Minding your health has never been easier, from a wearable that tracks sun exposure to waiting rooms that are fun to hang out in. The honorees for the health category of the 2016 Innovation by Design vary
Even as the Affordable Care Act remains a political flash point, new research shows it is dramatically improving poor patients' access to medical care in states that have used the law to expand their safety
The human microbiome — meaning all of our microbes’ genes — will reshape the consumerization of personalized medicine and diet. Following the human genome project, technological advancements have brought
The CEO of a major hospital is confirming that Apple’s health team has made yet another secretive hire: Rajiv Kumar, a top doctor who specializes in treating kids with diabetes. Kumar made headlines in
There's arguably no scarier diagnosis for a patient to hear than cancer, which is a large reason why oncology is one of the most researched therapeutic indications by today's drugmakers. In 2014, per Health,
An avalanche of unnecessary medical care is harming patients physically and financially. What can we do about it? It was lunchtime before my afternoon surgery clinic, which meant that I was at my desk,
In the digital world, the three startup growth mantras we hear are, “move fast and break things,” “release products early and often,” and “sales overcome all problems.” They’ve become accepted truths.
Basic health care doesn’t have to be expensive. New research, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, found that we could expand health care for mothers, infants, and children in low- and middle-income
Aaron Harvey is using his digital know-how to build awareness of Pure OCD. It started when I was 13 years old. My mom was throwing a party and called us inside from playing basketball to join the fun.
Another one bites the dust. That is, another Silicon Valley firm has reconsidered its on-demand contractors. Honor, a startup that provides home care for seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area (and recently