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Why sharing bioimaging tech is crucial to global health

Progress in human health comes in many forms. We learn more about how diseases work; we pioneer new diagnostics and treatments; we come up with better ways to get care to people who need it.

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Stressors of integrating work, life higher for female faculty

The stressors of integrating work and life are higher among female than male faculty and were more noticeable since the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study published online June 15 in JAMA Network Open.

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Electronic Health Records failing primary care

Much needs to be accomplished during the short time a primary care physician sees a patient. A new study from U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Regenstrief Institute and IUPUI researchers reports that electronic health ...

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Physical activity may curb health care worker burnout

There is no question that the pandemic has been immensely stressful for health care workers, especially for those on the frontline of patient care. Yet, even before the pandemic, the regular demands of many health care industry ...

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Future pandemics targeted by new Oxford research center

Oxford University is launching an effort to bring together academic, industry and government experts from around the world to use the lessons learned from COVID-19 in the fight against future pandemics.

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UK probes mega AstraZeneca deal for US biotech firm

Britain's competition watchdog on Tuesday said it was investigating the planned purchase of US biotech company Alexion by COVID vaccine-maker AstraZeneca in a deal worth $39 billion.

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These 'concrete steps' could help fight racism in health care

Doctors, hospitals and medical schools should take specific actions to fight the structural racism that threatens the health of millions of Americans, according to a new report meant to help guide the medical establishment.

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Americans are increasingly experiencing chronic pain

Americans are in chronic pain, and a comprehensive new study exploring trends in this major public health concern reveals that what has been a long-standing and under-acknowledged problem is getting substantially worse.

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The French tech whiz bringing COVID data to the masses

At just 25 years old, Guillaume Rozier is devising the most popular tools to emerge during France's COVID-19 pandemic—the data websites charting the costs of the crisis, and the progress in the fight to end it.