Tag Archives: Problem

Part 2: The U.S. has fantastic health care, the problem is….

MISSED PART 1 OF THIS EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW SERIES? READ NOW to learn about Dr. Wyatt Decker’s perspectives on the state and challenges of the health care industry, where it’s smart for leaders to focus, what change means for different stakeholders across health care and lessons learned from a physician executive. Imagine this scenario: there are… Read More »

Dr Miriam Stoppard: PTSD is a big problem in teens – and universities need to act on it

To this day I remember the gut-wrenching anxiety I felt each morning as I entered school. Was it fear of the ­unknown, fear of failure, fear of feeling like a fool, fear of bullying (I was plump) or some unknown indescribable dread? Whatever it was, it dogged my school days, reaching crescendos at exam times,… Read More »

Here’s Why Osteoporosis Is a Bigger Problem Than People Realize

Harry Campbell for Reader’s Digest At age 53, Lisa Rustin slipped on a Del Mar, California, sidewalk and fractured her arm. A bone-density scan, recommended by her gynecologist because of her family history of thinning bones, revealed 
osteoporosis. She threw away her high heels, quit downhill skiing, overhauled her diet to include more calcium-rich foods,… Read More »

High Content Screening and the Problem of Edge Effects Posted By : Sinead Murphy

High content screening, or HCS, refers to the process in the biotechnology sector that focuses on using images of cells in drug discovery. Drug discovery is a hugely important part of the pharmaceutical industry and the constant quest to reach new solutions to medical problems and the search for new drugs. Also known as cell… Read More »