High-Impact Exercise to Prevent Osteoporosis in Men

  Research from the Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia College of Human Environmental Sciences suggests that man who engage in high-impact physical activity and resistance training as teens and young adults are likely to have greater bone density by middle age. This greater bone density helps to stave off … More High-Impact Exercise to Prevent Osteoporosis in Men

Medelinked – Manage Your Health and Connect with Your Healthcare Network

With the digital revolution driving the NHS to increase its use of mobile technologies and become paperless by 2020, there has never been a better time to move your healthcare online. Going online can enable you to take responsibility for your health and that of your family and become an active member of your health support network, … More Medelinked – Manage Your Health and Connect with Your Healthcare Network

mHealth Monitoring in Behavioural Health Care

Wearable technology is expected to be used in order learn more about the recurrence of mood disorders. The approach, run by Massachusetts General Hospital and its patient-driven research network, the MoodNetwork, will use wearable technology that monitors patient’s voices, text and call patterns in order to predict the recurrence of depression and mania. The approach … More mHealth Monitoring in Behavioural Health Care

Cloud Based Technology: Keeping Up With The Doctor

Doctors are becoming frustrated and overwhelmed with time spent on clinical documentation and how it is cutting into patient care. Here are some surprising figures: 43% of a doctor’s workday is spent on data entry 4,000 clicks are performed for an average day of documentation 7.2 million words are documented by a single doctor in just … More Cloud Based Technology: Keeping Up With The Doctor

Air Pollution Claiming 40,000 UK Lives a Year

A report from the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal college of Paediatrics and Child Health has suggested that air pollution both inside and outside the home causes atleast 40,000 deaths a year in the UK, estimating the cost of the damage at £20bn. Read the full article at The Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/feb/22/indoor-and-outdoor-air-pollution-claiming-at-least-40000-uk-lives-a-year

Should Patients Own Their Medical Data?

An article published in the journal Nature Biotechnology proposes that in order for the benefits of digital medicine to be fully utilised, personal health data should belong to a shared database in which patients have access to their own records. Find out why at Dacadoo: https://blog.dacadoo.com/blog/2015/09/15/should-patients-own-their-own-medical-data/?utm_content=buffera5668&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Healthcare Revolution: Provider to Patient

How Philips Personal Health Solutions are empowering the individual. The digital revolution in healthcare services has led to healthcare providers becoming inundated with data and are struggling to use them in effective ways to improve the health of their patients. Philips Personal Health Solutions seeks to help providers work with patients in order to make … More Healthcare Revolution: Provider to Patient

Go Organic for Optimum Health Benefits

Research funded by the European Community suggests that organic meat and milk could offer more health benefits than their non-organic counterparts. It was found that organic milk was found to contain more omega-3 fatty acids (an essential component for heart health), higher in iron and vitamin E, and lower in iodine and selenium. Read more … More Go Organic for Optimum Health Benefits