Category Archives: Blog

The Rey Rivera Case Has a New and Unsettling Update

Courtesy of NetflixNetflix Content warning: reference to suicide, violence, death. One of the most enduring episodes of Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries is the story of Rey Rivera. A loving husband and aspiring writer, he was suddenly called away from his Baltimore home and disappeared—later found dead in a conference room of one of the city’s hotels.… Read More »

WCLC: Lilly, Innovent tout Tyvyt front-line lung cancer win. Can it challenge Merck’s Keytruda?

With its latest trial win, Eli Lilly and its Chinese partner Innovent Biologics are eyeing an all-important front-line non-small cell lung cancer approval in China for their PD-1 checkpoint inhibitor, Tyvyt. But competition with Merck & Co.’s formidable Keytruda lies ahead. Adding Tyvyt (sintilimab) to Lilly’s Alimta and platinum chemo significantly extended the time to… Read More »

Why “One Size Fits All Diet” Do not Work

By Evelyn DeDomincis and Charlene Bazarian  It is an all too familiar scenario:  You run into an old friend that you have not seen in a while and they look amazing!  Your friend clearly lost a lot of weight and you can’t help yourself; you gush:  “You look incredible!  How did you DO it?!”  Your… Read More »

Samsung Announces Health-Focused Galaxy Watch3 Smartwatch

August 7th, 2020 Scott Jung Cardiology, Informatics, OTC, Sports Medicine Electronics giant Samsung recently held their virtual “Galaxy Unpacked” event where they announced the latest upgrades to their popular mobile devices. Along with phones, tablets, and earbuds, Samsung unveiled the newest version of their smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch3. The Watch3 has several new features and… Read More »