Smokers benefitted more from a low-fat, high-fiber diet than nonsmokers, and those with high blood pressure benefitted more than those with normal pressure.
Covering all areas of medical technology, and the public policies under which they're paid for. From networked systems and electronic medical records to gadgets, breakthroughs, and research.
What's in it for India? A regulatory regime based on western standards makes it easier not only to defend the home market but to grow exports.
This argument has the benefit of truth behind it. Small businesses can't get good group rates. Their profit margins are often razor-thin. The owners often go without coverage themselves to keep the doors open.
Microsoft HealthVault has won its first industry award, from Frost & Sullivan, as the company ramps up the marketing of its hospital computing solutions.
The words "doctor" and "office" are gradually being pulled apart, at least in the area of primary care.
The increased storms, floods, droughts and heat waves accompanying warming are already stressing health systems worldwide.
Adding wine sediment to ice cream slows its melting and makes it healthier, according to a study from Taiwan.
Major changes in the U.S. health care system must be phased in, and that new demand needs to be advertised heavily to potential suppliers. Also, family physicians need a raise.
Someone is getting phat on your fat.
Lists like this represent a form of spring cleaning for the author and a rummage sale for the reader. It can be fun to see what someone else thinks is important.