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Uber launches Uber Health, a B2B ride-hailing platform for healthcare

Uber launches Uber Health, a B2B ride-hailing platform for healthcare Uber`s launching a new business line called Uber Health on Thursday that will provide a ride-hailing platform available specifically to healthcare providers, letting clinics, hospitals, rehab centers and more easily assign rides for their patients and clients from a centralized dashboard - without requiring that the rider even have the Uber app, or a... read more...

How Messing With Our Body Clocks Can Raise Alarms With Health

How Messing With Our Body Clocks Can Raise Alarms With Health Research that helped discover the clocks running in every cell in our bodies earned three scientists a Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday."With exquisite precision, our inner clock adapts our physiology to the dramatically different phases of the day," the Nobel Prize committee wrote of the work of Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young. "The... read more...

Swallowing just 25 cysts will guarantee you become infected

Swallowing just 25 cysts will guarantee you become infected Giardia is named after the sci­entist Alfred Giard who described it in a report in 1895, but it wasn't until the 1970s that it was discov­ered that it wasn't a harmless gut parasite but that it caused an infec­tious intestinal disease - giardiasis.Infection is by the fecal-oral route with the bug passing through two stages to achieve its lifecycle. It... read more...

Choose a Full Coverage Dental Insurance

Choose a Full Coverage Dental Insurance Choosing a dental insurance is something that we need to select wisely. If possible, you need to choose a full coverage dental insurance. Meaning, almost all the dental benefits should be covered in that dental plan. There would be some dental insurances wherein the coverage or scope of the plan is limited that it would be better to just look for a dentist... read more...

Types of Mesothelioma Cancer

Types of Mesothelioma Cancer  Mesothelioma - it's an ugly word for an ugly condition. Mesothelioma is really a rare cancer, with about 3,000 cases a year reported in the Ough.S. Although the most common form of Mesothelioma, pleural Mesothelioma, affects the membranes surrounding the lungs, this type of cancer is very different from lung cancer. It is really a much rarer and... read more...

How Google Optimized Healthy Office Snacks

How Google Optimized Healthy Office Snacks Employers need simple, low-cost ways of helping employees make healthy choices. The effects of poor health and obesity cost U.S. companies $225 billion every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control, and this number is quickly rising. Although some employer-sponsored wellness programs have yielded high returns - Johnson & Johnson reported a... read more...

Cancer tumour genetics reveal possible treatment revolution

Cancer tumour genetics reveal possible treatment revolution A landmark discovery into the genetic makeup of tumours has the potential to open a new front in the war on cancer, delivering potent therapies that are tailored to individual patients, scientists have said.The breakthrough comes from research into the genetic complexity of lung and skin cancers which found that even as tumours grow and spread around the... read more...

Neurofeedback Can Increase Brain Activity, Motivate Us To Be More Productive: Study

Neurofeedback Can Increase Brain Activity, Motivate Us To Be More Productive: Study Motivation gets many people up and out of bed every morning. But sometimes we might need an extra push to go about the myriad tasks we have to accomplish every day. Wouldn't it be great if we could harness our motivation, and use it when we need it most? Scientists from Duke University developed a brain imaging strategy, which may one day let us do just... read more...

Man Flu Might Actually Be Real After All

Man Flu Might Actually Be Real After All To most, "man flu" is thought of as a pejorative, a way of teasing men who are complaining perhaps a little too much about the cold or influenza virus they've picked up. However, a new piece of research suggests that man flu may be an actual condition that men suffer from. As revealed in a study in the American Journal of Physiology - Lung Cellular and... read more...

Top 7 Myths About Eating Vegan, Busted

Top 7 Myths About Eating Vegan, Busted MYTH: It's hard to get enough protein on a plant-based diet.FACT: There is so much fuss over "getting enough protein," but virtually all Americans (including vegans!) get way more than enough protein. Plant protein is complete, and the idea that vegans need to "combine foods" to get enough protein is a myth.MYTH: Vegans only eat vegetables and the food... read more...

7 Things That Happen When You Stop Eating Meat

7 Things That Happen When You Stop Eating Meat 1. You'll reduce inflammation in your body.If you are eating meat, cheese, and highly processed foods, chances are you have elevated levels of inflammation in your body. While short-term inflammation (such as after an injury) is normal and necessary, inflammation that lasts for months or years is not. Chronic inflammation has been linked to the development... read more...

How much do physicians trust insurance companies?

How much do physicians trust insurance companies? A survey of more than 600 primary and specialty-care physicians across the U.S. suggests mistrust of major insurance companies is an issue across the industry.With many MDs taking the view insurers are an impediment to the provision of quality care, that dynamic could impact coordination of care and risk-based arrangements that require a level of partnership... read more...

The bacon freak-out: Why the WHO's cancer warnings cause so much confusion

The bacon freak-out: Why the WHO On Monday, the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced "there is convincing evidence" that eating bacon, salami, hot dogs, and other processed meats can increase the risk of cancer in humans.Sadly, that ushered in a lot of sloppy journalism and needless panic. Some news outlets are suggesting that processed... read more...

Youth mental health services lacking, says Abbotsford mom

Youth mental health services lacking, says Abbotsford mom Fraser Health Authority CEO Michael Marchbank said hospitals across the region are seeing a significant increase in the number of youth in need of psychiatric services.It's an area of health care that needs to be examined, he said, speaking at the Fraser Health board meeting in Langley on Wednesday.Marchbank was responding to the comments of one mother who... read more...

Record View: Health service is in a sorry state after treatment of 100-year-old woman

Record View: Health service is in a sorry state after treatment of 100-year-old woman BOSSES say they're sorry for leaving a 100-year-old woman on a trolley for eight hours, but it beggars belief that a patient of any age should endure that ordeal, says RECORD VIEW. HEALTH service bosses say they're extremely sorry for leaving a 100-year-old woman on a trolley for eight hours.So they should be. It beggars belief that a patient of that age -... read more...

New online program aims to make mental health services more accessible

New online program aims to make mental health services more accessible The Scarborough Hospital has developed an online program designed to provide greater access to mental health services for people suffering from moderate depression or anxiety.Internet-assisted cognitive behavioural therapy (ICBT) is aimed at making the therapy available to people who aren't comfortable leaving home or are struggling financially, said... read more...

Chardon Schools receive funds for mental health services

Chardon Schools receive funds for mental health services The Chardon School District received an additional $750,000 state grant to provide comprehensive mental health services to its students.The two-year grant comes more than three years after the fatal February morning when three Chardon students were killed in a school shooting.Students who were freshmen during the 2011-2012 school year graduated earlier this... read more...

Health Services Dietitian Advocates for Intuitive Eating

Health Services Dietitian Advocates for Intuitive Eating At a discussion Tuesday in the Lowell House small dining room, Michelle P. Gallant, a clinical dietitian at Harvard University Health Services, explained to a group of about 20 attendees how to stay healthy and happy through a concept called "intuitive eating."Gallant began the discussion, organized by the Harvard College Health Advocacy Program, by covering... read more...


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