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World Health Organization Scolds Indian Company for Clinical Trial Violations

Yet another contract research organization in India is being scolded for its handling of clinical trial records.

Fordham, Education Department Sued Over Student's Mental Health Records

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -- A graduate student has sued Fordham University, seeking $5 million in damages and saying the college violated her civil rights by demanding her entire record of mental health treatment as a condition for returning. The federal lawsuit by Emily Pierce also names the U.S. Show More Summary

Electronic Health Records Can Improve Care for People with Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease can be difficult to treat, but experts have identified strategies for using electronic health records to improve care for this vulnerable population. The guidelines, which will appear in an upcoming issue of the...Show More Summary

The U.S. just recorded its first confirmed measles death in 12 years

5 days agoHealth : The Checkup

Health officials on Thursday confirmed the country's first measles death since 2003, and they believe the victim was most likely exposed to the virus in a health facility in Washington state during an outbreak there.Read full articl...

The Music Industry Needs to Wake Up and Support Artists With Mental Health Problems

This article originally appeared on Noisey UK. Back in January, footage showed Brian Harvey—previously a member of Britain’s streetwise, popular-in-the-nineties boy band East 17—smashing a gold record commemorating the group’s sales....Show More Summary

IDF Announces IDF ePHR App to Help Those Living with Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases Manage Their Health

The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) has announced the launch of a mobile app for IDF ePHR, the electronic health record specifically designed for the primary immunodeficiency (PI) community. IDF ePHR allows individuals and caregivers living with PI to track important health information, including medications, diagnoses, symptoms, infections, and other critical data.

Olympic Medalist Deena Kastor Shares 10 Mindfulness Tips for World Record Success, Health and Happiness

Olympic Medalist Deena Kastor After Setting Four World Records. Photo Credit PhotoRun.net/Competitor Group At 5'4" and only 104 pounds, no one knew quite what to expect as 41-year-old Deena Kastor lined up for the 2014 Philadelphia Rock 'N' Roll Half-Marathon. Show More Summary

Tuesday Odds and Ends

-Showmemories.com created local ad “Wear My Cat Around Your Neck” (video above). -Ole Smokey Moonshine named Los Angeles-based full-service agency Standard Time as its creative agency of record. -Henry Ford Health System named Campbell...Show More Summary

Health-Data Donors Aim to Aid Science

People give medical records to researchers studying health problems that affect them or their loved ones.

New strategies for combatting chronic kidney disease, other long-term conditions

New strategies for using electronic health records (EHRs) to treat patients with chronic kidney disease have been outlined by investigators. Their recommendations may help clinicians and hospitals better manage individual patients with chronic conditions and identify groups of patients most likely to benefit from different treatment strategies.

The Waste Biz: Recyclers Need To Focus On Worker Safety, Health

A new report reviews the health & safety records of recyclers, and shows that these companies have work to do on this front The post The Waste Biz: Recyclers Need To Focus On Worker Safety, Health appeared first on Sustainablog.

On the Record with SAMHSA's Frances Harding

last weekHealth / Addiction : The Fix

The Fix Q&A with the director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Center for Substance Abuse Prevention.

Tapping Into the Potential of Electronic Health Records to Improve Care for Patients with Chronic Conditions

The National Kidney Disease Education Program's Health Information Technology Working Group has identified strategies for using electronic health records to improve care for patients with chronic kidney disease, outlining specific design features and goals.

Researchers Outline New Strategies for Combatting Chronic Kidney Disease and Other Long-Term Conditions

Experts have identified new strategies for using electronic health records (EHRs) to treat patients with chronic kidney disease. These recommendations may help clinicians and hospitals better manage individual patients with chronic conditions and identify groups of patients most likely to benefit from different treatment strategies.

Importance of Expanding Health IT Incentives to Mental Healthcare

Editor’s Note: Irv Lichtenwald is president and CEO of Medsphere Systems Corporation, the solution provider for the OpenVista electronic health record. Prior to joining Medsphere, he served as CFO of Advent Software, a leading provider of investment management solutions. Show More Summary

WWE stars record special message for 92-year-old fan who couldn't make it to Smackdown

92-year-old WWE superfan Alice Boraby had tickets to go to the taping of Smackdown in Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday, but her health prevented her (...)

WWE stars The New Day record special message for 92-year-old superfan

The New Day really does rock. 92-year-old Ohio resident and massive wrestling fan Alice Boraby had tickets to Tuesday night's SmackDown! tapings in Toledo, but wasn't able to attend due to health concerns. When WWE found out about this,...Show More Summary

The Fattening Of America: Obesity Rates Hit Record High, Doctors Blame Cars & Poverty

74% of American men are either overweight or Obese (up from 63% in 1994) according to a new report using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. As MSN reports, the researchers exclaim "obesity is not getting better. Show More Summary

'Smarter' Ordering of Breast Biomarker Tests Could Save Millions in Health Care Dollars

A review of medical records for almost 200 patients with breast cancer suggests that more selective use of biomarker testing for such patients has the potential to save millions of dollars in health care spending without compromising care.

See Disney Princesses Transformed Into Velociraptors (Because Why Not?)

Also, learn about Baltimore’s amazing new health commissioner and an 87-year-old Hungarian woman looking to set a world chess record.

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