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    5 Technologies Making Their Way Into Modern Clinics

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    As physicians continue to experience increasing demand for their time, opportunity for technology adoption continues to flourish. Here are five types of medical technologies that are making their way into modern clinics, helping physicians to work smarter, faster, and with greater efficiency. Patient Data Management It’s not uncommon for patients...

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    AI at the Heart of Clinical Cloud-Based Learning

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    In a leap toward the integration of AI and machine learning into the healthcare field, the FDA has approved Arterys’s medical imaging platform for use in a clinical setting. As Bernard Marr tells Forbes, this is the first approval of its kind, and sets the stage for more cutting-edge technology...

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    A Year of Lessons Learned in Digital Health

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    With all forward movement comes a stumbling block or two—a pattern we’ve witnessed aplenty in 2016. But from every stumble arises the chance to learn and evolve. Here are the top four lessons learned in the field of digital health in 2016, according to John Nosta. Innovation vs Reality In...

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    Babies should Consume Peanuts to Prevent Allergy

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    New guidelines issued by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommends that most babies should regularly consume peanuts starting around 6 months of age, some as early as 4 months. Although parents are still fearful of peanuts, the recommendations are based on research that discovered early exposure to peanuts is...

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    Are Extra Fluids Really the Cure?

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    Drink lots of fluids!” says every mom to their sick child, and for good reason; Health Canada lists “fluids” as a treatment for mild flu symptoms, while the Kidney Foundation of Canada recommends about six glasses per day for the treatment of a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). However, research shows...

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