A selection of online health related newspapers/magazines/newsletters/blogs/events
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DAILY! European Medical Journal
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The Immunology Daily
Twice Daily! | News from Focus on Disability
Daily! Above The Fold in Healthcare is out!
Daily! Brainless Blogger News
The Chronic pain Daily | Support from Coach Amber Rose
The brain and mental health voice is out! | selection by Valeria Duflot
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Digital Health Digest | 23 August 2018
NEWS | £412.5m allocated to STPs for provider digitisation
DIGITAL PATIENT | Push Doctor announces founder and CEO has stepped down
AI AND ANALYTICS | Sensyne Health plans to raise £60m through floating on London Stock Exchange
CLINICAL SOFTWARE | NHS Digital tests waters for new £450m GP IT framework
INTEROPERABILITY | Tech giants make interoperability pledge for US health data
FEATURE | The benefits of remote control at St Helens and Knowsley
FEATURE | Why we’re gathering around the NHS wireless at my GP practice
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Science X Newsletter | Aug 24 2018
Alzheimer’s one day may be predicted during eye exam
Washington University School of Medicine | August 23 2018 | DOI: 10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2018.3556
Kidney transplant recipients do not contract hepatitis C if receiving kidneys from donors with a history of hepatitis C
Loma Linda | University Adventist Health Sciences Center |
August 23 2018 | DOI: 10.1111/ajt.15031
Study offers clues on why sleepless nights can contribute to weight gain
Medical Xpress report | August 23 2018 | DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aar8590
Chronic inflammation can trigger cancers via newly discovered mechanism
by Nicholas Weiler | University of California, San Francisco | August 23 2018 | DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.aas9668
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Respect Yourself | Weekly digest for Respect Yourself | August 20 2018
Not forgiving makes you the prisoner | Source: Forgive and Forget: Healing the Hurts We Don’t Deserve @ goodreads
Holding on to grudges only hurts you | Source: Hurt people hurt people @ My So-Called Chaos: Life, love, and Everyday Insanity
Increase your sense of control in changes | Source: How to Handle Changes in Your Life @ wikiHow
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Wearables: This Season’s Must-Have Marketing Accessory
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Medical devices are generating real-world data on patient populations. Are marketers making the most of this opportunity?
‘Thanks to the exploding consumer wearables market we’ve become Fitbit-obsessed data bores, tweeting our latest 5K PBs, Instagraming our Strava cycling stats or Facebooking our lucky friends with a daily log of steps taken.’
‘The era of digital therapeutics offers great potential, in which data is gathered and the resulting insights are tailored to a specific user and a specific condition thus improving medication efficacy, symptom management, and reducing rehospitalization or ER visits..’
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Healthcare Dive: IT | Main headlines: Amazon hires Mass Gen cardiologist / One Medical gets $350M in funding | August 23 2018
- Amazon builds out healthcare team with hire of top cardiologist
- Maulik Majmudar helped to lead Mass General’s Healthcare Transformation Lab. His role at the e-commerce giant has not yet been disclosed.
- One Medical gets up to $350M infusion from The Carlyle Group
- The Alphabet-backed concierge medicine platform will use the funds to expand its U.S. footprint.
- Healthcare execs see Amazon as biggest disrupter
- Apple and Google were among those also feared, though Amazon held a giant lead in the survey, according to a report from Reaction Data.
- Mobile phones, smartphone apps could help boost patient matching, RAND report finds
- Facebook, NYU team up to use AI to accelerate MRI scans
- Health orgs aren’t fully following IT safety advice, survey finds
- Fitbit updates wearable line with health tracking features
- How TraceLink will use $93M in new funds to showcase benefits of serialization
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August 2018 Newsletter from Stress Resources | Pamela Ressler | August 2018
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Patient Newsletter | Subject: |Do you bruise like a peach? | 21 August 2018
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MedicineNet ~ Newsletter | Special: Eye on Health | 24 August 2018
|What Your Eye Symptoms Mean|
|Will your eye condition clear up, or is it a warning sign of a critical eye health issue? Learn about common eye symptoms, what they could mean, what you can do about them, and when to see your eye doctor.|
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News and Research from the NIHR | NIHR | 23 August 2018
This edition includes:
- New review of support for sex assault victims
- A look into the future of children’s research
- Healthcare in 2088
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A round up of research news and news from the NIHR. You’ll also find features that take a look behind the news, blogs from our experts, and the latest Journals Library publications and Dissemination Centre Signals.
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- Leicester goes global to support chronic lung disease sufferers
- NIHR Journals Library incorporates new guidelines for reporting involvement of patients and the public in trials
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Mayo Clinic Social Media Network | 20 August 2018
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Coping With Loss of the”Health Privilege” – Experts by Experience
MPR Outlines Deficiencies in CNN ‘Escape from Mayo Clinic’ Series
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Neuroscience Newsletter | 23 August 2018
Enjoy our latest Neuroscience News updates from the last 24 hours. You can read the full articles by clicking on the headlines or the links embedded in the summary.
|Baby Poop May Be a Source of Beneficial Probiotics|
Researchers have developed a probiotic ‘cocktail’ from gut bacteria found in infant feces. They say the ‘cocktail’ could help to increase the body’s ability to produce short chain fatty acids. The probiotic could be used to help those suffering from cancers, autoimmune disorders, obesity, diabetes and other disorders which limit the ability of the body to produce SCFAs naturally.
|Ant-y Social: Ant Study Reveals Evolutionary Benefits of Group Living|
A new study of ant populations reveals group living confers immediate benefits, even among genetically identical individuals. The study revealed larger groups produced more offspring and greater stability than smaller groups. The study may shed new light on the evolution of social behavior.
|Alzheimer’s May Soon Be Predicted During Eye Exams|
According to researchers, it may soon be possible to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease during a simple eye exam. The study reports those with elevated amyloid and tau levels have significant thinning at the center of the retina.
|Movement Control: How the Brain Responds to Unexpected Situations|
Researchers report the motor cortex is only essential for motor control when movements are executed in response to unexpected sensory feedback.
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Psychiatry Advisor’s Daily Updates | Featuring: Antipsychotics Adversely Affect Adiposity and Insulin Sensitivity in Youths | August 23 2018
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- Antipsychotics Adversely Affect Adiposity and Insulin Sensitivity in Youths
- Examining Whether Adjunctive Glutamatergic Medication Further Eases OCD Symptoms
- Symptoms of Anxiety, Depression Differ Depending on Gender, Race, Ethnicity
- FDA Permits Marketing of Brain Stimulation Device for OCD
- Know Before You Go: Practicing Medicine Abroad
- How to Discuss Morally Charged Topics With Medical Students
- Psych Screening Beneficial in Pediatric Abdominal Pain
- Methylphenidate Good First-Choice Pediatric ADHD Drug
- Healthcare Community Should Favor More Restrictive Alcohol Policies
- Abuse-Deterrent Opioid Formulations: Barriers to Broader Use
- Steps Provided for Discharging Patients From Practice
- ACA Coverage Gains Include Workers Without Insurance
Pediatric Anxiety Disorders: A Comprehensive Overview
Predicting Quetiapine Response in Adolescent Bipolar Depression
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Arthritis Action eNews | Despina Koniordou | August 2018
Meet Ruth Smith, who joined Arthritis Action in August, as the new Area Coordinator for the Midlands and the North of England. Ruth will be playing a key role in helping Arthritis Action set up more Groups in the region, bringing local communities together, in the area.
Musculoskeletal Core Capabilities Framework – Education for healthcare professionals
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#ESHRE2018 Reviewed Inside: EMJ Reproductive Health 4.1 Out NOW!
European Medical Journal
Reproductive Health 4.12018
ESHRE 2018, Barcelona, Spain
Inside you will find…
Interviews with EMJ Reproductive Health Editorial Board
Feature: Uterine Microbiota: A Role Beyond Infection
by Signe Altmäe
Editor’s Pick: Children After Cancer? Meeting Male Patients’ Fertility Needs During Cancer Care
by María Belén Herrero, Peter T.K. Chan
A Powerful and Universal Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis Protocol for Cystic Fibrosis
by Victoria Viart et al.
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POLYMYALGIA OR FIBROMYALGIA, WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?… |
When you have Polymyalgia Rheumatica you feel pain and stiffness in the muscles in your shoulders and upper arms (shoulder girdle) and hips (pelvic girdle). This feeling often comes after you’ve spent time resting, and is most severe upon awakening from sleep.
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“Remove Negative Thoughts & Subconscious Blockages” Meditation Music for Positive Energy
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