For Virginia “Jenny” Koslow, PharmD, pharmacy runs strong in her family. Her father, Ralph Dales, has been a pharmacist for more than 40 years. In 1979, he opened a pharmacy in his hometown, and his wife (Jenny’s mom) worked there as a technician. Although Dales loved independent pharmacy, because of finances, he had to close the… Read More »
Most of us would find it off-putting to imagine that there are many trillions of bacteria, viruses and fungi living in our body, invisible to the naked eye. But Richard Sprague, a Seattle-based software engineer, has dedicated years of his life — and tested himself hundreds of times — to unravel their mysteries.
Dive Brief: Wait times for new patients at Department of Veterans Affairs facilities and private hospitals were similar in 2014, a new Journal of the American Medical Association study authored by researchers affiliated with the VA found. But while wait times in the private sector appeared to be static between 2014 and 2017, wait times… Read More »