Cancer research: high levels of asparagine could drive the spread of breast cancer to other organs
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Cancer research: high levels of asparagine could drive the spread of breast cancer to other organs

Ryan Kh - February 28, 2018

  A new study published in the journal Nature may have found a way to halt the spread of breast cancer to other organs by reducing the…

Patients are Gaining Access to International Medicine Thanks to Big Data
eHealth
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eHealth
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Patients are Gaining Access to International Medicine Thanks to Big Data

Ryan Kh - February 9, 2018

  Big data is on the rise in healthcare. The average US hospital now generates 655 terabytes of data every single year. Add in every healthcare facility…

So, You Need a Chest X-Ray: Here’s What to Expect
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Specialties
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So, You Need a Chest X-Ray: Here’s What to Expect

Ryan Kh - January 31, 2018

  A chest X-ray can be used to diagnose many problems with the chest, including heart failure, pneumonia, lung cancer, broken ribs, and other conditions. But if…

6 Technologies Changing Healthcare for Mobility-Constrained Seniors
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Medical Innovations
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6 Technologies Changing Healthcare for Mobility-Constrained Seniors

Ryan Kh - January 24, 2018

  Smart technologies are poised to make it convenient for caregivers and adult children to better support the elderly, even as those seniors continue to live an…

Health Reform
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Medical Advances Aid Fight Against Pollution-Caused Skin Conditions

Ryan Kh - January 21, 2018

  Pollution causes a variety of health problems, including slower cognitive development and asthma in children, increased leptin levels in older adults and right ventricle heart damage…

Why Health Care Needs To Be a Big Part of Your Retirement Planning
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Health care
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Why Health Care Needs To Be a Big Part of Your Retirement Planning

Ryan Kh - December 21, 2017

  In case you haven’t noticed, health care is expensive. According to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, U.S. health care costs rose anywhere from 4.2% to…

Prion Proteins in Their Native State Can Inhibit the Formation of Amyloid Fibrils
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Home Health
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Prion Proteins in Their Native State Can Inhibit the Formation of Amyloid Fibrils

Ryan Kh - December 9, 2017

Prions are infectious proteins that were first discovered in the early 80s. At that time, it was difficult to predict the potential significance of the discovery. New…

4 Ways to Eat Healthy on the Road and Still Perform at Your Best
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Specialties
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4 Ways to Eat Healthy on the Road and Still Perform at Your Best

Ryan Kh - November 17, 2017

When you’re used to making your own food at home, eating while you travel can really throw your body for a loop. Traveling doesn’t have to put…

Opiate Overdose Symptoms Families of Addicts Must Know
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Health care
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Opiate Overdose Symptoms Families of Addicts Must Know

Ryan Kh - October 24, 2017

Opiate addiction is a growing problem throughout the United States. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that over 2.1 million Americans suffer from opiate addictions. An…

Predictive Analytics and Data Mining Reduce Healthcare Costs and Improve Outcomes
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eHealth
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Predictive Analytics and Data Mining Reduce Healthcare Costs and Improve Outcomes

Ryan Kh - October 16, 2017

Predictive analytics and data mining technology is changing the future of healthcare in unprecedented ways. Healthcare providers around the world are praising these solutions for emerging when…