Understanding how you Qualify for the Elmiron Lawsuit?

Fredericka Smead

Have you been treated with Elmiron for urinary tract infections of interstitial cystitis? Do you suffer from vision problems related to the macula or retina inclusive of pigmentary maculopathy or macular degeneration? Elmiron is a medication used for treating bladder-related conditions. It might be associated with a rare eye condition […]

How Israel Jumped Ahead on Vaccinations

Eufemia Didonato

From the September 2020 issue: How the pandemic defeated America So how exactly has Israel pulled off this unlikely feat? The answer traces back decades to the embryonic health infrastructure created before the State of Israel even existed. That, in turn, should serve as a sobering reminder for Americans: Nations […]

Doctors, Facing Burnout, Turn to Self-Care

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Elizabeth M. Goldberg is an associate professor of emergency medicine at Brown University, in Providence, and an emergency room physician. “In March and April there was this sense that you choose either your patients or yourself and it was your expectation to be there,” said Dr. Goldberg, 38, who has […]

Michigan State, Henry Ford formalize health care partnership

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Michigan State University became the academic partner of Henry Ford Health System on Monday in a 30-year agreement once sought by Wayne State University. The announcement comes two years after partnership talks between Wayne State and Henry Ford failed following a political split among WSU’s Board of Governors. The partnership between Michigan State and the five-hospital health system […]