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Health Management Systems based on next generation diagnostic technologies assessing all aspects of health and wellness - from food intolerance to aging and more
RT @Cerner: Big Data Peeps At Your Medical Records To Find Drug Problems #healthIT #bigdata
Wetlands – Good or Bad for the Environment? | UConn Today: via @UConn
Top 10 downloaded iPhone health apps are for testing or entertainment purposes, don't provide reliable info:
RT @NHSChoices: It's getting warmer - and skin health is back in the spotlight. Learn your ABCDE of moles:
RT @cnnhealth: A smell test could help doctors detect #Alzheimers @alzassociation
Gut microbes contribute to inflammatory bowel, could help predict disease progression and lead to future treatments:
RT @runnersworld: Research reveals surprising perks of a sunny run--if you exercise caution:
Health Insurers Are Trying New “Value-Based” Payment Models to improve care and lower costs
RT @nytimes: Paying Till It Hurts: Some Generic Drug Prices Are Soaring
RT @ClevelandClinic: What triggers a heart attack? The answers may surprise you:
Gut bacteria are what we eat - browse through 9.8 million genes for most gut microbes found in 1070 people:
Your Smartphone Carries Your Personal Bacteria via @usnews
RT @TIME: This is how to spot hospital bill errors that could cut your health care costs
When it comes to providing FDA drug warnings, Wikipedia isn't always timely:
When will EHRs become sophisticated clinical care support systems instead of electronic patient data stores?
On Luck, Skill and Hard Work - in Soccer and Life
On Luck, Skill and Hard Work - in Soccer and Life -
On Luck, Skill and Hard Work - in Soccer and Life
Hospitals are starting to use data from public records and credit card transactions to identify high-risk patients
Long-term exposure to cold environments can stimulate growth of "good" fat potentially benefiting energy metabolism:
City lamp posts will track pedestrians, air quality, sound: by @alicetruong via @FastCompany
RT @Reuters_Health: Keeping the aging brain active may also keep it sharp: study
Photonics sensors could open up a whole new set of biomedical functions within smartphones:
Too little white bread and too many oranges could be actually bad for you:
New optical sensors swell when exposed to chemicals in the air:
RT @ussoccer: We are 314 million united behind the red-white-and-blue. #OneNationOneTeam #1N1T #WorldCup
Bacteria May Give You A Heart Attack:
Want to reduce your vehicle's carbon footprint? Loose weight:
RT @RWJF_HumanCap: Building a "culture of health" goes beyond the health care system, to include everyday experiences & choices: #HCBlog
SmartStop patch talks to your phone to enable drug delivery, might help with nicotine cravings & ADHD
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