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Most nations grappling with increased healthcare cost trends

Dive Brief: The United States is not the only nation whose healthcare systems are under considerable price and inflation pressures, a new global medical trend rate report from Aon concludes. The gross global medical trend price increase will average 8% in 2020 (including general inflation), up from 7.8% this year, researchers found. General inflation will be be… Read More »

Most patients willing to share medical records for research purposes

As medicine becomes both bigger and more personalized, massive databases of patient records, such as the one-million-person All of Us Research Program from the National Institutes of Health, become increasingly essential to fueling both new discoveries and translational treatments. But the looming, lingering question is to what degree are individual patients willing to share medical… Read More »

Top 5 Most Useful Meals For Students

Every biology specialist knows that certain foods play vital roles in the brain. As a student, you may not have the time to pay special attention to your diet. It is important to note that what you eat can affect how much concentration you have when you study and how much knowledge you retain. These… Read More »

The Most Effective Diet For Reducing The Worst Kind Of Fat – Forbes

A team of researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) led by Professor Iris Shai recently published a long-term study on the impact of Mediterranean and low-carb diet and exercise, measuring their impact with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans to map body fat distribution. Woman measuring waist of overweight man with tape measure, middle section… Read More »

The most expensive medicine ever treats a rare condition. The price: $2.13 million – Los Angeles Times

Evelyn Villarreal was one of the first children treated, at 8 weeks. Her family, from Centreville, Va., had lost their first child to spinal muscular atrophy at 15 months. Two years later when Evelyn was born a test showed she also had the disease, so the family enrolled her in the gene therapy study at… Read More »