Although not expected to be a permanent solution to pressures facing rural America, policymakers and hospital operators hope a new CMS program will slow the financial bleeding that continues to shutter those communities’ hospitals.
The devastating toll of gun violence shows up in emergency rooms every day.
The neighborhood’s afflictions date to the early 1970s, when industry left and the drug trade took hold. With each new wave of drugs, the situation grows grimmer. Now, with the arrival of xylazine, a veterinary tranquilizer, new complications are burdening an already overtaxed system.
[From the Medika Life Editor-in-Chief Gil Bashe: We have been watching the events unfold in Iran as women and men take to the streets and cry out for their rights – the urgency for women to be treated as equals and with respect. At Medika Life, we appreciate how faith and culture influence societal mandates […]
The launch of a new article collection and webinar by the journal AILSCI recognises prominent female scientists in the field of AI
Five billion people globally remain unprotected from harmful trans fat, a new status report from WHO has found, increasing their risk of heart disease and death. DOWNLOAD THE REPORT HERE Medika Life has obtained these exclusive comments from Resolve to Save Lives CEO and President Dr. Tom Frieden. Dr. Frieden is the former director of the […]
If you had $30 million to design an addiction treatment facility, how would you do it?
Today the Pharmacy Podcast Network announces the winners of the 50 Most Influential Leaders in Pharmacy 2023 Awards.
All selected for the 2022/23 Wellness Influencers Healing the World Top 30 roster have demonstrated commitment to improving people’s well-being and advancing the global wellness movement. This list recognizes and celebrates their achievements and encourages their journey! They all originate and share bold ideas, engaging the diverse wellness sphere in productive – sometimes controversial – conversation.
A new survey finds 52 percent of individuals feel their symptoms are “ignored, dismissed, or not believed” when seeking medical treatment. That number rises to 6-in-10 within the Hispanic community.