This trader made two major market calls in 2022. She says investors are “paid to wait” and should therefore avoid stocks for 2023.

Ahead of major tech earnings, Meta results set to illuminate Nasdaq Composite COMP for Thursday. The S&P 500 SPX also points to gains as investors take a half-full view of the Fed meeting. The founder of, Samantha LaDuc. “The market is not expecting a higher terminal rate, slower growth, or recession. One or more … Read more

Georgia House aims to ease health insurance costs for schools

House budget framers in Georgia want to shift $100 million into the state employee health plan to lessen the impact of health insurance premium increases for public school districts. On Wednesday, the House Appropriations Committee included this change in voting to approve House Bill 18. It modifies the state budget, which ends on June 30. … Read more

House Republican doctors reach breaking point with AMA

Republican doctors in Congress are growing frustrated with the American Medical Association, citing what they call the group’s “woke” policies on gender-affirming abortion and care as a turning point in their relationship. Why is this important: The tension could make it harder for Republicans and the AMA to work on less contentious and bipartisan issues … Read more

Children’s mental health tops list of parents’ worries, survey finds

CNN — Forty percent of American parents are “extremely” or “very” worried that their children will struggle with anxiety or depression at some point, according to a new survey. The Pew Research Center report said mental health was the biggest concern for parents, followed by bullying, which worried 35% of parents. These concerns outweighed fears … Read more

Reeves and Presley offer different visions of healthcare access in televised speeches | state government

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These 3 Houston research projects offer life-saving innovations

Research, perhaps more than ever, is crucial to the expansion and growth of innovation in Houston – and it’s happening all over the city right under our noses. In InnovationMap’s latest research news roundup, three Houston institutions are working on life-saving healthcare research through new technologies. Rice University scientists’ groundbreaking study of Alzheimer’s disease Angel … Read more

Orthopedic Association awards grant to Miller School program to mentor future female orthopedic surgeons

News — Julianne Muñoz, MD assistant professor of orthopedics at the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami, knows that her medical specialty suffers from gender inequality and that she wants to do something about it. “Orthopedics is the medical specialty most underrepresented by women – even more so than the male-dominated specialties … Read more

Canadian leaders are finally waking up to the horrors of single-payer health care

“I hope Americans will watch the human tragedies unfolding in Canada and Britain – and … [+] make progressive legislators realize that they have no interest in Medicare for All here,” writes Sally Pipes. Getty In my last column, I wrote that the Canadian health care system was not a model for the United States. … Read more

UK oncologists and cardiologists collaborate to prevent chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy in cancer patients

Since the age of 12, Barbie Johnson has been a Kentucky girl at heart. Raised on bluegrass, Barbie worked at UK HealthCare for 18 years, first in gynecological oncology and now in surgery planning. But she had no idea that by working with patients, she would eventually become one herself. In July 2020, while performing … Read more

Conference to address critical issues impacting the healthcare sector

Three former federal health secretaries headline “The Business of Health Care: Managing Through Uncertainty” conference to be held at the University of Miami. Secretaries will join industry executives and experts for a day that includes three formalized sessions and multiple networking opportunities to address critical issues impacting the healthcare sector. Conference coordinators Steven Ullmann, professor … Read more