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Physician pay growth pushed down amid COVID-19. Women bear the brunt, survey finds

Dive Brief: A new survey by Doximity concludes that physician incomes rose only 1.5% this year compared to 2019, a steep drop compared to the steady 4% average increases recorded in recent years. The 2020 pay bump is also nearly a full point below the U.S. inflation rate, although they are still compensated handsomely. The survey… Read More »

Slim down how much rate

Losing weight can seem overwhelming—you have to figure out how to eat healthily and fuel your body properly, plan an exercise regimen that wborks for you, get plenty of sleep, and ultimately make hundreds of choices each day that will either bring you closer to your goal or throw you completely off track. But if… Read More »

A top dietitian breaks down what it truly means to eat a healthy, plant-based diet – Well+Good

It seems like only yesterday that the wellness world was obsessed with all-things keto, but lately, a different way of eating has risen to the forefront of people’s interest: a plant-based diet plan. Unlike some diets that are passing fads (anyone you know still doing the cabbage soup diet?), healthy eating experts say the popularity… Read More »

Slow down your giddyup on Gilead news

April 17, 2020 Posted By Categories Gary Schwitzer is the founder of HealthNewsReview.org and has been its publisher for 14 years. He tweets as @garyschwitzer or as @HealthNewsRevu This is what STAT reported in what they labeled an “Exclusive” last evening. Early peek at data on Gilead coronavirus drug suggests patients are responding to treatment… Read More »

Different Takes: Hospitals Are Taking A Financial Hit In More Ways Than One; Time To Shut Down Misinformation On Wellness Cures

Editorial pages focus on these pandemic topics and others. The Wall Street Journal: Sending Hospitals Into Bankruptcy Public-health officials have directed Americans to stay home to slow the coronavirus spread and ease the burden on health-care providers. Most areas of the country are succeeding—so much so that hospitals and physicians are hemorrhaging cash due to… Read More »