Tag Archives: Medicine

Infographic: Consumers Are Turning to Telehealth and Innovative Mobile Medicine Services – Adweek

| 2 days ago From accessing medical records to speaking to physicians, Americans are turning to mobile medicine as a supplement to healthcare coverage. Users are taking advantage of innovative mobile medicine services for convenience, control and cost—and of course, when they need additional support. An Omnicom Media Group survey found 86% of people have… Read More »

What will 2020 bring for medicine and science? – STAT – STAT

Last year, when we asked science and health care soothsayers to peek ahead to 2019, they told us that methamphetamine use would rise (it did), tumor organoids would near clinical use for personalizing cancer treatment and better targeting clinical trials (that’s happening), and price transparency wouldn’t bring lower health spending (that’s true, too). But nobody… Read More »

Student-led program at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine to deliver free first aid training to community – News at OU

A student-led initiative at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine will soon begin delivering free first aid training to those who otherwise couldn’t afford the potentially life-saving instruction. Starting in early 2020, the OUWB First Aid First Chapter is set to begin training community members primarily located in Pontiac. Amy Halder and Lucas Nelson,… Read More »

When Exercise Is The Best Medicine – Forbes

For seniors, health benefits of exercise extend to both physical and emotional well-being. Artyom Geodakyan/TASS The new year is almost here, which has many people thinking about their resolutions. The most common one, perhaps not surprisingly, is to exercise more. And yet, research shows that very few people actually stick to that resolution, with a… Read More »