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Forbes

Medicine Is Moving From Implantables To 'Chipables'
Forbes
The monitoring of the electrocardiogram is an essential tool in clinical care. From feeling a simple pulse to the intricacies of an intracellular action potential, that 'lub dub' is synonymous with the very essence of life. But enough about high ...



FederalNewsRadio.com

DoD, FDA team up on service member medicine, but is it going too far?
FederalNewsRadio.com
So U.S. Special Operations Command pushed heavily for its use because it could save lives in the field and the plasma had a long shelf life. Congress heard SOCOM loud and clear and inserted a provision in the 2018 defense authorization act to make ...

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The 19th-Century Sham Medicine That Saw Oracles in Orifices
Atlas Obscura
The Muncie Surf Sanatorium stood three stories high on the northern shores of Muncie Island, a few miles from Fire Island, New York. Run by married doctors Edward and Elizabeth (Libbie) Muncie, it was a grand, hotel-like building with a billowing ...



American Council on Science and Health

In Medicine, Words Matter (And Not In The Ways You Might Think)
American Council on Science and Health
With the focus in the last few weeks on President Trump's first routine physical in office and the published description that Friday's exam at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center went “exceptionally well,” the internet - in particular, twitter ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Chinese New Year 2018: Dogs, luck and why you should avoid medicine, laundry and crying children
Telegraph.co.uk
Each Chinese New Year is characterised by one of 12 animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac - and the next one is the Year of the Dog. The annual celebration begins on the new moon that comes between 21 January and 20 February. This year, it starts ...

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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Pfizer Joins Foundation Medicine to Develop Cancer CDx
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Foundation Medicine said today it will partner with Pfizer to develop and commercialize companion diagnostics (CDx) for the pharma giant's oncology portfolio, through a collaboration whose value was not disclosed. Foundation Medicine said the companion ...
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WRAL.com

Stuffy nose? Dry cough? Here's how to pick the right cold medicine
WRAL.com
Raleigh, N.C. — In cough and cold season, some people need to be especially cautious about cough and cold medicines — and everyone needs to pick right one for their symptoms. Children, pregnant or nursing women and people with high blood pressure ...



MobiHealthNews

In first issue of Digital Medicine journal, study finds little evidence that remote patient monitoring improves outcomes
MobiHealthNews
Remote patient monitoring is one of the hot topics in digital health and has grown increasingly popular in the last decade. But a recent data analysis questions whether or not remote patient monitor is effective in improving clinical outcomes. A meta ...

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OZY

What We Get Wrong About the Future of Medicine
OZY
By collecting, analyzing and quantifying massive amounts of data about a patient, including the individual's genome and microbiome, doctors can now analyze and suggest what actions to take to improve wellness and avoid, or ameliorate, disease. This is ...



Our physicians are our patients, too: WVU Medicine urologist battles brain inflammation
WVU Medicine (press release)
WVU Medicine urologist Adam Luchey, MD, was on vacation with his family in South Carolina when he began to experience symptoms of a rare brain inflammation called acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM). He was diagnosed with vertigo at the ER, and ...


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