On the Move with MHealth: Nurses Develop Mobile Health Tools,

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Mobile health technology has broadened nurses’ horizons beyond what anyone could have imagined, giving them the ability to improve care and communication and educate patients in managing their own health. Continue reading

Pfizer: Think Patient-First when Developing Mobile Health Apps

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NYC-based pharma company Pfizer currently has 15 apps in the US iOS app store, ranging from a chapstick companion app to an app for people with kidney cancer. At the HIMSS Connected Health Summit in National Harbor, Maryland, Pfizer executives talked about two of the company’s apps and their broader strategy for developing mobile health interventions. Continue reading

Lymphatic Drainage: How To Detoxify Lymph Nodes? Here Are 7 Simple Ways!

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The lymphatic system, or lymph system as it is also called, is a system made up of glands, lymph nodes, the spleen, thymus gland and tonsils. Lymphatic system is vital for both tissue repair and controlling inflammation in most organs of the human body. The improper drainage of the lymphatic system, results in an impaired immune system, or even tumors in the lymph nodes. Continue reading

Foods Kept in Plain Sight May Reveal the Source of Your Weight Management Problem

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The types of ready-to-eat foods you leave in plain sight on your kitchen counters can be used to predict your weight. Those with cereal and soda on their counters are on average 20 to 26 pounds heavier than others

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Vaccine Injury Compensation: Government’s Broken Social Contract with Parents

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Story at-a-glance − In 1986, Congress created a federal vaccine injury compensation program (VICP) to restrict civil lawsuits against vaccine manufacturers and negligent doctors when government mandated Continue reading