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In October, I attended the 2018 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE) in Washington, DC.
Eli Lilly plans to open a drug delivery and innovation center in Kendall Square, Massachusetts.
Live From Lions Health: Nearly 2/3s of the world’s developed countries have a ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood.
Stressed About Your Diet? | Blog
For those of us squarely in the mid-latitudes of the northern hemisphere, fall is upon us, and that means more than PSLs to our Innovation team—trendspotting season is well underway.
Seems like there is no shortage of talk now-a-days about these A.I. systems , and more and more people are starting to encounter them in their messenger app/chat-filled lives.
Well, that was quick!
As fitness trackers and wearables saturate the market, more and more patients are stepping into their doctors’ offices armed with personal health data.
Nonprofit hospital system Partners HealthCare has unveiled a joint venture with Circulation, an on-demand rideshare service, through which Medicare patients receive free rides to their doctor’s offices in non-emergencies.
A Syneos Health Short - 21st Century Cures | In The Media
The 21st Century Cures Act was passed at the end of 2016 in an effort to accelerate the discovery, development and delivery of new therapies.
The first week of January was brimming with activity for life sciences companies.
Pharmaceutical giant Roche’s new app for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) revolutionizes how doctors care for patients with the disease.
The Norwegian Broadcasting Company (NRK) may have just cracked the code for preventing countless ignorant online quarrels.
Pokémon Go's first birthday marks a chance to reevaluate how Augmented Reality (AR) is evolving today and tomorrow's digital marketing
Thanks to our brilliant contributors, we have another collection of healthcare experiences and innovations to share.
I went to YouTube this morning to watch the newest Samsung Galaxy commercial, hoping it would be as funny as my husband promised.
Behavioral Science's Impact on Marketing | In The Media
Read about how to apply behavioral science to your marketing work in this PharmaVOICE article.
An app isn’t right for every brand, but when it is right, it can be really powerful.
Takeda: #FlyWithIBD | Blog
After a recent unpleasant transcontinental flight due to IBD, a Takeda employee was left with one question, “How can the company I work for help people flying with IBD have a more comfortable flight experience?”
A recent proposal by the U.S.
But researchers from the University of Bath in London are looking to take this idea and apply it to healthcare.
How might we apply these insights to the patient journey?
Though pioneering a brand-new health-monitoring technology, scientists at the Technical University of Munich are doing it through an ancient art: tattoos.
The FDA announced exciting news this month.
We talk a lot about the rise individualized medicine― but that is really a misnomer.
Only in recent years have insurance companies been mandated to provide equal benefits for mental health as they do for general medical care.
We’ve written before about AppScript, a platform that allows doctors to discover, bundle, and distribute consumer health apps to their patients as part of a holistic treatment plan.
Prescription Video Game? | Blog
Akili Interactive Labs doesn’t develop medicines or molecules, but it’s still hoping to earn a prescription.
Samir Singh, global brand vice president at Unilever, asked that if we pass his story on, we start by showing this incredible video.
Mary Meeker's 2017 Internet Trends presentation captured new insights into dozens of digital advancements in healthcare
A Pocket-sized Nutritionist | Blog
Track this, monitor that.