandemic until I arrived at the corner officeProject Healthy Minds attempts to reduce … Read more

4 tips to juggle GME training and become a new dad

Surviving, not to mention thriving, in resident physician training is an uphill climb. Adding a new baby to the mix can make the hill steeper. With 40% of resident physicians planning to have a baby while they are in their tertiary medical education (GME) training, having a newborn and advancing your career as a physician … Read more

Insurance companies must cover the policyholder’s owner in a tort claim

Last week, a federal court in New York Rule That the “insurer’s very broad duty to defend the insured” extends to the policyholder’s compensation to property owners in a basic tort action. ConMed Corporation (“ConMed”), a medical technology company, sued Federal Insurance Company (“Federal”), a division of Chubb, alleging that the Federal had violated the … Read more

New algorithm can track mental health through the skin – The Hill

Story at a glance Researchers at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering have been able to create a “new inference engine” that can monitor brain activity via electrical impulses in the skin. The principal investigator, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering Rose Fakih, has been developing the technology for the past seven years. The new … Read more

Simple exercise can slow memory loss

New research suggests that even a simple exercise program may help older adults with mild or mild memory problems. Doctors have long advised patients to do physical activity to help keep their brains healthy. But the US government-backed research represents the longest-running study of whether exercise makes any difference once memory begins to deteriorate. the … Read more

Abortion ban limits future training options for some US doctors

A view of the medical bed and operating room where abortions were performed, inside the Tulsa Women’s Clinic, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, US, June 20, 2022. REUTERS/Liliana Salgado Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register AUGUST 15 (Reuters) – University of Oklahoma medical student Ian Beck spent four years following doctors at an … Read more