Healthcare organizations are looking for new uses for virtual health technology

The virtual health revolution has spread over the past few years, notably through generational shifting events such as the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever, health care leaders, organizations, and policy makers see the value of virtual health, both in terms of patient convenience and experience, and the cost savings that virtual health can provide … Read more

How to improve your mental fitness

You probably have a pretty good idea of ​​how to get your body into shape, right? Practice constantly. Eat (relatively) clean. rest and recover properly. But as more and more of us are realizing, physical fitness is only half of the equation. The term “mental fitness” refers to a positive state of well-being created through … Read more

Hacks for healthy eating this season

you welcome in Everygirl podcast. Whether you’re looking for insider secrets from successful women who landed your dream job, are interested in expert tips for transforming your health and feeling your best, or just want to entertain and laugh with us on your commute, we’ve got you covered. This is the season – this is … Read more

Tips to keep fit

After allocating months of training to a Half or full marathon, you finally finished this epic race. You may be desirable high runnerGet a new, shiny new racing medal Public relations. We hope you also enjoyed the glory of your end. But what now? Of course you want to maintain your fitness level perfectly, without … Read more

Adventist pastor in Jamaica gets a medical degree

Not satisfied with serving only in the Seventh-day Adventist Church by preaching, teaching, and mentoring in his native Jamaica, Kemar Douglas recently completed a medical degree. After four years of study, Douglas is now a medical intern at May Pen Hospital, having graduated from the Caribbean School of Medical Sciences in Kingston, Jamaica, on October … Read more

Does the ethical development of artificial intelligence depend on disadvantaged algorithms? neighborhood mission

For AI to thrive in healthcare, the industry must focus on “disadvantaged algorithms,” as John D. Giving insight to underprivileged algorithms – individuals who do not generate enough data/are not sufficiently represented in health datasets for AI to make a decision – is just one requirement to overcome the potential for AI bias in healthcare. … Read more

Art is good for mental health, says UK charity bringing patients and artists together for collaborative projects in hospitals

British charity hospital rooms have a clear mission to improve the standard of living for mental health patients through art. In the past six years, curator Niamh White and artist Tim A. Julian Obi to Anish Kapoor and Chabalala Self. White and Shaw started the charity after witnessing the stark medical ward that included a … Read more

my class? Few Americans know or follow the American Nutrition Guide

Here’s a quick quiz: What replaced the Food Pyramid, the government’s guide to healthy eating that has been around for nearly 20 years? If you are confused, you are not alone. More than a decade after USDA officials abandoned the pyramid, few Americans have ever heard of MyPlate, a dinner-plate-shaped logo focused on fruits and … Read more

USC researchers are working with Polaris Dawn to study a new approach to X-ray imaging in outer space

Spaceflights today usually last from a few days to a few months, so medical treatment on board is mostly limited to first aid. But researchers are increasingly exploring new terrain — known as in-flight space medicine — that will be needed to keep astronauts healthy during longer missions, such as the 21-month round-trip to Mars. … Read more