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Studies ketogenic diet long periods

The downsides: Though the internet is full of anecdotal success stories, there’s no scientific evidence of health benefits — particularly in the long term. Organ fuel selection: Brain. This can affect your metabolism and make it more difficult to lose weight again in the future. Keto and LCHF have tremendous health benefits, in particular for… Read More »

Crazy week of PR & news on studies should teach us how/what to ignore

August 6, 2020 Posted By Categories Gary Schwitzer is the founder and publisher of HealthNewsReview. He has covered health care news almost exclusively since 1973. Here is his online bio.  He tweets as @garyschwitzer or as @HealthNewsRevu. Getty Images On Tuesday, it was excitement over vaccine news in 12 monkeys. (Journalism example.) On Wednesday, it was excitement over… Read More »

New studies are estimating spending on COVID-19

In a new report published by the Brookings Institution, Matthew Fiedler, a fellow in economic studies at the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy, and Zirui Song, M.D. ’10, Ph.D. ’12, assistant professor of health care policy in the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School, estimate national health care spending for COVID-19 care and discuss… Read More »

One-third of U.S. facilities are using AI in aiding imaging studies

A third of American hospitals and imaging centers are already implementing artificial intelligence, machine learning or deep learning in radiology. About another third plan on adopting it within the next two years, according to respondents to a survey, the results of which were recently released by an industry research organization. The survey of 207 imaging… Read More »