Nbr. 27, January 2017
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- The outcomes, economics and ethics of the workplace wellness industry.
- The dubious empirical and legal foundations of workplace wellness programs.
- The EEOC, the ADA, and workplace wellness programs.
- How assuming autonomy may undermine wellness programs.
- Moving beyond 'wellness does not work'.
- Caveat emptor: how the intersection of big data and consumer genomics exponentially increases informational privacy risks.
- Controlling excessive off-label Medicare drug costs through the False Claims Act.
- Underutilized community health needs assessments: four environmental actions for hospitals that improve community health.
- Reproductive selection bias.
- The prescription for rising drug prices: competition or price controls?
- Weapons of mass hysteria, faulty biothreat predictions, and their impact on national (in)security: a case-study of smallpox or the misuse of mathematical modeling to project biothreats, terrorism attacks, and epidemics.
- Creating a culture of health - one university's experience.
- A crisis of patent law and medical innovation: the category of diagnostic claims in the wake of Arioso v. Sequenom.
- Food for thought: flexible farm to school procurement policies can increase access to fresh, healthy school meals.
- Caring for the body and the soul: small businesses post-Hobby Lobby and HHS contraceptive rule.
- Sex education: funding facts, not fear.