The nurse, Angela Farnan, adopted baby Blaze last year when she learned that his biological family could not care for him financially, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arkansas, Illinois, and Michigan.
As Amazon sets its sights on the health care industry, the Federal Trade Commission has begun cracking down on fake reviews of products on its site—winning its first case against a wellness product on Tuesday, Kaitlyn Tiffany reports for Vox.
This fiscal year, 800 hospitals will face monetary penalties under Medicare's Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Reduction Program—the highest number since the program was established five years ago. See how your hospital fared with our interactive pay-for-performance map.
Employees who alternated between standing and sitting positions during the workday reported greater productivity and reduced back pain—findings that suggest standing desks might be more than a fleeting office trend, according to a study by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Eighteen-year-old Deanna Recktenwald felt fine when she received a notification from her Apple Watch to 'seek medical attention.' But after the smartwatch showed her heart rate had risen to 190 beats per minute, she sought treatment that saved her life. Her story, and others, show that wearables are becoming more than just 'trendy' exercise accessories—they can be lifesaving, Dalvin Brown reports for USA Today.