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On the Health & Veritas podcast, Yale physician-professors Howard Forman and Harlan Krumholz talk about the latest news and ideas in healthcare and seek out the truth amid the noise. In the latest episode, they’re joined by Gregg Gonsalves. A one-time college dropout, Gonsalves is now a Yale epidemiologist and was named a MacArthur ‘genius’ for his efforts to optimize health programs for epidemic diseases impacting poor and marginalized communities. He discusses his work on HIV/AIDS, COVID, and monkeypox as well as stepping off the trodden path as a way to find success.
- June 21, 2022Source: TCTMD
Regardless of their Medicare plan, every patient hits catastrophic coverage by year’s end at current pricing, new numbers show.
- June 20, 2022Source: Healio
Patients with pneumonia who were admitted to hospitals with high readmission rates had an elevated risk for in-hospital adverse events, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open.
- June 20, 2022Source: WebMd
You probably know that sitting for hours on end is not good for you. New research now shows just how bad it can be.
- June 16, 2022Source: Salon
Will long COVID cause a "tsunami of devastation?" Some doctors don't believe the hype, but they do believe patients.
- June 16, 2022Source: Yale Insights: Health & Veritas
On the latest episode of the Health & Veritas podcast, Harlan Krumholz interviews Howard Forman about his life as a doctor and teacher, including how a radiologist without a PhD got to teach economics at Yale, why he engages in the daily battles that come with speaking out on Twitter, and the extraordinary return on investment from time spent mentoring young people.
- June 14, 2022
Sex is not a reliable indicator of the individual hemodynamic phenotype between women and men with high blood pressure, particularly older adults, a new Yale-led study concludes.
- June 10, 2022Source: Science Magazine
$1.2 billion NIH effort lacks urgency and transparency, critics charge
- June 09, 2022
On the latest episode of the Health & Veritas podcast, Howard Forman and Harlan Krumholz are joined by by Dr. Seth Trueger of Northwestern University, who was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder in 2020. They discuss his experience navigating the healthcare system as a patient and what he’s learned about the challenges facing people with complex medical issues.
- June 08, 2022
The tools do not yet improve patient outcomes, and doctors often ignore their suggestions.