Writing for the New York Times, Rachel Fairbank explains how physical activity helps individuals live a longer, healthier life, and outlines a growing body of evidence that suggests both cardio and strength training are important for longevity.
Health officials in Texas announced this week that an adult in Harris County who was diagnosed with monkeypox has died, marking the first death in the United States since the disease was declared a public health emergency.
Under the No Surprises Act, which went into effect Jan. 1, providers and insurers can use a new arbitration process to resolve payment disputes over out-of-network care. However, the arbitration process has so far "gotten off to a rocky start," Maya Goldman and Nona Tepper write for Modern Healthcare.
After months of gradual but steady improvement, hospitals in July saw their financial gains reversed, experiencing 'some of the worst margins' since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Kaufman Hall's latest National Hospital Flash Report.
First lady Jill Biden tested negative for the coronavirus after experiencing a rebound case, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, and Tennessee.
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