As China moves away from Zero Covid, health experts warn of dark days ahead

Editor’s note: Editor’s note: A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Simultaneous China newsletter, a thrice-weekly update that explores what you need to know about the country’s rise and how it’s impacting the world. Register here. Hong Kong CNN – China’s Covid-free policy, which has halted the world’s second largest economy and sparked an … Read more

Republicans need a healthcare agenda

RThe Republicans won the majority of the House of Representatives seats. However, this was not the red wave that everyone was raving about. The shrunken results are directly related to Republicans’ lack of a meaningful health care agenda. More than 6 million people have already had the flu this season: CDC Beginning my career as … Read more

AWS announces the general availability of Amazon Omics

In re: Invent, AWS announce General availability of Amazon Omix, a managed service for storing, analyzing and annotating genomic, transcriptomic and other omics data. The service is designed for healthcare and life sciences organizations to enhance patient care and advance scientific research. Amazon Omics provides scalable workflows, integrated tools for preparing and analyzing omics data, … Read more

The bill prohibits gender reassignment for those under the age of 21

Ostensibly, Americans and their legislators accept and understand LGBT people more now more than a decade ago. The Supreme Court’s 2015 decision to legalize same-sex marriage is one of the most tangible and significant gains for LGBT rights — yet the 2015 decision directly protected only lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. No fewer than 19 … Read more

The normalization of marijuana gets science’s approval

Stephen F Gambesia Inside Sources More state lawmakers are preparing to legalize “recreational” marijuana beyond its medical use. Surprisingly few healthcare and public health groups or leaders are resisting what is likely to be the next public health crisis. While surveys show that the public is open to using cannabis for medical and even recreational … Read more

Focus on promoting good mental health in 2023 with UAB Arts in Medicine – News

The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, LGBTQ+ youth support, suicide prevention and caregivers, and homelessness reduction. The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, LGBTQ+ youth support, suicide prevention and caregivers, and homelessness reduction.Find out ways to support mental health at … Read more

Pioneering Sustainability and Circularity in a Timeless Industry – POLITICO

Circular economy – What’s Next? The circular economy is one of the building blocks of the European Green Deal and Europe’s Agenda for Sustainable Growth. Circulation is also one of the six EU environmental goals included in the EU classification. European institutions have identified textiles as one of the sectors with the highest rate of … Read more

Biological treatment of IBD patients through the Financial Assistance Program can have superior results

A study conducted by researchers at UT Southwestern University found that patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) who needed treatment with biological therapies and enrolled in a financial assistance program were less likely to need surgery after starting treatment compared to those not enrolled in the program. There are gaps in the care of patients … Read more

Kessler and BrainQ partner in a national trial of a breakthrough device to improve post-stroke recovery

Researchers from the Kessler Foundation and the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (together, “Kessler”) are enrolling participants in a national trial of an innovative device to improve recovery after stroke. The Kessler sites in West Orange and Saddle Brook, N.J., are among 20 sites across the United States participating in the EMAGINE Stroke Recovery Trial, which … Read more

Dr. Ihor Suchuk of Hackensack Meridian Health Receives 30 Years Fellowship Award from the New York Academy of Medicine

Newswise – November 18, 2022, Nutley, NJ – Ihor Sawczuk, MD, FACS, Hackensack Meridian the health Chair of the Department of Academics, Research, and Innovation, he has reached a milestone: He is a Fellow for 30 years at the New York Academy of Medicine. Sawczuk, who is also associate dean for clinical integration and professor … Read more