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Among Those Disrupted By COVID-19: The Nation’s Newest Doctors

About HealthBent KHN’s chief Washington correspondent, Julie Rovner, who has covered health care for more than 30 years, offers insight and analysis of policies and politics in her regular HealthBent columns. Send questions to jrovner@kff.org. July 1 is a big day in medical education. It’s traditionally the day newly minted doctors start their first year of… Read More »

Miriam Stoppard: We can forget those claims that statins harm memory

There’s been a long debate about possible side effects of statins – the cholesterol-lowering drugs taken by around eight million UK adults to prevent heart ­attacks and strokes. The latest charge was they damage people’s memory. But now a six-year study of 1,000 Australians aged 70 to 90, who were given a battery of tests… Read More »

35 minutes of exercise may protect those at risk for depression

Increased levels of physical activity can significantly reduce the odds of depression, even among people who are genetically predisposed to the condition, according to a new study from Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). In a paper published in the journal Depression and Anxiety, the team reported that individuals who engaged in at least several… Read More »

12 Acne-Busting Body Washes For All Those Hard-to-Reach Pimples – Fashionista

Because body breakouts can be just as relentless as facial acne. Photo: Courtesy of Esker Beauty Fact: Body acne is just as real and relentless as facial acne. And even though it may be talked about way less often, inflamed breakouts and blemishes on the body, whether on the back, arms, shoulders or elsewhere, come… Read More »