Economics, Longevity, Medical News, World health
Net worth at midlife inversely associated with mortality, cohort study finds

According to a new cohort study of 5414 people, those who had a higher net worth by midlife had a considerably lower risk of mortality over the next 24 years. Sociologists have long been

Economics, Medical News, Pollution, World health
UN study confirms relationship between pollution-related deaths and areas at highest risk for climate change impacts

In a study of risk estimates of climate change impact and toxic emissions, Notre Dame researchers identified a statistically significant link between the spatial distribution of global climate risk and

Biotechnology, Cancer, Economics, Medical News, Pharmaceuticals
Artificial intelligence developed that finds disease targets and predicts a drug’s chances of FDA approval

Researchers have developed a new method of looking for disease targets using artificial intelligence, which then forecasts whether or not a treatment will be authorized by the FDA. In its

Economics, Medical News, Pharmaceuticals, World health
Recent studies provide new evidence to battle drug price increases

All three of the standard-of-care (SOC) medications analyzed by the researchers saw at least an 8 percent decrease in administration of the medication after price hikes. Two of the SOC