Category: Medical Research

Nikkei Asia | February 4, 2023

In Latin America, Japanese medical firms find wealth of benefits

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

8 tax deductions, credits you may qualify for in 2023

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

Tennessee board suspends licenses of two EMTs who responded to Tyre Nichols arrest

Two emergency medical technicians have had their licenses suspended after a Tennessee regulatory board found that they failed to give medical attention to Tyre Nichols for nearly 20 minutes as…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

White officer involved in fatal arrest of Tyre Nichols fired: Memphis Police Department

A white officer involved in the fatal arrest of Tyre Nichols last month has been fired from the Memphis Police Department for several conduct violations during the incident.  The department…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 4, 2023

Global food prices on the downslide, UN agency says

Welcome to The Hill's Sustainability newsletter. A friend forward this newsletter to you? Subscribe here. Today we’ll get ahead of the extreme cold that’s overtaking the northeastern U.S. and also look at…

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The Hill, International | February 4, 2023

US to send high-tech Boeing missiles in latest $2.2B Ukraine package

A new U.S. weapons package for Ukraine worth nearly $2.2 billion will for the first time include a longer-range missile, the Pentagon announced Friday.  The Boeing-made Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb, a…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

We can’t ignore the toll the pandemic has taken on the health of our kids

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, children’s hospitals and health systems across the United States found themselves stretched thin. While the pandemic played a major part, we also saw a continuing crisis…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

Testing students in the age of ChatGPT: Asking the tough question

How should universities and other institutions of learning adjust their testing policies in response to the emergence and widespread adoption of ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence chatbot? This and related questions…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

How To Know Layoffs Are Coming And What To Do About It

Remember when, not so long ago, tech companies couldn’t hire fast enough? Talent wars were fought and won all over Silicon Valley, as firms battled it out for the best…

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The Hill, Columnists | February 3, 2023

The phony rape exception to abortion bans

Now that the Supreme Court permits states to outlaw abortion, Republican state legislators are bitterly split over whether abortion bans should include exceptions in cases of rape. This is a…

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Hoover Institution | February 2, 2023

Coming Together To Improve America’s Health Care System — And Our Fiscal Condition

Coming Together To Improve America’s Health Care System — And Our Fiscal Condition Alexa Thu, 02/02/2023 - 10:40 Lanhee J. Chen Off Thu, 02/02/2023 - 11:39Hoover Daily Report Thursday, February…

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Cato Institute | February 1, 2023

Biden’s Misguided Call for Internet Regulation

Paul Matzko Last fall, President Joe Biden earned mocking headlines for spelling out the word “D‑O-T” while reading out a website address from a teleprompter. It is no surprise that a president born…

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United Nations (UN) Africa | February 1, 2023

Fake medicines kill almost 500,000 sub-Saharan Africans a year: UNODC report

Trafficked medical products kill almost half a million sub-Saharan Africans every year, and action is needed to stem the flow, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) states…

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The Hill, Technology | February 1, 2023

Hillicon Valley — Workday, PayPal follow tech layoff trend

Workday and PayPal announced layoffs Tuesday, following other widespread layoffs hitting the tech industry.   Meanwhile, the U.S. and its allies in the Middle East and North Africa announced they…

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The Hill, Finance | January 31, 2023

Black taxpayers more than three times more likely to be audited by IRS

A new report published Monday found that the IRS audits Black taxpayers at a significantly higher rate than non-Black taxpayers. The paper, published by Stanford's Institute for Economic Policy Research,…

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The Hill, Technology | January 31, 2023

Workday cuts hundreds of jobs

The cloud software company Workday plans to cut hundreds of jobs as it lays off about 3 percent of its global workforce.  The company told employees in a message on…

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Hoover Institution | January 31, 2023

Q&A: Adele Hayutin on New Landscapes of Population Change

Q&A: Adele Hayutin on New Landscapes of Population Change Rachel Moltz Tue, 01/31/2023 - 08:37 Adele Hayutin is a business economist and Annenberg Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution,…

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Pacific Maritime Magazine | January 31, 2023

National Maritime Center Now Accepting Electronically Signed Documents

Image: National Maritime Center. In an effort to improve services for mariners, the National Maritime Center can now accept electronic signatures on CG-719 series forms and all supporting documentation for…

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Hoover Institution | January 31, 2023

Bread + Medicine: American Famine Relief in Soviet Russia, 1921–1923

Bread + Medicine: American Famine Relief in Soviet Russia, 1921–1923 LeAnn Mon, 01/30/2023 - 14:21 Publication Date: June 1, 2023  A century ago, the Soviet Union faced a catastrophic famine,…

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Hoover Institution | January 30, 2023

Vinay Prasad On Pharmaceuticals, The FDA, And The Death Of Duty

Vinay Prasad On Pharmaceuticals, The FDA, And The Death Of Duty Alexa Mon, 01/30/2023 - 10:48 interview with Russ Roberts Off Mon, 01/30/2023 - 11:39Hoover Daily Report Monday, January 30,…

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National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) | January 30, 2023

Beyond Burnout: from Measuring to Forecasting — by Bart Blackburn, Tiffany Chan, Elizabeth Cherot, Richard B. Freeman, Xi Hu, Eric Matt, C. Aubrey Rhodes

Burnout of physicians and other medical personnel is a major problem in the economics of healthcare systems, potentially costing billions of dollars. Knowledge of the determinants and costs of burnout…

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The Hill, International | January 27, 2023

WHO updates list of medicines to stockpile for nuclear emergencies

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday updated the list of medicines and drugs it recommends to treat exposure to radiological and nuclear emergencies for the first time since 2007.…

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Breaking Defense | January 27, 2023

Underfunding the US Army undermines deterrence in Taiwan

Taiwanese Marines on exercises in 2013 (Photo by Ashley Pon/Getty Images) Ukraine has riveted attention to ground combat in Europe — but what about a land war in Asia? In…

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Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), General | January 27, 2023

What’s “progressive” about absurdly generous pension systems?

Twitter has been getting very excited lately about the protests in France. In case you missed it, President Macron is planning to gradually raise the retirement age from currently 62 years to,…

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RAND Cyber and Data Science | January 27, 2023

Why APIs? Anticipated Value, Barriers, and Opportunities for Standards-Based Application Programming Interfaces in Healthcare

To better understand the landscape of application programming interface (API) use cases, we interviewed U.S. thought leaders involved in developing and implementing standard-based APIs.

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