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I’m a dermatologist, and this is the most misdiagnosed skin condition I see – Well+Good

Getting acne from rosacea is extremely confusing, because treating it like the former if you have the latter is not a good skin-care equation. It’s just like trying to exfoliate away a blackhead or pop a pimple—plain and simple, it’s not the right thing to do. (Trust.) Knowing your unique skin condition/skin type/skin tendencies, though, is… Read More »

Stop fearmongering about ‘Medicare for All.’ Most families would pay less for better care. – USA TODAY

opinion Donald M. Berwick Opinion contributor Published 3:15 AM EDT Oct 22, 2019 With costs rising painfully, insurance companies denying care and nearly 30 million people still uninsured, America desperately needs an honest health policy discussion. That’s why it has been so disappointing over the past several weeks to watch multiple candidates parrot right-wing attacks on “Medicare… Read More »

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 »