ACC issues updated guidance on cardiovascular risk reduction in type 2 diabetes patients

The American College of Cardiology has issued an expert consensus decision pathway (ECDP) to guide cardiovascular specialists in the initiation and monitoring of diabetes medications with the express goal of reducing cardiovascular risk. The document was published today in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Despite major therapeutic advances leading to improved outcomes, […]

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U.S. to investigate Kodak’s government loan deal, Trump says

The U.S. government will quickly investigate the circumstances surrounding Eastman Kodak Co’s announcement of a $765 million government loan to make drugs at its U.S. factories, President Donald Trump said on Tuesday. The company’s shares closed down 3.61% at $14.40 after the Wall Street Journal reported earlier that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission would […]

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The trade secret minefield: What workers risk when changing jobs

Self-driving truck entrepreneur Anthony Levandowski on Tuesday received an 18-month prison sentence in the highest-profile trade secrets theft case in Silicon Valley in recent years. Here is a look at where the law stands on taking documents when leaving a job. What was Levandowski convicted of? Prosecutors said Levandowski deliberately moved over 14,000 sensitive files […]

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Some Photoshop users can try Adobe’s anti-misinformation system later this year

Adobe has released more details on its Content Authenticity Initiative, a system for permanently attaching sources and details to an image. The project is meant to mitigate two problems: artists losing credit for work and newsworthy images being manipulated or taken out of context. It’s set for a limited debut on Adobe’s Photoshop software and […]

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