There is quite a lot to discuss this election season and the direction in which healthcare should go is one of the hot topics. How will the election results impact the future of healthcare in the US?
This past week thousands took to social media to share their #IHeartHIT and #HITworks stories to show how health IT transforms lives,...
September 21st was World Alzheimer’s Day and Alzheimer’s Associations all across the globe concentrated their efforts to bring much needed attention to the disease.
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. In today’s world 2 out of 3 children do not get any physical activity on a daily basis.
It’s the first week of September which means the end of lazy summer days. In other words, it’s time to put down the ice cream and remember to exercise! This week’s Friday Five highlights articles about keeping healthy and fit during this back to school time.
With healthcare technology changing and improving everyday, precision medicine (PM), the medical model proposing customizing healthcare, including an individualized tailoring of all medical decisions, practices, and products to every patient, is also on the rise. Today’s Friday Five includes everything you need to currently know about precision medicine.
August is National Family Month and Fruits and Veggies – More Matters (@Fruits_Veggies) has started a FAMILY FRUIT & VEGGIE CHALLENGE: Try a new fruit or vegetable every week then build a meal and /or snack around it. This week’s Friday Five will help you play along!
We are thru the first week of the Summer Olympics in Rio. Today’s Friday Five looks at fitness, food, and nutrition tips from top athletes, April Ross, Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte, and Kristin Armstrong. These Olympians are going for the gold or have already won gold in the Rio games.
In honor of the start of the 2016 Summer Olympic games in Rio, today’s Friday Five takes a closer look at how Olympic athletes train. From workouts to menus to use of technology, here’s are the ways to keep healthy and fit like some of your favorite Olympians.