Health and Medical Technology

Although easily available, most health apps have little or no clinical basis. Furthermore, traditional approvals and regulations
In both examples, the difference tech makes can involve serious health issues, and certainly affect a patient's quality of
Several leaps have been made in our health care industry over the last two decades and technology is considered to be the driving force behind most of these improvements.
Things you don’t hear anymore: “Let’s hail a cab.” “I’ll run down to the bookstore.” “Did Dad show you the prints from my
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It is a common misperception that the U. S. has the best health care in the world, another example of "American exceptionalism." By constant repetition over many years, this myth has become a meme, a part of our language without regard to its merit.
Without broadband connectivity to the last miles of America, neither the nation's health citizens (taxpayers, all) won't
Pity the poor student geek. Their classmates are hanging out, messaging friends, or maybe playing on the soccer team. The school aged geeks, however, are driven by coding and tinkering. Although more and more schools are creating robotics or coding clubs, high tech endeavors made by students are often very lonely pursuits.
Many hospitals and surgical centers use oxygen therapy as a standard part of the post-surgical wound healing process, since
Pre-primary care I have written a number of times before about the growing importance of prevention rather than cure. With