Minn. company's devices lacked FDA approval; Blind patients with migraines also affected by light;

> The FDA is cracking down on Minnesota-based Sybaritic Inc., a medical device company, for lacking appropriate safety clearances on its products. An ultrasound and non-invasive subdermal therapy systems, as well as a microdermabrasion system were among the products not approved by the FDA. Article

> A study led by Rami Burstein of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has found that light can worsen migraine headaches even in blind patients. Article

> With the passing of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act on Jan. 1, mental health coverage should be just as robust as traditional health coverage--at least in theory it. Article

> The Center for Technology and Aging, an Oakland, Calif.-based organization dedicated to helping improve the quality of home- and community-based care for seniors, has, for the first time, awarded grants to support technology dissemination. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... Some people just don't like personal contact. Article

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