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Tablets and portals may not be a hit, but wearables show promise

It seems patient engagement efforts may require more work if the latest survey holds true. According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, giving patients access to portals and tablets "does...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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If any one word defines where healthcare is heading, it’s this: connectivity. It’s a catch-all term that essentially means using the Web to increase medicine’s reach beyond the confines of the doctor’s office and the hospital. By using remote patient...

source: The Wall Street Journal

A new study by UCLA researchers shows that administering the protein NELL-1 intravenously stimulates significant bone formation through the regenerative ability of stem cells. These preclinical results could one day have an impact on...

source: Health Canal

New research from the Advanced Gene and Cell Therapy Lab at Royal Holloway, University of London has used pioneering stem cell techniques to better understand why certain cells are more at risk of degenerating in spinal muscular atrophy...

source: Medical Xpress

Researchers at St. Louis University say they have, for the first time, found a way to stop cancer cell growth by targeting the Warburg effect, a trait of cancer cell metabolism that scientists have been eager to exploit. Unlike recent advances...

source: Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Concierge medicine allows doctors to charge a flat monthly fee for services. It’s an idea that finally might be catching on. Kurt Mosley was speaking to a group of physicians when the subject of concierge medicine came up. He asked one of the doctors what they charge...

source: Healthline

Tiny tubes emerge from a small transparent block, pumping imperceptible amounts of fluid and air to and fro. It looks like a Fox’s Glacier Mint has been plugged into a life support machine, but this humble chunk of see-through...

source: Genetic Literacy Project


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