Whether you’re employed and insured, elderly and on Medicare, or poor and covered by Medicaid, the Florida Medical Association says there’s a growing shortage Continue reading
Beyond the naked eye: differences in electric signals provide bees with information about a flower
Bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) can detect flowers’ electric fields, scientists have discovered.
Results indicate floral electric fields improve the bees’ ability to Continue reading
I hope so, because no matter how many self-help techniques you use, breaking this one rule will still destroy your peace. It is that powerful. Continue reading
Bad breath can be a common and frustrating problem that nearly everyone experiences from time to time. For some, it’s worse than others. It can be the cause of social isolation and self-consciousness, lowering one’s confidence and ability to interact with others. Getting close to people, Continue reading
An analysis of some recent telemed initiatives and interviews with thought leaders in the field suggest that telemedicine can transform U.S. healthcare into a cost effective system. Continue reading
The cHealth Blog is coming up on its 3rd anniversary and during that time I’ve taken my share of pot shots at organized medicine. Most implementations of connected health are in some way disruptive to the status quo, so I can’t help but point out those opportunities and barriers.
So I was surprised at Continue reading
… grape seed oil can cure seemingly hopeless cases of cancer?
Discovering a chemotherapy treatment capable of selectively eliminating cancer cells would be a cancer researcher’s equivalent of finding the Holy Grail. Continue reading
- Unnecessary drilling and filling your teeth with toxic materials can have far-reaching, long-term health ramifications. Newer alternative types of dentistry, such as minimally invasive dentistry and biomimetic dentistry offer dramatically safer and more effective solutions Continue reading
Older people who have low expectations for a satisfying future may be more likely to live longer, healthier lives than those who see brighter days ahead, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.
“Our findings revealed that being overly optimistic in predicting a better future was associated with a greater risk of disability and death within the following decade,” said lead author Frieder R. Lang, Continue reading
Sweating is just a nasty annoyance to many modern-day people. Sure, it keeps you from overheating during exercise or if you are exposed to extremely hot weather. But most often, perspiration is seen as a negative body secretion to be stopped whenever possible with chemical-laden antiperspirants. On the positive side, many traditional cultures have used induced sweating – such as sitting in sweat lodges – Continue reading