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Prove (formerly Payfone) Acquires Mobile Authentication Lines of Business from Early Warning Services

The acquisition will enable more than 1,000 financial institutions to access a broad range of consumer identity and authentication solutions directly from Prove Prove (formerly Payfone), the modern platform for continuous identity authentication, today announced the acquisition of mobile authentication lines of business from Early Warning Services, LLC, a consortium owned by seven of the… Read More »

White House renews argument that increased cases come from increased testing

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany reiterated that spikes in coronavirus cases are a function of increased access to testing, an argument that public health officials have debunked. “When you lead the world in testing, that means that you identify more cases,” McEnany told reporters Monday. President Trump has often touted the U.S. capacity for… Read More »

What Does It Mean When Acne Is on Certain Areas of Your Face? – Health Essentials by Cleveland Clinic – Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic

When you have a breakout, it can feel like you’re walking around with a flashing neon sign on your face that says, “ZIT ALERT!!” How can you banish those blemishes (and turn off that annoying imaginary sign)? Advertising Policy Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission.… Read More »

Health Insurance and Demand for Masking, Testing and Contact Tracing – New Data from The Commonwealth Fund

The coronavirus pandemic occasioned the Great Lockdown for people to shelter-at-home, tele-work if possible, and shut down large parts of the U.S. economy considered “non-essential.” As health insurance for working-age people is tied to employment, COVID-19 led to disproportionate loss of health plan coverage especially among people earning lower incomes, as well as non-white workers,… Read More »

New Research from the CWMH: Impact of Obesity on Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Psychiatric Illness

Individuals with psychiatric disorders are at higher risk for obesity than the general population, as well as for medical comorbidity, such as diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and cardiovascular disease.  Because obesity is associated with an increased risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes, we examined the effect of obesity on neonatal and maternal outcomes in a group of… Read More »