According to the study conducted by researchers at the NYU Langone Medical Center, understanding the biological events that occur during the growth of a fingernail may unlock the door to limb regeneration. [...]
Healthcare acquired infections (HAIs) may have met their match, according to a one-year Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) study that observed the affect copper had on reducing HAIs.
The study, which spanned from July 2010 to June 2011, found that the placement of copper on high-touch surfaces, such as bed rails or intravenous [...]
The mobile health market, also known as mHealth, is rapidly growing. As more and more healthcare institutions and physicians are adopting electronic medical records they are also exploring the world of mobile health applications. While the integration between the two is slow going, the use of them separately is quickly moving forward.
According to [...]
Many children all over the world experience ear infections, unfortunately they are very common. Have you ever thought to recommend to children and their parents that chewing gum could potentially help prevent ear infections all together?
A study was done in Finland day care centers to test xylitol for the prevention of ear infections, that [...]
A recent survey determined how much physicians rely on the internet in their practice. Here are some notable items from this research:
42% of physicians frequently access online free services 63% of physicians reported that they have changed an initial diagnosis based on new information they found online 50% of physicians report their practice [...]
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