Another Way to Kill Small U.S. Farmers: Seize Their Bank Accounts on Phony Charges

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‘The Bachelor’ Season 25, Episode 10: Closing Thoughts

Because she’s been there and done that, literally, former Bachelor contestant/tear fountain Ashley Iaconetti is recapping this season of The Bachelor for Cosmopolitan. With insider insight as well as a clear eye for what’s going down both in front of and behind the cameras, she’s got a whole lot to say…and you’re gonna wanna hear… Read More »

Confusion remains about ONC information blocking rules, even after start date

A poll taken this past month found that many healthcare industry stakeholders were still confused about federal information blocking rules – even though they were finalized more than a year ago and their new April 5 start date has been long publicized.   Now that the info blocking rules drafted by the Office of the… Read More »

Researchers identify brain’s role in broken heart syndrome

A new study uncovers potential mechanisms that may contribute to “broken heart syndrome,” or Takotsubo syndrome (TTS), a temporary heart condition that is brought on by stressful situations and emotions. The research, which was led by investigators at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), indicates that a heart-brain connection likely plays a major role.  For the… Read More »

‘There Was Nothing Anybody Could Do for These Patients.’ Now There Is.

Sonia Sein, outside her Bronx home, had irreparable damage to her trachea. She received a new trachea in January and is believed to be the first patient in the world to undergo a successful direct transplant of a donor trachea.Credit…Sarah Blesener for The New York Times SectionsSkip to contentSkip to site index ‘There Was Nothing… Read More »