How watching soccer might affect your health; Scientists create a healthy diet with ultra-processed foods; Vitamin D may lower risk of inflammatory diseases - Morning Medical Update
The top news stories in primary care today.
Artificial intelligence adding to business threats: a slideshow
Federal experts cite survey of expert predictions in new report.
American Telemedicine Association - Time for changes, but not quickly
An overview of the legislative process to change American telehealth law.
In-N-Out Burger bans employees from wearing masks; East, southeast have the most Alzheimer’s cases; Link between brain and weight gain - Morning Medical Update
American Telemedicine Association - CONNECT for Health Act
Legislation in Congress could help physicians and patients use telemedicine.
Man’s brain “fried” in heat Arizona heat wave; Viral caffeinated drink causes concern; Why superagers have a sharper memory - Morning Medical Update
American Telemedicine Association - The telehealth landscape now
What is the status of telehealth after the COVID-19 pandemic?
Lollipop testers detect illness; Florida hospitals will now ask about immigration status; “Overweight” BMI not tied to higher risk of death - Morning Medical Update
American Telemedicine Association – An Introduction
Introducing the American Telemedicine Association.
New bionic implant allows control of all fingers; Google AI health chatbot passes U.S. medical exam; Tiktok doctor banned after live streaming surgeries - Morning Medical Update
How patients are using telemedicine
The different ways patients use telemedicine.
AI babies; Covid transmission between deer and humans; Sleep deprivation could ease depression - Morning Medical Update
Mental Health Q’s cut from MD licensing applications; Upgraded Lyme disease vaccine; Depression after brain injury may be separate - Morning Medical Update
Prosecutors seek death penalty for Florida doctor; Malaria cases up to 7 in U.S.; Air monitor that detects COVID - Morning Medical Update
Most kale contains “forever chemicals”; Alzheimer’s drug more accessible; How much heat can the human body stand? - Morning Medical Update
How other doctors are using social media to benefit their practice
Research findings on how medical practices use social media may come as a surprise to many.
Unwashed pillowcases have more bacteria than toilet seats; States keep legalizing unpasteurized milk; Spinal cord injury could harm immune system; - Morning Medical Update
40% of young women are iron deficient; Experimental probiotic could detoxify mercury; Is morning coffee a placebo? - Morning Medical Update
Health insurance rate is high, but so is medical debt
Commonwealth Fund lists 18 states where the largest percentage of the population has medical debt.
Potential baldness cure from hairy moles; Healthcare costs may rise 7% next year; AI may detect early dementia in speech patterns - Morning Medical Update
State health system performance: Nine that need help
Commonwealth Fund 2023 Scorecard ranks states, including those with relatively bad performances.
Torn ACL can heal itself; Living near green spaces could add 2.5 years; Medical Marijuana advertising ban may lift for PA doctors - Morning Medical Update
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State health system performance: A dozen doing things better
Commonwealth Fund’s 2023 scorecard ranks 50 states and District of Columbia.
Morning Medical Update: Wildfire smoke can cause more than 9,000 deaths yearly; First AI generated drug enters human trials; Your shopping cart may someday gauge your heart health
The Roaring 20s: A slideshow of America’s counties where median age is less than 30 years
U.S. Census Bureau figures show the graying of America, but some counties have populations at least half younger than 30.
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Morning Medical Update: Pickleball injuries could cost Americans $400 million a year; Vaccines for cancer treatment; Experimental weight loss drug could become market leader
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