Trenton health center celebrates community programs (thetrentonian.com) Henry J. Austin Health Center celebrated National Health Center Week on Tuesday with a kick-off event for the community providing free health screenings and food.On hand to promote National Health Center Week was Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson and state Commissioner of Health, Mary O’Dowd.
Report: Apple planning Health Kit rollout (usatoday.com) Apple is reportedly talking with healthcare providers about plans to rollout a key health feature for its mobile operating system, which will likely be featured during an event next month. According to Reuters, citing "people familiar with the discussions," Apple has discussed its Health Kit service with Mount Sinai, the Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins.
Where Are the Nurses? (nytimes.com) They’re called “nursing homes,” so most of us assume that they have nurses — registered nurses — on the premises. But not all the time. In some facilities, not even most of the time. The 1987 federal law intended to reform the country’s nursing homes required a registered nurse on-site only eight hours a day, regardless of the size of the facility