Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” Is Eternal

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Much of the music that defined my early-2000s adolescence was written before I could walk. Listening to CD-Rs filled with songs that had been ripped from the internet, my friends and I warbled to Pixies’ 1988 oddity “Where Is My Mind?,” moped to Tears for Fears’ 1982 dirge “Mad World” (and its 2001...

How to Invest in Middle Mile Networks to Bridge the Digital Divide

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We are in an unprecedented moment in time. $100B in Federal and State funding is available to broadband providers to help bridge the digital divide. Local networks, which provide high-speed broadband access to communities, need to connect with regional and national networks. Enabling that connectivity is middle mile networks which ensure reliable high-speed...

How to Help Her Get Ready

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If your child is biologically female, she’s almost sure to eventually menstruate as she grows up. And the sooner you start talking about it, the better, says OB/GYN Melisa Holmes, MD, co-founder of Girlology, an on-demand wellness program that supports girls and their caregivers through puberty and adolescence.“It’s never too young to start...

What is a “patient-centered core impact set”? – Healthcare Economist

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Patients want new treatments to improve their quality of life. However, do typical patient reported outcomes adequately capture new treatment’s impact on factors that patients care most about? A paper by Perfetto et al. (2022) argues that the answer is ‘no’. The article notes that not only do patients want improved functional...

A Poem by Tiana Clark: ‘Considering Roe v. Wade, Letters to the Black Body’

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Dear Highest Price, Dear Bear the Brunt & DoubleBlow, Dear HeLa Cells Still Doubling, DearDisproportionately Impacted. Dear AnarchaWithout Anesthesia During Surgery with Sims.Dear Fannie and the Mississippi Appendectomieswith the Sick and Tired Ceaseless Sonnet Crown.Dear Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis. Dear BlackAmerican Women Are 3 to 4 Times More Likely to Diein Childbirth...

Whitmer files motion asking state Supreme Court to quickly take up lawsuit over abortion rights

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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) on Friday filed a motion asking for the state’s high court to quickly take up her lawsuit, which aims to stop a decades-old abortion ban from being enforced and considers abortion a constitutional right in the state. “We need to clarify that under Michigan law, access to abortion is...

Best-in-Class Learning Experiences: Combining Human and Digital Elements for Maximum Impact

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The recent global pandemic and current global events, coupled with the escalating nature of digital revolution, have affected not only our working habits but also how we learn — making it increasingly difficult to deliver training that will stick. We are overwhelmed, distracted, and impatient. Flexibility in where and how we learn is...

Eat Better, Get Moving, but Don’t Fret Over Diabetes

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By Judith GrahamFriday, June 24, 2022 (Kaiser News) -- Almost half of older adults — more than 26 million people 65 and older — have prediabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. How concerned should they be?Not very, say some experts. Prediabetes — a term that refers to above-normal but...

ICER’s 2022 “Barriers to Fair Access Assessment” Protocol – Healthcare Economist

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How does ICER plan to determine whether health plans offer fair access to pharmaceuticals? I summarized their approach last year as outlined in their white paper titled “Cornerstones of ‘Fair’ Drug Coverage: Appropriate Cost-Sharing and Utilization Management Policies for Pharmaceuticals.” Last month, final protocol for their “Barriers to Fair Access Assessment“....

What Are Trump Supporters So Afraid Of?

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This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that guides you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas, and recommends the best in culture. Sign up for it here.As more truths about Donald Trump and his attempted coup come out, I fear there will be more...
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