Tag Archives: Fall

DTC tax deductions back on the chopping block—and this time, the ax might just fall

The new Senate is once again sharpening its ax to cut pharma’s DTC advertising tax deduction. But this time, the measure is backed by a powerhouse group of well-known Democrats, including several who’ve said they’re interested in becoming the party’s 2020 presidential nominee. The reintroduced three-page bill would amend the IRS tax code to remove the full… Read More »

How you can fall asleep in seconds just by changing the way you breathe

Breathing is a reflex – an automatic, vital action that keeps us alive. But the simple trick of altering how you breathe can also help improve your health and ease all sorts of ­niggles, according to Stuart ­Sandeman, transformational breath coach and founder of Breathpod (breathpod.me). “Many people breathe in shallow and constricted patterns, limiting… Read More »

Cancer Deaths Fall but Disparities Remain

The rate of cancer-related death has fallen substantially over the past quarter century, with much of the decline attributable to a reduction in smoking and improvements in early detection and treatment, according to the latest annual report from the American Cancer Society (ACS). Despite this progress, however, cancer remains the second leading cause of death… Read More »