Tag Archives: Pose

(TRIKONASANA) Triangle Pose Benefits

The triangle pose benefits the body’s flexibility, straightens and elongates the spine, helps to strengthen the legs, arms, ankles and feet, and opens the area surrounding the hips. This pose replicates the triangle’s innate stability, a geometric form which embodies support, balance and strength. While breathing rhythmically and deeply, focus on being still while holding… Read More »

VA apps pose privacy risk to veterans’ healthcare data

The increasing use of apps provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs is meant to improve access to patient health and benefits information in convenient digital platforms. However, members of Congress are worried that this electronic data is vulnerable. “When a veteran downloads an app from the VA’s app store, how much personal information does… Read More »

Canadian doctors warn marijuana edibles pose greater risk of overdose

Chocolate containing 10 mg of THC extract, made by the Wellness Connection of Maine in Gardiner, photographed August 21, 2019. Gregory Rec | Portland Press Herald | Getty Images Baked goods, candies or other cannabis-infused edibles may not be as safe as people think, especially for first-time users, children and the elderly, according to a… Read More »

Yoga pose where you lay down

Plank Plank teaches us how to balance on our hands while using down entire body to support us. Keep your right leg lifted to release any tension in your right hip for 1, first lean onto your hands, i don’t see how it may look like a pigeon. Keeping your feet and knees hip, take… Read More »

Federal requirements for sharing patient medical records pose challenges, opportunities

Most technology executives polled in the U.S. are relatively unfamiliar with a key federal law requiring greater patient access to healthcare records and the interoperability of such records across health networks, according to new research findings from Accenture. A centerpiece of the 21st Century Cures Act, which became law as H.R. 34 in 2016, are… Read More »

Medical devices pose cybersecurity and patient threat

Connectivity has opened the door to cybersecurity attacks beyond the computer. Security breaches can happen anywhere there is a connected electronic device. CAT scans, MRI machines, anything plugged in such as pacemakers and insulin pumps, create security vulnerabilities that can be overlooked in standard hospital cybersecurity procedures. “In surgery room, everything is  a computer,” said… Read More »