Writing for the New York Times' "Well," Roni Caryn Rabin rounds up a list of food additives potentially linked to cancer and other health problems that are banned in the European Union but commonly used in the United States—despite calls to ban them.
Facebook has begun screening its users for suicide risk and contacting local authorities if it feels necessary, which in some instances can lead to users being forced to visit a hospital against their will, Natasha Singer reports for the New York Times.
Northwell Health and Ascension recently underwent massive rebrandings. Here's how the two health systems prepared for and executed the big undertakings, Beth Jones Sanborn writes for Healthcare Finance News.
Drugmakers Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene say they have reached an agreement for Bristol-Myers to purchase Celgene, and the combined company could become the fourth-largest pharmaceutical company in the United States.
Print All Daily Briefing Article from
Have a Question?
Ask our experts a question on any topic in health care by visiting our member portal, AskAdvisory.