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Last-Ditch Repeal Plan Would Keep Obamacare’s Biggest Taxes

Last-Ditch Repeal Plan Would Keep Obamacare’s Biggest Taxes (0)

Senate Republican leaders’ renewed Obamacare repeal-and-replace effort — in the form of the bill authored by senators Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy — maintains the largest tax hikes imposed by the 2010 law,

Doctors who take pharmaceutical money use Twitter to hype drugs

Doctors who take pharmaceutical money use Twitter to hype drugs (0)

Some cancer doctors use Twitter to promote drugs manufactured by companies that pay them, but they almost never disclose their conflicts of interest on the social media platform, a new study shows,

American Physicians Appear To Have Taken A Pay Cut, But The Data Might Be ‘Doctored’

American Physicians Appear To Have Taken A Pay Cut, But The Data Might Be ‘Doctored’ (0)

Have American physicians collectively taken their first pay cut ever, as shown by one government measure of costs? The evidence says so, but it might be “doctored.” A component of

Bordeaux’s Legendary Châteaux Are Now Open for Meals and Sleepovers

Bordeaux’s Legendary Châteaux Are Now Open for Meals and Sleepovers (0)

The wine region of Bordeaux, long willfully fusty, is in the midst of a modern tourist boom. Last year saw the opening of the swirling aluminum-and-glass La Cité du Vin, a

Advances In Manufacturing Are Paving The Way For New Medicines

Advances In Manufacturing Are Paving The Way For New Medicines (0)

As advances in life sciences have begun to produce new medicines to treat a wide range of serious diseases, new therapies are generating headlines and hope. Cancers, diabetes, hepatitis, autoimmune

Dallas lab company accused of paying kickbacks fights to keep its federal licenses

Dallas lab company accused of paying kickbacks fights to keep its federal licenses (0)

An embattled Dallas laboratory company accused of masterminding a $100 million fraud through bribes and kickbacks is fighting to keep its licenses to stay in business, according to a federal

Medical Practices Failing in Customer Service Training

Medical Practices Failing in Customer Service Training (0)

A recent poll by the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) found that nearly half of practice leaders [47 percent] say their staff members need additional training in customer service. The poll also

Advanced Practice Nurse Pay Surpasses $150K Annually

Advanced Practice Nurse Pay Surpasses $150K Annually (0)

Advanced practice registered nurses are earning more than $150,000, a new study indicates, with pay for the profession soaring as nurses in all fields take on more responsibilities once the sole domain

Live In Hawaii, And Odds Are You’ll Need Fewer Prescription Meds

Live In Hawaii, And Odds Are You’ll Need Fewer Prescription Meds (0)

If you think you would be healthier if you lived in Hawaii, you may be right, NRP writes. People in Hawaii appear to be much less likely to overuse problematic

Instagram’s Plastic Surgeons Might Not Be All that They Seem

Instagram’s Plastic Surgeons Might Not Be All that They Seem (0)

With 700 million monthly active users, Instagram is bound to have photos of just about everything imaginable—including plastic surgery, Fortune writes. According to a study from Northwestern Medicine and published in the Aesthetic

Are These The Most Luxurious Dorms Ever?

Are These The Most Luxurious Dorms Ever? (0)

Lavish £25million student halls kitted out with a gym, home cinema and glamping pods are offering wealthy students an ‘unparalleled level of luxury’. The development in Leeds features 150 flats across a six-story

One Crucial Item to Pack the Next Time You Fly, and Other Travel Tips

One Crucial Item to Pack the Next Time You Fly, and Other Travel Tips (0)

Sam Bompas is a real-life Willy Wonka. With his schoolfriend-turned-business partner Harry Parr, he runs Bompas & Parr, a London studio best known for its wacky, food-centric installations, whether a cloud of

How a Japanese Pen Maker Anticipated the Writing-Tool Renaissance

How a Japanese Pen Maker Anticipated the Writing-Tool Renaissance (0)

Here’s a fact you have to write down to believe: Over the past 10 years, during which the world has adopted smartphones and social media, sales of fountain pens have

Anthem’s new outpatient imaging policy is ‘arbitrary,’ ‘unwise’

Anthem’s new outpatient imaging policy is ‘arbitrary,’ ‘unwise’ (0)

The American College of Radiology (ACR) has issued an official statement about Anthem’s new Imaging Clinical Site of Care program, calling it “arbitrary and unwise.” The policy requires outpatient MR and

7 mental tricks rich people use to make more money

7 mental tricks rich people use to make more money (0)

Building wealth has more to do with your mindset than you may think, CNBC writes. That’s what author Steve Siebold found after studying self-made millionaires over the span of three decades. “Getting

Pick Your Ultra-Wealth Archetype

Pick Your Ultra-Wealth Archetype (0)

An archetype is defined as, ‘A very typical example of a certain person or thing’. Wealth-X, who conduct research and intelligence in the UHNW sphere, has developed a new strategy

A Revealing Look at CEO Travel Habits

A Revealing Look at CEO Travel Habits (0)

In the era of the humble brag, it’s harder than ever to know how your boss travels, Bloomberg writes. Assuming he or she is the type that likes to share,

Watchmakers Are Betting Big Bucks on Green This Year

Watchmakers Are Betting Big Bucks on Green This Year (0)

“Color is back in a big way,” says Matthias Breschan, CEO of innovative Swiss watchmaker Rado, Bloomberg writes. After a few years of pushing blue watch faces, brands have been

Luxury Tropical Island Living In Bali For $900 A Month

Luxury Tropical Island Living In Bali For $900 A Month (0)

Expat Judith Gold, 68, never runs out of places to explore on Bali, the tropical island she calls home, CNBC writes. “I love to go to all the different waterfalls. It

Neurotic People May Live Longer, Study Finds

Neurotic People May Live Longer, Study Finds (0)

Neurotic people may get a lot of flak, but in reality neuroticism is linked to some very good traits—intelligence and creativity among them. And a new study suggests that there may be another, unexpected bonus