Why calorie counts aren't as accurate as you think

It turns out, almonds might have fewer calories than scientists previously thought—and that's calling into question the accuracy of the process used to tally calorie counts for all foods, the Associated Press reports.

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How Baylor Scott & White upped revenue by $1B—while admissions fell nearly 6%

Despite seeing a 5.5% drop in hospital admissions over the past two years, Baylor Scott & White Health has increased annual revenue by $1 billion, thanks in large part to a focus on outpatient care, Mitchell Schnurman reports for the Dallas Morning News.

The NP workforce is surging. What does that mean for care delivery?

The number of NPs in the United States increased more than twofold between 2010 and 2017, according to a study published Monday in Health Affairs.

Around the nation: HHS and Regeneron team up to develop coronavirus treatment

The new partnership is an extension of a 2017 agreement HHS reached with Regeneron to develop treatments for pathogens posing a significant risk to the public, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, and Ohio.

Men dominate physician leadership. Here's one way to balance the scales.

Women comprise over half of today's medical students yet hold fewer than 10% of top physician leadership roles. Advisory Board experts outline one key strategy to grow and promote your organization’s next generation of women physician leaders.

FDA's new e-cigarette ban takes effect today. But will it curb youth vaping?

An FDA policy that orders companies to stop manufacturing, distributing, and selling certain flavored e-cigarettes takes effect Thursday, but health experts say the rule contains too many "loopholes" to effectively curb youth vaping.