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Archive for the ‘Preventative Medicine’ Category

How Healthcare Organizations Use AI to Boost and Simplify Security – HealthTech Magazine

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

As cybersecurity threats to healthcare grow in number and severity, artificial intelligence is helping providers detect vulnerabilities and respond to data breaches faster and with greater precision. Given that 63 percent of organizations of all types dont have enough staff to monitor threats 24/7, according to a 2019 Ponemon report, the added defense is crucial. Its arguably even more important for the healthcare industry, whose data is often considered more valuable than Social Security and credit card numbers

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World AIDS Day: Some of the Biggest Challenges Hindering HIV/AIDS Research Today – KTLA Los Angeles

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Please enable Javascript to watch this video As people around the world commemorateWorld AIDS Day, in many countries, the disease is still cutting lives short at an alarming rate. Of the770,000 AIDS-related deaths in 2018, almost two-thirds occurred in Africa and the Middle East where infected people have little access to treatment. In their constant work to reduce the number of HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths, researchers face significant challenges,Dr

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Mental health needs emerging as priority in rural counties of Upper Minnesota River Valley – West Central Tribune

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Its a statewide concern, but its also showing up as a high priority as Countryside Public Health surveys health care providers, elected officials and members of the public in the counties it serves in the Upper Minnesota River Valley area. Ashley Johnson, representing the Statewide Health Improvement Partnership for Countryside Health, told the Yellow Medicine County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday that the agency is currently gathering public input to set its priorities for 2020 and beyond

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Recession Watch: The Pot So Watched That It May Never Boil – Observer

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Rather than a self-fulfilling prophecy of a nation of economic hypochondriacs, the recession-watch may actually serve as preventative medicine.

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At 24, Ashley Roxanne is the youngest black Osteopathic Doctor ever – Face2Face Africa

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Ashley Roxanne Peterson is the youngest black Osteopathic Doctor ever, according to reports. She started medical school at age 19 and graduated at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She commenced her family medicine residency at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA in July 2019

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The First Sharjah Architecture Triennial: Can Art Be an Applied Science? – frieze.com

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

In his General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (1936), the economist John Maynard Keynes wrote that when it comes to achieving progress, the difficulty lies, not in the new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones. For both the good and the bad, this sentiment rippled throughout Rights of Future Generations, the inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennial. According to its curator, Adrian Lahoud, this edition is committed to radically rethinking fundamental questions about architecture, which here seems to partly involve an inquiry into what is lost when financial capital dictates design

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Remedy Place, The First Social Wellness Club, Opens in Los Angeles – Forbes

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Remedy Place, LA's first social wellness club is now open in West Hollywood The first social wellness club is now open in Los Angeles West Hollywood neighborhood. Called Remedy Place, the facility opened its doors on November 21 at 8305 Sunset Boulevard, intended to become a gathering place for those seeking to achieve a state of balance, according to the brand

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Apple Watch saves a life, leads to health care tech advocacy – Fox Business

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Woman saved by her Apple Watch Marie Bourque and Mount Sinai Hospital cardiologist Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum talk about the benefits of tech in health care.

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Are you shoveling your snow wrong? Here’s what you need to know to stay safe this winter – USA TODAY

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Snow removal led to 100 deaths and 11,500 injuries that required a trip to the emergency room each year between 1990 and 2006, a study reports. USA TODAY Winter is coming and many parts of the country have already been walloped with serious snow storms

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Taking blood-pressure medication at this time every day could save your life – Sky Statement

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

People who take all of their blood-pressure medication in one go at bedtime are better able to control their condition and have a significantly lower risk of death or illness caused by heart or blood vessel problems compared to those who take their anti-hypertensive medication in the morning, according to research published this month in the peer-reviewed European Heart Journal. The trial instructed 19,084 patients to take their pills on waking or at bedtime, and followed them for more than six years during which time the patients ambulatory blood pressure was checked over 48 hours at least once a year

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ELECTION PROFILE: Fares Moussa, The Liberal Party – This is The West Country

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

ARE you fed up with the usual suspects?

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What’s It Like to Be a Doctor in the Midwest? – Muncie Voice

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Medicine is medicine the world over, but if you studied, interned, and completed your residency in a big coastal city, then you might wonder what its like for your colleagues in the Midwest. Is life slower-paced?

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Jaguar is building a car that could stop you catching a cold – Stock Daily Dish

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Jaguar and Land Rover cars are joining the fight against superbugs and killing them in their cars air conditioning units before they can infect their occupants. The automaker is fitting future models of its vehicles with an ultraviolet light (UVC) to sterilise the interior of the cars.

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Meet The Family Behind QWIN: Revolutionizing CBD Technology – Forbes

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Family Photo Warren Bobrow=WB: Please tell me about yourselves? Where are you from? What was your path to your healing with cannabis

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Startup ‘gamifies’ gut health with diet app aimed at long-term change – NutraIngredients.com

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Personalised nutrition startup Atlas Biomed claims to be the only company in the world offering both DNA and microbiome testing kits for a holistic picture of health and now it is launching a phone app allowing people to discover what foods will best improve their gut health with the simple snap of the camera. Sergey Musienko, bioinformatician andfounder of the UK-based firm launched in 2014, says the app differs from all other diet apps on the market as it will allow customers to genuinely learn how to modulate their microbiomes through their diet choices by teaching them about diet variety and fibre intake. He tells NutraIngredients: Itallows the customer to take a photo of their meal and the special algorithm allows us to identify the specific ingredients in the meal and based on their latest microbiome test results the app provides a scoring system for each ingredient, showing how beneficial they are to the users microbiome composition

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A Tucson business is helping women find the perfect lipstick … by matching their nipple color – Arizona Daily Star

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Renae Moomjian pretty much gets the same reaction from everyone she tells about her new business, NipLips. In fact, it's the same reaction she had when her teenage daughter Helena Moomjian first told her about the concept

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Chip Warren: One day of giving thanks isn’t enough, but it’s good start – Sand Mountain Reporter

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Is it just me, or have you noticed how we seem to go straight from Halloween to Christmas, almost bypassing Thanksgiving altogether? That is unfortunate because not only is Thanksgiving an important American holiday that reflects our heritage, but individuals, families and churches need one day set aside for the purpose of giving thanks to the Lord and acknowledging that all that we have is from Him.

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Remodeled Winn-Dixie opens in Zephyrhills, and other Pasco business news – Tampa Bay Times

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Briefs WINN-DIXIE REOPENS: Winn-Dixie reopened its remodeled store at 36348 State Road 54 in Zephyrhills on Nov. 3.

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Dallas Cowboys Battle the Flu Ahead of Their Biggest Game of the Year in Chilly New England – Newsweek

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

The biggest game of the season looms this weekend for the Dallas Cowboys. But as they get ready to travel north and east to face the New England Patriots, many Cowboys players have been down and out with the flu

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Keeping the Radio City Rockettes on their toes, with help from Westchester – Lohud

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

A look at the Radio City Rockettes training room with Elaine Winslow-Redmond, Director of Athletic Training and Wellness for the Rockettes, and Dr. Melody Hrubes of Rothman Orthopaedi, the Rockettes' new medical director, Nov. 18, 2019 at Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan.

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