Tag Archives: MedPage Today

Gluten-Free: Healthy diet, harmful fad? Or just another boon for food companies.

The News: Celiac disease is real, but there’s little evidence to support non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), according to MedPage. A new post on Science-Based Medicine argues that the dietary fad is far… Read more »

McConnell willing to hold Senate vote on bipartisan health deal if Trump endorses, but what are the odds of passage?

The News: Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, said on Sunday (October 22, 2017) that he would be willing to bring a bipartisan proposal to stabilize health insurance… Read more »

Study suggests patients less likely to die if surgeon is female; more patient-centered care and superior communication the likely reason.

The News: Women have long struggled for equal recognition in the male-dominated medical profession, but a new study suggests that female surgeons may have the upper–and possibly steadier–hand. Patients who… Read more »

Week’s opening stock roundup: gainers include Novocure, Steadymed; but Corvus, NewLink rocked

Here to start your trading week are the major movers from last week and where they stand this morning: Novocure (Nasdaq: NVCR) led advancing issues, soaring $3.25, or 40% over the… Read more »