‘Smart Insulin’ Injection Regulates Glucose Levels For A Week, Could Be A Breakthrough In Diabetes Treatment

Researchers have developed “smart insulin,” a type of insulin that could revolutionize diabetes treatment. A single shot of this modified insulin can regulate blood glucose levels for a week, making it a more manageable alternative compared to current treatment options. The modified insulin, when injected, enables automatic control of blood glucose levels for an extended…

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Healthcare Moves: A Monthly Summary of Hires and Layoffs

This monthly roundup highlights recent hiring news in the healthcare industry, including executive appointments, resignations, and layoffs. Recent hires include Rosemary Weldon at Aledade, James Bradner at Amgen, and Sarah Jones at B.well Connected Health. Promotions include John Asalone at Amino Health and Terry Boch at Clarify Health. Notable departures include Amy Abernathy from Verily,…

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How Often Should You Wash Your Hair?

The article explains how often shampooing your hair has less to do with health and more to do with personal preference and individual hair type and styling choices, and for some, cultural practices. It discusses the “no ‘poo” movement of ditching shampoo in favor of healthier, better-looking hair. Recommendations range from some people needing to…

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A Boon for Opioid Misuse Patients

A retrospective analysis of patients discharged from emergency departments with to-go buprenorphine packs showed improved adherence to withdrawal therapy for opioid use disorder (OUD). The study evaluated 124 patients and found that 61.3% filled their buprenorphine prescription within 30 days, and 79% of those who filled their prescription before an ED visit refilled it in…

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