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Katherine Davis
News Writer
As a News Writer for TriMed Media Group, Katherine covers breaking news across several facets of the healthcare industry focusing on content for Cardiovascular Business and Clinical Innovation + Technology. She is based in Chicago and holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Columbia College Chicago. Her work has appeared in Modern Healthcare, Crain's Chicago Business and The Detroit News. She joined TriMed in 2016.

Many of us struggle to drink the recommended eight glasses of water per day, but a new study suggests that we're not supposed to.

lifeIMAGE 5.0, the electronic medical image sharing platform, received a comprehensive update that's available now for users.

A new article by Dataconomy, a data technology news site, discusses how an app could help people avoid the health risks associated with radiation exposure when undergoing imaging tests.

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Health technology company Tempus is partnering with the University of Michigan’s cancer center to bring a new type of personalized treatment for cancer patients to the market.

Teenagers may be impulsive and more likely to take risks, making them more responsive to rewards, but new research says this behavior helps them transition into adulthood.

A new cancer-fighting drug meant to help treat leukemia and solid tumors was approved by the European Union. 

Myocardial Solutions, an MRI technologies maker, has appointed Randy Hill to its board of directors, the company said in a statement.

Physicists at the University of Virginia have developed a new imaging method that combines aspects of both MRI and gamma-ray imaging, a modality that has the potential to create new types of high-resolution medical diagnostics, reported

Neurologist and Harvard professor Ole Isacson, MD, is joining Pfizer as senior vice president and the chief scientific officer of its neuroscience research unit. He begins duties on Sept. 16.

As effective treatments for Alzheimer’s continue to elude the medical community, new research from Iowa State University has shed light onto a particular protein and how it can predict the likelihood of someone developing Alzheimer’s.