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PROVIDENCE - The owner of Daniel Chapter One, a self-proclaimed health and healing ministry, pleaded guilty in federal court last week to tax evasion and selling unapproved products for cancer treatment and prevention. James Feijo, 68, … more
One of the hallmarks of a great innovation is how it can slide in to save the day: offering a necessary service, creatively solving a problem and easing pain points for populations that have previously been underserved. Women's Medicine … more
Medrobotics Corp.'s accomplishment in developing the first flexible robotic device for surgery has been packed with a healthy dose of not only innovation, but patience. It took nine years – with human trials in Europe and significant … more
With the rise in workplace health consciousness over the past 10 years, it's no wonder that Preventure Inc. is experiencing so much growth. The company, based in Coventry, offers workplace wellness to corporations in all 50 states and abroad. … more
New cholesterol-lowering medications that could help patients lower their risk of developing heart disease and other associated ailments are raising questions within the local health care industry about cardiac-care guidelines. The Federal … more
Delta Dental of Rhode Island has donated $12,000 to Thundermist Health Center to sponsor its dental services tent for veterans this weekend during Operation Stand Down Weekend. more
The U.S. Census Bureau released data from its 2014 American Community Survey showing that the uninsured rate for Rhode Island was 7.4 percent, a drop from 11.3 percent the year before. more
A $1.6 million federal grant has been awarded to University of Rhode Island Nursing Professor Denise Coppa to establish academic and clinical partnerships with two Rhode Island community health centers. more
A $4.7 million five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health will be used by Brown University researchers to study whether mindfulness can help patients follow treatment changes better. more
The share of people without health insurance in the U.S. fell to 10.4 percent last year as Obamacare’s expansion of public and private coverage programs took effect, the Census Bureau said Wednesday. more
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