Otis Brawley, EVP and CMO for the American Cancer Society, resigned last week after spending 11 years at the organization—and sources close to him say his resignation was largely due to dismay over the company's financial partnerships, Sheila Kaplan reports for the New York Times.
FDA says the drug manufacturer ScieGen Pharmaceuticals has voluntarily recalled certain lots of the blood pressure therapy Irbesartan, after agency officials discovered some of the Irbesartan tablets contained an impurity believed to cause cancer.
Rotterdam Eye Hospital improved patient-safety audits and staff morale by having team members play a 10-minute card game at the start of every shift, Roel van der Heijde and Dirk Deichmann write for the Harvard Business Review.
Daylight saving time "can influence our health in unexpected ways," Allison Aubrey reports for NPR's "Shots." But according to experts, there are five steps you can take to help your body adjust after "falling back."
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