Sanofi links up with Happify for MS treatment. French drug giant Sanofi has partnered up with Happify in a digital health collaboration meant to help multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. The companies hope that this co-developed technology can eventually be cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a medical device to treat common conditions that MS patients face, including anxiety and depression. (MobiHealthNews)
THE BIG PICTURE
It's officially flu shot season. Fall, which is, for the record, my favorite season, is upon us. And with it comes the prospect of flu shots, and the annoying people who are always telling you to get your flu shots (I am one of those people). Just note: the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends you get your shot by the end of October, the shots take about two weeks to actually take effect, and there is broad scientific consensus that vaccines aren't detrimental to human health (and are actually quite important for the preservation of it). (Fox News)
The Support of Her Company
How a company supports employees through the pivotal moments in their lives matters. ThriveXMIndex focuses on five key experiences (Career, Family, Health, Financial, and Time). Here, SAP SuccessFactors CMO Kirsten Allegri Williams shares how she reintegrated back to work after beating cancer: Watch the video.
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Barack Obama Speaks Out on Climate Change and Income Inequality, by Jonathan Vanian
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