New Zealand distributes additional funds to combat the “inflation storm” | Health, medicine and fitness

By Nick Perry – The Associated Press Wellington, New Zealand (AFP) – The New Zealand government said Thursday it will distribute a few hundred extra dollars to more than two million low-income adults to help them navigate what it describes as the “peak of a global inflation storm”. The payments are part of a package … Read more

History of health in our time

The humanists, in desperate need of enrollment and scholarship, have increasingly embraced the health humanities as a means of salvation. As more and more students pursue professional or pre-professional degrees in the health sciences, courses in pain and disease literature, medical ethics, and history of medicine and public health provide a way to attract these … Read more

What are the muscles that work by rotation?

There are no two ways about it, indoor cycling hurts all over – but what muscles work in rotation, specifically? This HIIT workout is sure to push your leg muscles to the limit, with your glutes, quads, and hamstrings doing most of the work. While other parts of your body will be engaged during the … Read more

Lessons from Joel Katz of Harvard University

Harvard University’s Joel Katz has a lot to teach anyone who builds or supports high-performance teams. Brigham and Women’s Department of Medicine last week, Dr. Joel Katz He announced his retirement from his position after 21 years of leading the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. This was a seismic … Read more

Health Care – Biden Takes Action on Formula Deficiency

The Circus is back in town – “Pharma Bros” Martin Shkreli was released early from federal prison on Wednesday after serving a sentence for securities fraud. Health officials on Wednesday warned of a spike in COVID infections and said that if Congress continues to stall passing new funding, the United States risks not being able … Read more

The future outlook for technology-based personalized care in healthcare and life sciences

In the next five years, healthcare and life sciences organizations will experience unique disruptive forces presented by a digital-first world that will shape many aspects of the industrial landscape from value-based care to digital prescription treatments. A report by IDC Research, a leading global market research firm, provides some predictions about how organizations can navigate … Read more