May 1, 2017

Weekly review: A diet soda study just found a link with dementia risk. Here's why you should be skeptical.

Daily Briefing

    Have an unruly inbox? The prescription is Roy G. Biv (April 24)
    An overstuffed work inbox isn't just a nuisance—it can contribute to stress and lead to important emails going unread by staff. Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar lays out strategies to help.

    A diet soda study just found a link with dementia risk. Here's why you should be skeptical. (April 25)
    A new study published in the journal Stroke shows a correlation between regularly consuming artificially sweetened beverages and stroke and dementia—but experts caution that the study does not show diet soda causes those conditions.

    Conservative Freedom Caucus changes course, endorses GOP health plan with new changes (April 26)
    House Republicans and the White House last Tuesday finalized a new draft amendment that would allow states to waive key ACA provisions, but even amid endorsements from conservative lawmakers, it's unclear whether the American Health Care Act could get enough votes to pass the House.

    Map: Where doctors earn the most—and the least (April 27)
    A new report sheds light on where doctors make the most—and the least—across 50 major metropolitan areas. Check out our interactive map depicting the variation.

    5 ways Trump has changed health care in his first 100 days (April 28)
    Last Saturday marked President Trump's 100th day in office, and in that time his administration took several key actions that have roiled the health care industry. Daily Briefing last week rounded up the five key policy issues that have dominated those first 100 days. 

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