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Wearable devices are all the rage these days, promising to monitor physical activity, sleep, and other types of human movement.
Medicare enrollees at critical access hospitals often pay far more out of pocket than patients obtaining the same care at larger institutions, according to an analysis by The Wall Street Journal.
An evaluation of 23 drug courts nationwide concluded that drug court participants were less likely to relapse than similar offenders who weren't diverted to drug court, according to the Justice Policy Center at the Urban Institute, RTI International
Do Division I football games lead to an increase in on-campus sexual assault? That’s the claim of a new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research that has become the latest talking point in the heated conversation about campus rape.
Wearable activity trackers that promise to monitor physical activity, sleep and other behaviours may be good at counting steps but bad at measuring sleep, says a new study.
Due to an obscure bit of regulatory wording, Medicare patients pay far more out of pocket for outpatient care at the small, rural hospitals known as critical-access hospitals than they would for the same care elsewhere, according a Wall Street Journa
RTI International has received a multimillion dollar multiple-award blanket purchase agreement for health marketing by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Researchers find they monitor some activity more accurately than others
Egyptian and U.S. officials launched today the $57 million Higher Education Program (HEPP), a key component of the flagship $250 million Higher Education Initiative (HEI) that the two countries announced in April 2015.