Deputy Health Rankings Editor, U.S. News & World Report
Deputy Health Rankings Editor at U.S. News & World Report (My views are my own, but I'm willing to share)
lens.blogs.nytimes.com — It takes a certain amount of trust to allow a man to put a straight razor to your neck or run scissors around your head. That's why, while barbers may start off as strangers, they don't remain strangers for long. Often, they become long-term confidants with whom men share intimate details of their lives.
capsules.kaiserhealthnews.org — By Julie Appleby June 19th, 2013, 8:10 AM The U.S. spends $200 billion each year - about 8 percent of the nation's health care tab - on medical care stemming from improper or unnecessary use of prescription drugs, a new report out Wednesday says.
environmentalhealthnews.org — Women who live in areas with polluted air are up to twice as likely to have an autistic child than those living in communities with cleaner air, according to a new study. Building on two other smaller, regional studies, the Harvard University research is the first to link air pollution nationwide with autism.
hibc.tv — he man in the seat for the Health Datapalooza IV is not unfamiliar with the health tech space and the role incentives play in the innovation impulse.
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