Hepatitis C elimination in France feasible if new infections in gay and bisexual men decline

Hepatitis C is becoming more concentrated in gay and bisexual men with HIV in France as direct-acting antiviral treatment cures the infection in other people with HIV while hepatitis C transmission between gay and bisexual men increases, French epidemiologists report in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases. But Dr Laurent Cotte and colleagues involved in the… Read More »

Home Workout Challenge for body & mind: meditation for focus – week four, day 25

Follow our four week home workout challenge for body and mind. Day 25 brings you guided meditation for focus from International Mindfulness Advocate, Neil Seligman, founder of The Conscious Professional  From HIIT workouts to yoga and guided meditation, we have got your ‘new year, new you’ kick start sorted, to help improve not just your… Read More »

Capping hospital prices could save $235B annually, Rand study says

Dive Brief: Aggressively regulating the prices of hospital services could reduce healthcare spending by more than $ 235 billion a year, according to a new study issued by the think tank Rand. The report also examines price transparency and increased market competition among hospitals, and concluded that setting fixed prices would save the most money. … Read More »

Are you doing everything right but not losing weight? You could be making one of these common mistakes …

We don’t need military precision food plans or an alarm to remind us to eat every two hours. But if you do erratic things with food, expect erratic responses on the scales. 1. You’ve got no structure If that’s jumping from one diet to another, or being a weekend warrior with your food, you most… Read More »