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CDC: Keep Family From Catching Your Covid By Isolating In A Separate Room

A new CDC study shows that isolating in separate rooms significantly reduced the odds of SARS-CoV-2 transmission between household members.

Done Right, Experts Say Sharing On Social Media Can Be Helpful When Coping With Anxiety

With anxiety rates climbing, many people are opening up about their mental health struggles on social media. Experts say that could be a good thing – so long as proper considerations are made.

Rite Aid Losses Hit $311 Million As Inflation Pressures Rise

Rite Aid reported a quarterly loss of more than $300 million amid store closures and fewer customers coming to the drugstore for Covid-19 tests and vaccines.

Proov’s New Study Showing Sustained Elevated Progesterone Levels Increase Clinical Pregnancy Rates By 75%

Proov, makers of the first and only FDA-cleared PdG-test and the first full cycle tracking kit, today announces first of its kind findings that should help inform the medical community and American women surrounding the role of progesterone.

Town Hall Ventures Raises $350 Million More As Underserved Care Strategy Takes Off

Town Hall Ventures closed on a $350 million fund – its largest so far – to invest in medically underserved communities.

The Biden Administration Announces $8 Billion In Commitments To Address Hunger, Nutrition, And Health Issues

Numerous notable organizations will contribute towards this important initiative.

InnovationRx: Mark Cuban’s Focusing On His Drug Company; Plus: Covid Cases On The Rise

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Billionaire Scientist Timothy Springer Awarded 2022 Lasker Prize For Basic Research

The award, which he shares with two others, is for a set of discoveries in the 1970s that form the basis for new drug treatments today.

Drug Price Transparency Stymies Consumers, New Survey Shows

In the U.S. healthcare market, where the promise of consumerism often falls short, shopping for medications has been the exception. Still, new research shows there’s room for improvement.

From Panic Attacks At School To Running An LGBTQ Start-Up

‘Anxious bisexual’ Charlotte Fountaine struggled with her identity and panic attacks in school – so she created Kalda to stop others feeling the same

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