The 2023-2024 Annual Report from the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences is now available.

The 2023-2024 Annual Report from the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences at Keck School of Medicine of USC has been released, showcasing the significant impact of the Department in the field of population and public health. The report highlights the work of the staff, faculty, students, and alumni in making meaningful contributions to […]

Regulatory Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Healthcare Technology

During a recent webinar, Of Counsel Benjamin Zegarelli and Associate Pat Ouellete discussed the regulations surrounding medical devices and software in the healthcare industry. They emphasized the importance of staying informed and being able to navigate the ever-changing landscape of healthcare regulations. The session covered topics such as the FDA’s approach to regulating AI/ML devices, […]

Temporary Closure of Pick ‘n Save at 35th and North by Health Department

The Pick ‘n Save located at 35th and North Avenue in Milwaukee has been temporarily shut down by the Milwaukee Health Department due to a mice infestation. The closure is necessary to clean, sanitize, and inspect all areas of the store to ensure the health and safety of customers and employees. In a statement, a […]

Public Health Director Position in La Plata County Left with Only One Finalist as Candidate Bows Out – The Durango Herald

Mike Byrns, a candidate from Rhode Island, is scheduled for an in-person visit at the end of April by the La Plata County Board of Health. The board has decided to proceed with his recruitment, and if he decides to withdraw his application, the search for a public health director will start over. After one […]

Chancellor of Appalachian State University to step down citing ‘health issues’

The chancellor at Appalachian State University announced on Monday that she will be stepping down from her position. In a statement, she cited significant health challenges as the reason for her decision and expressed pride in the growth and development of the university over the past decade. She mentioned her excitement for the development of […]

February 2024 Health Cluster Bulletin for Northern Mozambique Humanitarian Response

In February 2024, there was a significant increase in insurgent violence in Cabo Delgado province over the span of two weeks. Attacks were reported in various districts such as Chiure, Macomia, Meluco, Quissanga, and Mocímoba da Praia. Insurgents targeted both security forces and civilians, and there were reports of churches being set on fire. One […]

Epilepsy patients rank second only to stroke in numbers

Patients with epilepsy who are hospitalized at Military Hospital 175 are ranked second in terms of frequency, following strokes. However, many cases of epilepsy are misunderstood as mental illnesses, according to MSc. Hoang Tien Trong Nghia, Head of the Department of Neurology at the hospital. He highlighted the lack of understanding and misconceptions surrounding epilepsy, […]

MIAS Architects Design Can Zariquiey Health Center Foyer

The Can Zariquiey Health Center Foyer designed by Mias Architects is a welcoming space for the families of patients, serving as a meeting point between family members, center professionals, and patients themselves. The design focuses on creating a friendly and familial atmosphere, with domestic dimensions, thoughtful use of materials, colors, and light, both natural and […]

The inaugural health expo was hosted by the NAACP of Hillsborough County

The NAACP of Hillsborough County recently held its first health expo and community Olympics, where participants enjoyed games and activities while also receiving an important message about health disparities in communities of color. The organization stressed the importance of unity, information, and preventive measures to combat health issues that disproportionately affect people of color. With […]

Northglenn and the state come to agreement regarding proposed mental health facility

Residents of a Northglenn neighborhood recently gathered to celebrate after the city reached an agreement with the state regarding a proposed mental health transitional living home in their area. The facility, located at 11255 and 11275 Grant Drive, had been a point of contention for several community members who expressed concerns about its location and […]