Health

The Opioid Crisis

By staff writer February 2019 According to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 70,237 Americans died from overdose in 2017. This outnumbered nationwide deaths from both gun violence and car accidents. This staggering number of deaths is...

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The Fight for Fresh Food

By contributing writer Sean O’Toole September 2018 - 2 min. read Urban agriculture is an integral part of human civilization. The ability to cultivate food consistently in one place was the impetus for the founding of the first human cities,...

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“Meds and Eds”

June 2018 — If there is one thing to take away from Philadelphia’s business market it is that higher education and healthcare — or as the locals call it, “meds and eds” — are two major sweet spots. Philadelphia and its surrounding region are home to numerous...

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The Healthcare Research Capital

  February 2018 — Known as a healthcare hub, Atlanta is nationally recognized not only for its patient care but also for its research in the healthcare industry. As the home of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and leading research institutions like...

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Alliance of care

How Miami Cancer Institute's role in the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Alliance improves treatment options for cancer patients in South Florida Michael J. Zinner Founding CEO & Executive Medical Director - Miami Cancer Institute   As the third member of the...

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