How online personal training helped me lose weight and belly fat (Caliber Fitness review)

Online personal training is getting more and more popular these days as it’s cheaper than hiring a personal trainer in the gym so now more people than ever are considering working with personal trainers online to reach their weight loss and fitness goals. A while back I got contacted by Caliber Fitness, an online personal… Read More »

For both health care and health care journalism, there’s something missing in the middle

December 19, 2018 Posted By Categories Joy Victory has been deputy managing editor of HealthNewsReview.org since 2016. She tweets as @thejoyvictory. In 2015, a few months before I started working at HealthNewsReview.org, Cosmopolitan magazine published my article, “Why are so many American women dying in childbirth?” Tired of women getting blamed for the problem, I… Read More »

FDA stiff-arms Sanofi and Lexicon's Type 1 diabetes hopeful Zynquista

The FDA stiff-armed Sanofi and Lexicon’s diabetes drug Zynquista on Friday, darkening the companies’ hopes of launching the drug for Type 1 diabetes this year. It’s not a complete surprise, because an FDA advisory panel was split right down the middle on whether to approve the SGLT1/2 drug. But the FDA could have chosen the positive side… Read More »

Hospital-acquired sepsis cases drop, but treatment costs rise, report finds

Dive Brief: Healthcare consulting company Premier reported a 15% drop in hospital-associated sepsis cases among member hospitals over the past three years. But the news is not all good. Patients who develop sepsis in the hospital are 10% more likely to experience the worst kind, septic shock, raising the average per-case cost of treating the… Read More »