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U.S. physicians urge FDA to bolster labeling on high-sugar foods

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The American Medical Association (AMA) is urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ramp up labeling of high-sugar foods, it said in a statement on Tuesday. The association, which represents U.S. physicians, is calling on the FDA to develop front-of-package warning labels for foods high in added sugars. It… Read More »

These Founders Use Empathy To Revolutionize The U.S. Healthcare System

For the U.S. health care system’s most chronically ill patients, going back and forth between the home and hospital is, unfortunately, a well-worn routine. Care management teams that insurance companies and hospitals provide struggle to give the necessary care for these patients in constant need. Joe Khan, 23, and Yasyf Mohamedali, 23, are using their… Read More »

The New Health Care: The U.S. Is Failing in Infant Mortality, Starting at One Month Old

Another such review examined how the number of prenatal visits affected infant mortality. Seven studies involved more than 60,000 women in countries of varying income. There was no difference in high-income countries in the number of deaths of those who had more or fewer visits (although the number of deaths over all was low). In… Read More »