Hispanic Heritage Month Sees Launch of Telemedicina Latina

This year’s’ Hispanic Heritage month takes on advancements in healthcare with the launch of the nation’s first all-Spanish language telemedicine service. Michigan is the first territory for Telemedicina Latina offering immediate medical consults with Michigan based Spanish speaking doctors available from morning to evening daily. Continue reading

Hamilton Hospital Offers Telemedicine for Stroke Patients

Hamilton Memorial Hospital in McLeansboro now offers state-of-the-art telemedicine technology that puts a stroke patient in touch with immediate time-saving, Continue reading

Telemedicine Won’t Make Traditional Healthcare Services Extinct

As the retooling of the healthcare industry with telemedicine capabilities advances, the technology is supplementing rather than supplanting traditional modalities of medical service delivery.

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15 Reasons You Should Be Drinking Lemon Water Every Morning

If you are looking for an easy trick to improve your life and overall health, than look no further. Drinking lemon water first thing in the morning is a pretty simple routine to get into and will have tremendous effects on your overall health.

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U.S. Retailers Begin Taking Farmed Fish Off their Shelves as Antibiotic Overuse Destroys Fish Farming Industry

The biggest seller of organic foods has decided to greatly reduce the number of antibiotic-treated salmon it purchases from Chile, a move that’s expected to a deliver a huge financial blow to the aquaculture industry.

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High-Functioning Autistic Five-Year-Old Reportedly Showing Signs of Telepathy

A young, “high functioning” autistic boy named Ramses from Los Angeles, California, is being described as “one of the smartest five year olds on the planet” by neuroscientists. It’s a situation that is baffling experts. The boy’s mother, Nyx Sanguino, says her son is able to recite words in Hebrew, Greek, Arabic and Japanese. Continue reading

How BYOD Strategies Will Affect the Future of Mobile Health

“Among the trends that are affecting the future of mobile health would be things like the greater availability of personal mobile devices.”

Could BYOD strategies impact the future of the mobile health space? Read on to find out. Continue reading

CMS Finalizes Medicare Payment Model With Telehealth Implications

On Monday, CMS finalized a new Medicare payment model for hip and knee replacements that grants more flexibility in the use of telehealth services, AHA News reports (AHA News, 11/16).

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The Truth about Weight Loss Plateaus

It happens to nearly everyone who is successful at losing weight: the plateau. You’ve counted endless calories, worked your butt off (literally) at the gym, and then all of the sudden the progress stops. Or does it? Continue reading

How Your Memory Works, and the Surprising Implications of Impaired Memory Function

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Your memory holds a record of your entire life and shapes your identity, but the ability to form memories does not occur until the age of about five. Prior to that, lack of self-recognition prevents autobiographical memory formation

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Antineoplastons: A Cure for Cancer Ignored For 45 Years?

Could a cure for advanced, chemotherapy and radiation resistant cancer have already been discovered as far back as 1967? Could this curative substance have been so close to us for all this time, as to be part of our own blood and a constituent of our own urine?

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Telemedicine Facility for Emergency Care

The telemedicine facility being set up at the Sabarimala pilgrimage center, with technical assistance from JIPMER, Puducherry, and ISRO, to provide specialist medical consultation round the clock to pilgrims who might require emergency care, Continue reading

Five Telemedicine Trends Transforming Health Care IN 2016

Telemedicine is a key component in the health care industry shift to value-based care as a way to generate additional revenue, cut costs and enhance patient satisfaction. One of the biggest changes to health care in the last decade, telemedicine is experiencing rapid growth Continue reading

Alzheimer’s and Lyme —Two Diseases Driven by Inappropriate Interventions in the Food Chain

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Alzheimer’s and Lyme disease are caused by disruptions in the food chain. In our efforts to create a cheaper food system, we’ve cut too many corners, and made too many dangerous shortcuts  Continue reading

Vaccines—Are They Still Contributing to the Greater Good?

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To ensure the safety of as many children as possible, we need to have an open rational discussion about vaccine safety Continue reading