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Women Underrepresented in Academic Hospital Medicine Program Leadership, Study Shows – Inside Higher Ed

A new study from Johns Hopkins University researchers looking at gender gaps in the hospital medicine field revealed that more than three-quarters of academic hospital medicine programs are run by men. Hospitalists are “trained in internal medicine and focus their work on hospitalized patients rather than outpatient settings,” a press release said. The field has… Read More »

Healthy Thinking: Inside the Mind of the COVID-19 Consumer

Stress is up, smoking increasing, drinking more alcohol….Americans are tapping into a variety of coping mechanisms in the coronavirus outbreak, with health on their collective minds. Toluna and Harris Interactive are collaborating on the COVID-19 Barometer, publishing biweekly data on consumers’ views on the coronavirus pandemic. The data here are a snapshot of consumers taken… Read More »

What Is the Sirtfood Diet? Inside Adele’s Reported New Weight Loss Program – GoodHousekeeping.com

Fans of Grammy-winning songstress Adele, who recently celebrated her 31st birthday, have been keeping up with Adele’s weight loss via her Instagram profile since early 2019. But what fans might not know, is that it seems the British recording artist may be following an under-the-radar diet plan known as the Sirtfood Diet, which is designed… Read More »

Is Teen Acne Associated With Greater Life Success? New Study Says So – Inside Edition

Many teenagers dread seeing a big zit staring back at them in the mirror, but a new study suggests those pesky pimples could be something to celebrate. A recently published study called “Do Pimples Pay? Acne, Human Capital, and the Labor Market” found that having acne in middle and high school “is strongly positively associated… Read More »