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12 Yogurt Curry Recipes for a Warm + Energizing Dinner

Curry is one of the healthiest meals you can eat, thanks to nutrient-rich ingredients like fresh vegetables, meats, coconut milk, and anti-inflammatory spices. And that’s not the only reason we <i>love</i> curries. Curries that include yogurt offer extra protein <i>and</i> a super-authentic flavor profile that’s …

Healthy Eating

320-square-foot tiny container home packs a surprising suite of amenities

A tiny home owner and California-based designer combined their expertise and experience to design and build a stylish 40-foot long container home. …

Tiny House Movement

7 prefab homes that impressed us in 2016

Another prefabulous year behind us!<p>The idea that prefab homes can provide an efficient alternative to traditional construction is no longer news. Besides digging deep into all kinds of prefab dreams percolating throughout the last century, Curbed also been sharing plenty of prefab options currently …

There's a new trend in therapy that may make access easier for everyone

Though it used to be something that people didn’t talk openly about, treatment for mental health has become more and more common. And that’s great …

Can You Visit a Doctor Without Leaving the House?

One of the most annoying things about being sick is leaving the house for medical care, filling out forms and sitting in a waiting room when you …

Health Care

How tech-enabled consumers are reordering the healthcare landscape

Healthcare companies are developing new digital technologies to give consumers more control over the care they receive. That could upend the …

Digital Health

Vaping does not help people stop smoking, says WHO report

Critics say World Health Organisation report is a backward step that will hamper fight to cut tobacco-related deaths<p>Countries should consider curbing the use of e-cigarettes because there is not enough evidence to show they help people stop smoking, according to a World Health Organisation …

Vaping is 'as bad as smoking cigarettes' for damaging key blood vessels

Vaping damages key blood vessels in the heart in a similar way to normal cigarettes, heart experts have said.<p>Despite the NHS backing e-cigarettes as …

Can Psychiatry Turn Itself around?

Psychiatry needs help.<p>Mental health has become a national issue, as growing numbers of mentally ill people have filled our streets and our jails. Yet …

Mental Health

Why Google DeepMind wants your medical records

<b>Google's DeepMind has moved on from playing Go to more serious matters - attempting to solve some of the world's biggest health problems.</b><p>Projects include a tie-up with London Moorfields eye hospital, which will see it using one million eye scans to train its artificial intelligence system to …

Artificial Intelligence

NHS child mental health services are failing the next generation, say GPs

Six in 10 children and young people across England do not get treatment for problems such as anxiety and depression, data shows<p>Up to four in five children with mental health problems are being denied access to treatment they urgently need in some parts of England, NHS figures show.<p>Overall six in 10 …

Harnessing the potential of mobile health apps

What information is worth the patient's time to collect?<p>Mobile health apps on our cellphones can hold a wealth of helpful information to take better …

Xerox: 61% of Americans Open to Receiving Virtual Care

With meaningful use incentives on the table and increasingly frustrated health exchange patients, healthcare providers both private and public are …

Phone app that can detect heart attack a week out considered by NHS

A smartphone app that can tell if users are in danger of having a heart attack by the tone of their voice is being considered for use by the NHS.<p>Clinical trials of the software showed it accurately predicted admission to hospital for people with congestive cardiac failure one week before they were …

Radiation Therapy

Learning how to use design thinking to improve the patient experience - Scope

Ask anyone who has experienced the health-care system if something about it could be improved, and there will be no shortage of predictable answers …

Design Thinking

These Healthcare Data Companies Earn Millions by Making Employees Healthier, Saving Their Employers Boatloads of Money

Senior Entrepreneurship Writer at CNBC<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>She may have told only her partner and her parents, but data collected by Castlight Health could predict a female employee's pregnancy before she has announced the news to her co-workers.<p>The San …

Digital Health

Computers will outperform doctors at diagnosing illnesses, says government technology adviser

Computers will soon outperform even the best doctors at diagnosing illnesses, because of the rapid growth of processing power, a government technology adviser has said.<p>Richard Susskind, an Oxford professor who has advised governments around the world, said that in the coming years, patients would …

Physiology

Owners Home

Welcome to MyHyundai<p>Discover exclusive online resources for Hyundai owners...and those who aspire to be.<p>Research & Configure<p>Compare models, configure …

Hyundai