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A look back at the healthcare stories missed in the year of a pandemic.
It was the year when regulators, clinicians, and patients had no choice but to embrace the concept of wearable monitoring devices. But it’s been a long time coming for the technology class.
Despite difficult circumstances, experts believe colorectal cancer rates will not decrease in the coming years due to delays in screenings.
Experts expect more individuals to face mental health challenges caused by the events of 2020.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the US has shown its lessening interest in mitigating the more manageable virus, influenza. Is there a chance to change course?
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January 21, 2021
An individualized model that provides vaccine-hesitant patients resources without compromising autonomy could aid efforts to limit the pandemic with new vaccines.
The guidelines list more than 40 recommendations related to blood pressure targets, screening and diagnosis, and overall cardiovascular disease risk management strategies.
The association between genetic liability to smoking and ASCVD was independent from the effects of smoking on traditional cardiovascular risk factors.
More than two-thirds of smokers want to quit, but lack proper resources. A prescribing professional could help make up that difference.
A related editorial noted the study authors’ numbers were higher than those of the Mayo Clinic.
In most scenarios, patients with diabetes said they would use remote digital monitoring to manage their disease if the monitoring were equally or somewhat more effective than their current monitoring.
January 20, 2021
The longtime FDA expert assumes the role following the resignation of Stephen Hahn, MD.
The Biden administration has stated plans to administer 100 million vaccines in the next 100 days.
A spokesperson from American Red Cross discusses the importance of National Blood Donor Month and the challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The study underscores the importance of lowering air pollution concentrations below WHO guidelines.