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WSO2 Named a Strong Performer in “Customer Identity and Access Management, Q4 2020” Report by Independent Research Firm

WSO2 was one of “13 providers that matter most” in the new report evaluating CIAM providers on 32 criteria London, UK– 15th October, 2020 – WSO2, the leader in digital transformation technology, today announced that it has been named by Forrester Research, Inc. as a Strong Performer in The Forrester Wave™: Customer Identity and Access… Read More »

Research Says These Specific Facial Expressions Mean Someone Is Definitely Interested In You, So…

Today in news-that’s-not-really news: Science officially confirms flirting works. (Science = a study conducted by researchers from the University of Kansas). But actually, there’s more to the okay/duh/obvious results. In addition to confirming that flirting is definitely A Thing and aids in showing romantic interest in someone, that same research, now published in the Journal… Read More »

Low-spending Medicaid managed care plans lead to negative health outcomes, research suggests

Low-spending Medicaid managed care plans result in reduced healthcare spending and utilization, decreased consumer satisfaction and increased avoidable hospitalizations, according to research from the National Bureau of Economic Research. “In sum, there is no indication that low-spending plans achieve savings by promoting high-value care and achieving offsets or by targeting low-value care for elimination. Instead,… Read More »

New Research Study: Pregnenolone Neurosteroid for the Treatment of Menopausal Depression

Over the last few years we have heard a great deal about neurosteroids, also known as neuroactive steroids.  This class of compounds are steroid hormones produced in the brain and endocrine tissues which can modulate neurotransmission.  Animal studies have demonstrated that neurosteroids have a broad range of activities, including antidepressant, anxiolytic, sedative, analgesic, anticonvulsant, neuroprotective,… Read More »

Lee S. Cohen, MD Wins Prestigious Vivian Pinn Research Award

At the Women’s Health 2020 conference in June,  Lee Cohen, MD, the director of the MGH Center for Women’s Mental Health, was honored as the recipient of the prestigious Vivian Pinn Award for Outstanding Research in Women’s Health and delivered the Vivian Pinn Research Keynote Lecture at the conference:  Perinatal Psychiatry: Lessons Learned over Two… Read More »