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Lee Aase, the social media manager at the Mayo Clinic (link to Twitter given the subject of this post), has posted six sensible reasons for …

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First they conscripted E. coli into computations; now scientists have coaxed the bacteria into pushing on the teeth of a tiny crankshaft. The Physics arXiv …

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More and more studies are proving telemedicine is effective in helping patients modify their lifestyle to manage health conditions. Telephone counseling combined with home-based blood …

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Via the New York Times, here's a story that gadget-lovers and medical professionals alike can appreciate: With the help of a tiny camera and an …

Wireless technology is increasingly becoming a popular solution to streamline health-care practices, but one company is taking the integration of wireless services a step further. …

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Researchers at Children's Hospital Boston have devised a technique that aims to deliver medication to patients on an as-needed basis for an extended period of …

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