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The Pandemic Has Spurred a Return to Low-Cost Fitness Activities

March 4, 2021

Category: Wellness

Like many others in the U.S., Ron Gumucio and his wife stopped going to the gym in 2020 as a precaution against COVID-19. To fill the void, Gumucio’s wife eventually purchased a stationary bike, joining the club of people who […]


Study explores individual differences of SARS-CoV-2 infection in ACE2-expressing stem cells

February 25, 2021

Category: Innovation, Research

The clinical phenotype of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), is remarkable for its wide range of severity among individual patients. Genetic variations are known to mediate part of these differences. To […]


Can AI Pave the Path to Reducing Physician Burnout?

February 11, 2021

Category: News

The timing couldn’t be more critical for us to start making serious headway to reduce the growing problem of burnout among America’s physicians. In 2018, physician burnout was already at an alarming 42%, but that number is growing as COVID-19 […]


Wellness

7 Mistakes You’re Making In The Morning That Ruin Your Productivity

March 5, 2021

Via: HuffPost

It has been impossible for many of us to feel productive since the COVID-19 pandemic began, which makes total sense. We’re just trying to get through the days while so many routines and norms are still totally out of whack. […]


Innovation, Research

The Role of D-Amino Acids in Humans

March 4, 2021

Via: The Medical News

All living systems are made up of L-amino acids – we will call them left-handed amino acids – and D-amino acids are a mirror image of these. We will call those the right-handed amino acids. As with your right and […]


Innovation, Research

Novel host-viral-microbiome interactions during COVID-19 may determine outcome

March 4, 2021

Via: The Medical News

The current pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), has been spreading rapidly for over a year. Though primarily a respiratory illness, its manifestations are often protean and may be life-threatening. […]


News

Democrats push FDA to regulate toxic metals in baby food after investigation finds high levels

March 4, 2021

Via: CNBC

Top Democrats are pushing the FDA to regulate toxic metals in baby food after a congressional investigation discovered the presence of metals like arsenic, lead and cadmium at levels far higher than those allowed in bottled water and other products. […]


News

Calling All Vaccinators: Closing the Next Gap in Covid Supply and Demand

March 4, 2021

Via: Health IT Answers

Beating back covid right now comes down to balancing supply and demand. With hopes pinned to vaccines, demand has far outstripped the supply of doses. But, as an increasing number of vaccine vials are shipped in coming weeks, the concern […]


Innovation, Research

Drug target could fight Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease

March 3, 2021

Via: ScienceDaily Health

Neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease are in the firing line after researchers identified an attractive therapeutic drug target. An international collaboration, co-led by University of Queensland researchers, has isolated and analysed the structure and function of a […]


Innovation, Research

Study shows potential benefits of green tea extracts in Down syndrome

March 3, 2021

Via: The Medical News

A new study led by Belgian and Spanish researchers published in Scientific Reports adds evidence about the potential benefits of green tea extracts in Down syndrome. The researchers observed that the intake of green tea extracts can reduce facial dysmorphology […]


EHR & EMR

What to Look for In Your Remote Patient Monitoring Solution

March 3, 2021

Via: EMR Thoughts

In the spring of 2020, hospital and IT systems were put in a difficult position. For one, hospitals were overloaded with patients and bed space was at a premium, yet the need for care wasn’t waning. Health care systems also […]