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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 »

The surprising truth about exercise and burning calories

I haven’t seen you at the gym lately. Motivation problems? No. More like an existential crisis of the fitness kind. I’m reading the new book Burn: The Misunderstood Science of Metabolism, by Herman Pontzer. You can read and exercise simultaneously, you know. They have those little shelves on the treadmills. Just bring the book next… Read More »

What teens are most worried about

In a tough year for young people, discrimination and the coronavirus pandemic weighed the heaviest on teenage Aussie minds. A survey of more than 25,000 young Australians has found teen girls are much more stressed than their male counterparts, but concerns over discrimination and COVID-19 cut across gender lines. The issue of equity and discrimination… Read More »

ADVERTORIAL: Love Island’s Malin Andersson opens up about dealing with grief

Former Love Islander and mental health advocate, Malin Andersson, has spoken about her grieving process and what has helped her through tough times in a new podcast series – ‘In It Together’ brought to you by Co-op. The star, who has had to deal with the loss of both her mother and daughter in recent… Read More »

No need to panic about COVID-19 trial halts, FDA chief says. They show the system is working

Headlines about COVID-19 vaccine and drug trial pauses may ring alarm bells for millions of people watching their progress, but FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, M.D., has another point of view. The breaks in the action actually show the development process is working as intended, Hahn told Bloomberg. “The system was designed to identify safety issues,” he… Read More »