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Major Chinese banks are expected to report disappointing final results as bad loans continue to pile up, while economists from the Asian Development Bank give their outlook for the year ahead.

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Well: The Importance of Sitting With PatientsThe most draining aspect of medical training, it turns out, is not long hours, brash colleagues or steep learning curves — it’s the feeling that you’re often unable to be there for your patients in the way you want.

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Brain Swelling Tied to Deaths From Malaria

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Brain Swelling Tied to Deaths From MalariaThe finding in a new study will not change medical practice immediately, but it may lead to improved treatments, researchers said.

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Ask Well: Ask Well: Whiter TeethA reader asks: What is the healthiest and most effective way to whiten your teeth?

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(Reuters) – An experimental drug from Biogen Idec became the first Alzheimer’s treatment to significantly slow cognitive decline and reduce what is believed to be brain-destroying plaque in patients with early and mild forms of the disease, according to a small study likely to reignite hopes of a treatment…

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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swedish authorities said on Friday they had discovered H5N8 bird flu in two dead swans, the same strain of the virus that has been found in several countries across Europe in recent months.

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The device helps me control my glucose without pricking my fingers to test drops of blood. I buy it overseas, but it’s coming to America..... More »

No Down Payment Financing For Medical, Dental And Healthcare Practices! + More News: Oil glut threatens crude prices + MORE 07/13/2016

Huge overhang from the past two years could be dampening oil price recovery, according to the International Energy Agency. Fred Katayama reports. .... More »

Small HealthCare Practice Funding News: This power plant captures CO2 from the atmosphere + MORE 06/01/2017

A company in Switzerland has just opened the first commercial CO2 capturing plant. The negative emissions technology built by Climeworks will capture 900 tons of CO2 annually. The CO2 is then used to grow food in nearby greenhouses. This is part of an effort to stick to the Paris climate agreement's.... More »

No Down Payment Financing For Medical, Dental And Healthcare Practices! + More News: Well: Ask Well: Should You Fast Before a Cholesterol Test? + MORE 05/24/2016

Repeated studies have found no clinically significant differences between results from cholesterol tests done on a full stomach and those done after fasting..... More »

Small HealthCare Practice Funding News: Former ESPN reporter: 'Blurred line' at network + MORE 09/17/2017

Britt McHenry says there is a "blurred line" at ESPN about what is and is not acceptable on social media. USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan says ESPN is a "10,000 pound gorilla" facing business challenges in a changing media environment..... More »