Science funding spared under congressional budget deal, but more battles ahead – Washington Post

01. May 2017 Health, HIPAA 0
Washington Post Science funding spared under congressional budget deal, but more battles aheadWashington PostThe lights will stay on in the federal government, and also in the countless laboratories and universities that depend on federal funding for scientific and medical research. That’s one upshot of the bipartisan budget deal congressional negotiators …How science fares in the ...

Two HIPAA Mistakes Lead to Fines from OCR – The National Law Review

01. May 2017 EHR, EMR, HIPAA 0
JD Supra (press release) Two HIPAA Mistakes Lead to Fines from OCRThe National Law ReviewThen, on April 24, OCR announced a settlement with CardioNet, a remote monitoring company for cardiac arrhythmias, related to CardioNet’s failure to implement compliant HIPAA policies and procedures and failure to conduct a sufficient risk assessment.First HIPAA Settlement Involving Wireless Health ...

Does fasting on alternate days work? A new study weighs in – CNN

01. May 2017 Health, HIPAA 0
CNN Does fasting on alternate days work? A new study weighs inCNN(CNN) Whether you watch what you eat by counting your daily calories or practicing intermittent fasting, either approach can be effective for weight loss, a new obesity study suggests. Intermittent or alternate-day fasting requires routinely …Could Fasting Every Other Day Help You Lose More ...

Head Transplants: Sergio Canavero Says First Patient Will Be Chinese National, Not Valery Spiridonov – Newsweek

01. May 2017 Health, HIPAA 0
Newsweek Head Transplants: Sergio Canavero Says First Patient Will Be Chinese National, Not Valery SpiridonovNewsweekItalian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero has announced further details about the plan to carry out the world’s first head transplant surgery. In a turn of events, the operation will no longer be performed on Valery Spiridonov, a Russian man suffering from …Barking ...