Behavioral Telehealth Key for ACO Success

88Using telehealth to connect mental and physical health and achieve the ACO triple aim

Only 14 percent of accountable care organizations have integrated behavioral health services with primary care in Continue reading

NATO Tests Telemedicine System in Ukraine

NATONATO is developing a multinational telemedicine system to improve access to health services and increase survival rates in emergency situations, including in remote areas. The technology was successfully live tested during a field exercise in Lviv, Ukraine in September 2015, attended by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko.

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Your Body Needs Full Spectrum Light for Optimal Function

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Humans are adapted to sunlight as a complex stimulus that helps keep your body healthy. Exposure to the 1500 wavelengths in sunlight enables your body to react in a balanced and beneficial way Continue reading

3D Mammogram Technology – Dangerous or Safe for Breasts?

mamoCan one trust the cancer industry? Four top American cancer charities have been accused of misusing over £1BILLION in donations. The Cancer Fund of America (CFA), Cancer Support Services Inc (CSSI), the Children’s Cancer Fund of America (CCFA) and the Breast Cancer Society Inc (BCSI) were charged by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) yesterday.The total amount alleged to have been defrauded is reported to be £120million. Continue reading

Reanalysis Confirms Long Held Suspicions — Paxil Is Unsafe and Ineffective for Teens

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Rather than warning doctors of side effects like suicide, GlaxoSmithKline encouraged them to prescribe Paxil to teens and children, citing their own research showing the drug was safe and effective for teens

A reanalysis of the original raw data found no evidence that Paxil was effective for the treatment of major depression in teens; Continue reading