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Hospitals and health systems are expanding their visions of population health to include more effective approaches to manage – and even fend off – chronic diseases and conditions. In fact, many institutions are successfully applying their expertise in  community health  to help people stay out of the hospital by addressing key social determinants of health such as food insecurity. In doing so, they are hoping to...
The Biden administration is setting the stage to hand ultimate control of America’s health care system and U.S. national sovereignty over to the World Health Organization (WHO). On May 22-28, 2022, the 75th World Health Assembly will convene at United Nations (U.N.) headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, with delegates from 194 nations, to vote on the Biden administration’s amendments that will hand over national sovereignty and...
In celebration of National Nurses Week, we are honoring each and every nomination in the Nurses: The Heart of Health Care program. Be sure to scroll through to see a glimpse into how each of these tireless professionals impacted coworkers, patients and families. This program is supported by presenting sponsor   BJC HealthCare  and title sponsors  Centene Corporation ,  Delmar Gardens ,  Mercy ...
People’s physical and mental health is influenced by a large and diverse array of factors. But how can the attitudes of other people affect individuals’ well-being? In this Special Feature, we examine the impact that microaggressions have on health. Prof. Derald Wing Sue  — a leading psychologist at Columbia University — and his collaborators give the  definition  of microaggressions as “the...
Mysterious cases of serious liver damage or hepatitis in kids have been reported in a dozen countries, including the U.S., the U.K., Japan, and Canada. Health officials say there have been nearly 200 cases, 17 liver transplants, and one death. Health officials report that the outbreak  may  be linked to adenovirus, a common cold virus. Any child showing signs of jaundice, a symptom of hepatitis, should be...
Participation in the tennis-type competition has taken off in recent years, spans generations and holds promises for healthier living.   While Americans have long loved football, basketball and baseball, a sport that's only a half-century old has captured the hearts of boomers and millennials alike and skyrocketed in popularity during the  COVID-19  pandemic. The sport is pickleball – a hybrid of tennis,...