Florida Lawmakers Add Telehealth to Resources for Students in Crisis

Florida lawmakers have passed legislation that would allow schools and law enforcement to use telehealth to connect behavioral health counselors with students in crisis situations.

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Intermountain Bolsters Connected Health Footprint With Air Transport Service

Intermountain Healthcare is acquiring an air transport service that reaches eight states, a move that officials say will support and improve its far-reaching telehealth platform.

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Learn how to make milk thistle extract-the all-purpose remedy for preppers

Milk thistle is an herb that offers some benefits, such as promoting liver and heart health. While others consider the plant an invasive weed, preppers know that milk thistle is useful when turned into a potent extract. (h/t to SurvivalSullivan.com) Continue reading

Survival medicine: How to make tinctures for your SHTF first aid kit

Survival medicine: How to make tinctures for your SHTF first aid kit

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Using plantain as a home remedy? Here are 4 ways to do it

People often consider plantains as common weeds. But this herb has a wide variety of medicinal uses. In the 10th century, the Saxons included plantains among their nine sacred herbs. While plantains are not as used today, they make excellent home remedies – and even medicine in case of an emergency. Continue reading

Health Ranger unveils STUNNING natural medicine breakthrough: How to make your own “green chemistry” nanoparticle medicine at home, to treat drug-resistant bacterial infections and more


What you’re about to see here is an extraordinary breakthrough in “green chemistry” and natural medicine. Pharmaceutical companies have spent millions of dollars researching biologically active nanoparticles that can be used to deliver drug payloads to specific tissues in the body. Continue reading

Preparing herbal remedies: 8 Quick and simple methods of preserving medicinal herbs


Emergency Medicine Physicians Develop Device to Stop Lethal Bleeding in Soldiers

Two emergency medicine physicians with wartime experience have developed a weapon against one rapidly lethal war injury. Continue reading

US Tele-Medicine Announces the Appointment of Virginia Tech Chair of Emergency Medicine Professor John Burton

Beverly Hills, CA, Professor John Burton, Chairman of the Emergency Medicine of Virginia Tech’s Carilion School of Medicine and Chief of ER Medicine at the Carilion group of hospitals in Virginia, is appointed Member of the Medical Advisory Board of US Tele-Medicine.

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AAP Issues Consent for Pediatric Emergency Services

New recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) provide guidance when parental consent is not readily available or unnecessary, or when parental refusal of consent could harm the child. The Policy Statement, entitled “Consent for Emergency Medical Services for Children and Adolescents,” was reported online July 25 and will appear in the August issue of Pediatrics.

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Vanderbilt University’s Professor Thomas Abramo joins US Tele-Medicine Medical Advisory Board

Professor Thomas Abramo, M.D., Chief of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Director of the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital Emergency Department, and Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at Vanderbilt University Medical School, joins the Medical Advisory Board of US Tele-Medicine.

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Lawrence Steinberg, MBA, was appointed a Regional Senior Vice President in the Business Affairs Unit of US Tele-Medicine.


(Beverly Hills) – Lawrence Steinberg, MBA, was appointed a Regional Senior Vice President in the Business Affairs Unit by Jacques von Speyer, CEO of US Tele-Medicine. Lawrence, based in Connecticut, will lead the Telemedicine Triage sales effort directed toward the largest employers in America.

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