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Tamara ThomasPublic Health | June 8, 2023
USPSTF proposes reducing the recommended start age for routine screening mammograms to age 40.
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Urban Health Today EditorsWorkforce News | May 24, 2023
CVS Health® launched the CVS Health National Health Equity Advisory Board as part of its commitment to advance health ...
Lou PorteroPublic Health | May 19, 2023
Food insecurity remains a pressing issue in the US, with millions struggling to access adequate nutrition...
Lou PorteroInfectious Diseases | May 10, 2023
By increasing funding for herpes research, new treatment options and preventive measures can be developed.
Urban Health Today EditorsPublic Health | May 9, 2023
"Through the power of collaboration, we will give historically marginalized communities more access to healthcare services."
Lou PorteroPublic Health | May 3, 2023
Traffic deaths disproportionately affected Black Americans, with Black males experiencing the highest fatality rates.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | May 2, 2023
People of color are more likely to perform physically demanding jobs that can be difficult to continue into old age.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | April 19, 2023
Teresa McArthur, MS, RD, CDCES, on How Virtual Specialty Care Can Promote Health Equity
Tamara ThomasPublic Health | April 18, 2023
The FDA is working towards easing restrictions on blood donations from high-risk individuals, including gay and bisexual men.
Lou PorteroManaged Care | April 12, 2023
Alina Czekai, MPH, talks to Urban Health Today about Improving Patient Care Access through Enhanced Prior Authorization.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | March 22, 2023
A study published in Obesity has found that the built environment is the strongest predictor of adolescent obesity.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | March 16, 2023
Patients frequently encountered hurdles like limited networks, insufficient reimbursements, and preapproval procedures.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | February 15, 2023
Most Medicare diabetics don't receive a prescription for continuous blood glucose monitoring or use the technology correctly.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | February 1, 2023
According to the researchers, type 2 diabetes diagnoses could increase by nearly 70% by 2060.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | January 13, 2023
Researchers found that women with employer-sponsored insurance found their healthcare services less affordable than men.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | November 17, 2022
Activists argue that cis-gender women are not the only ones affected by Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | November 9, 2022
Are rheumatologists and patient assessments for Hispanic/Latinx people with RA in agreement when using a Spanish PPQ?
Lou PorteroManaged Care | November 7, 2022
Payment and incentive systems can encourage health systems to cater to healthier people.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | November 4, 2022
Despite the Affordable Care Act, medical debt disproportionately affects Black households and communities.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | November 1, 2022
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade may have unforeseen repercussions.
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