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#Healthin2Point00, Episode 191 | Doctor on Demand & Grand Rounds merge, plus more staggering deals

Health in 2 Point 00 Mar 17, 2021• Today on Health in 2 Point 00, it’s St. Patrick’s Day and to top off your green beer we’ve got plenty of green money. First up on Episode 191, the news we’ve been waiting for: Doctor on Demand and Grand Rounds merge. No SPAC here, but this… Read More »

Italy’s winemakers are reeling from the coronavirus impact, but hope demand can bounce back

A picture taken on May 28, 2020 at the Hofstaetter vineyards in Mazzone, Egna, Trentino Alto Adige. MIGUEL MEDINA Italy’s winemakers had already had a difficult year in 2019, contending with floods, heatwaves and storms, and then the coronavirus pandemic came along. A strict lockdown in Italy, and in most of Europe, put a stopper… Read More »

Ververica introduces free Community Edition of its Platform to meet the increasing demand for Apache Flink adoption at all levels

A free, lite, flexible platform for stateful stream processing and streaming analytics with Apache Flink London, UK, March 31, 2020 — Ververica, founded by the original creators of Apache Flink®, today unveiled Ververica Platform Community Edition, specifically designed to welcome the adoption of stream processing with Apache Flink for everyone. The Community Edition of Ververica… Read More »

Lured by high demand, Korean wholesaler smuggled Novo’s obesity drug Saxenda into China

Anti-obesity drug Saxenda has been one of Novo Nordisk’s key growth drivers lately—and apparently, a Korean wholesaler noticed. The pharmaceutical middleman allegedly smuggled the popular drug into China, where it’s not yet approved. Korean regulators are investigating the wholesaler for allegedly hawking Saxenda in China, Korea Biomedical Review reported, citing multiple sources. A Novo spokeswoman confirmed to FiercePharma… Read More »

Consumers Want Help With Health: Can Healthcare Providers Supply That Demand?

Among people who have health insurance, managing the costs of their medical care doesn’t rank as a top frustration. Instead, attending to health and wellbeing, staying true to an exercise regime, maintaining good nutrition, and managing stress top U.S. consumers’ frustrations — above managing the costs of care not covered by insurance. And maintaining good… Read More »