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Gene Tied to Adult Depression After Childhood Abuse

Title: Gene Tied to Adult Depression After Childhood Abuse<br>Category: Health News<br>Created: 9/24/2015 12:00:00 AM<br>Last Editorial Review: 9/25/2015 …

Health

Amid a Boom in Addiction Treatment, Will Big New Players Understand the Old Model Must Change?

<i>This was first published in National Council, a publication of the National Council for Behavioral Health</i><p>Sam knew he was out of second chances when he checked into the clinic. He had already graduated from four 30-day inpatient programs, and every time he swore he'd never go back. Every time, the …

12 Mistakes Women Make in Middle Age

Here are the 12 most common mistakes aging women make—and how to avoid them.

Your Favorite Celebs’ Personality Types, In One Helpful Chart

Stars! They're just like us!<p>Are you more of an Albert Einstein or an Angelina Jolie?<p>Luckily for anyone who has ever wanted to identify their public-figure spirit animal, the good people at Visualy broke down some of the most well-known celebrities' personality types, each one classified on the 16 …

HugeDomains.com - TotalWellnessToday.com is for sale (Total Wellness Today)

Hurry - once it's sold this opportunity will be gone!<p>Besides being memorable, .com domains are unique: This is the one and only .com name of it's …

Mount Sinai researchers collaborate on COPD app with BioTime mHealth subsidiary

Less than one year after BioTime subsidiary LifeMap Sciences spun off a mobile health company, LifeMap Solutions has embarked on a pilot study of its …

Healthcare Predictions for 2015

Health care is achieved by taking the services health care practitioners for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, management of illness and …

New biosensor chip could change the game for wearables

On display at HIMSS15 in two weeks, Vital Connect's new VitalCore processor could make small, bandage-sized sensors ubiquitous in hospitals and …

Health

Apple and IBM Unveil Four Enterprise Healthcare Apps | HIStalk Connect

In July 2014, Apple and IBM announced a new partnership under which the pair would co-develop apps for the enterprise market. The goal of the …

How Advancements in Technology Are Transforming Healthcare | The Makegood

Wearables are turning our daily health routines into a game, simultaneously making it easier for us to track and share our health data. It’s the next …

Telemedicine: The Biggest Digital Health Trend of 2015 (Here's Why)

Last year saw exponential growth for the digital health market with funding in the first three quarters alone surpassing $5 billion, according to</i> …

How to separate wheat from chaff in the diabetes mHealth onslaught

Connected devices and applications that monitor patient health are critical drivers increasing the personalization of medicine. They put patients in …

Here's how health apps could expose all sorts of new information about you

Mobile health systems are becoming more and more commonplace and now watchdogs and advocates alike are questioning how safe these apps are. Lawyer Steven Roosa wrote a detailed look at the health app ecosystem for the International Association of Privacy Professionals. In it, he precisely what …

Apps

Is the Time Right for You to Provide Telepsychiatric Services?

Several recent articles in <i>Psychiatry Advisor</i> addressed the potential benefits of telepsychiatric services: John Fortney, PhD, discussed the clinical …

Telepsychiatry in Action: One Woman’s Story

Karen Renken’s telephone and computer are her lifelines. They allow her to contact her psychiatrist during tumultuous times when she's too anxious to …

Telemedicine Can Cut Health Care Costs by 90%

If you’ve not yet heard of telemedicine or think that it’s not a great way to deliver quality health care, you may want to read this. Telemedicine, made possible by the availability of mobile networks, is revolutionizing health care. But not in the U.S.<p>You have to look to India, where telemedicine …

The Future of Remote Patient Monitoring

Posted on Jun 4, 2012<p>My favorite part of public speaking is that point in the monologue I call the “ah-ha!” moment. This is when I’ve captured the …

Xerox makes strategic investment in kiosk company HealthSpot

Dublin, Ohio-based HealthSpot, which offers telemedicine kiosks for workplace and retail locations, has raised an undisclosed sum from Xerox. The …

Digital Health

MDLive acquires virtual therapy visits provider Breakthrough Behavioral

Sunrise, Florida-based MDLive, which offers telehealth services including patient-to-physician remote visits via mobile devices, has acquired online …

Digital Health

Cue raises $7.5M for smartphone-enabled lab tests

San Diego, California-based Cue, not to be confused with <b>fertility tracker company Clue</b>, raised $7.5 million in a round led by SherpaVentures with …

Ex-Apple CEO convinced that Telehealth is next big opportunity

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Prediction: Health wearables to save 1.3 million lives by 2020

Smart wearable devices may help save 1.3 million lives by 2020, according to a prediction made by Switzerland-based firm Soreon Research. According …

Doctor on Demand wants you to skip the ER visit for a video chat on your phone

Nobody plans to get sick, but nabbing a doctor’s appointment on short notice is nearly impossible. Many people end up languishing in the Emergency …

Telemedicine Consultations and Wearable Tech Sales to Escalate in 2015

The number of doctor-patient video consultations in the United States will almost triple over the next year, according to research from Parks …

3 Things Telemedicine Needs to Succeed in 2015

Numerous research analysts have been predicting that 2015 will see a huge increase in the integration of telemedicine.<p>Research firm Kalorama …

Telemedicine: Doctor Visits via Video Calls

One night last fall, Beth Ferrin’s 9-year-old son came home with a swollen throat and fever. It was after dinner, so she flipped open her laptop and …