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Neuroscience has experienced a bit of a shake-up in recent weeks. Neurologist Robert Burton released his new book "A Skeptical's Guide To The Mind" and, as the title suggests, he is questioning a lot of the work in this field.
New fitness devices and apps are popping up everywhere these days and are particularly popular in the San Francisco Bay Area. The fuzz about Google Glass might be just the beginning of a new era. Yet a lot of us don’t really know what to do with it and how to make use...
CrowdMed: revolutionizing healthcare by harnessing the wisdom of crowds' to help solve even the world's most difficult medical cases.
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At TEDMED 2013, UCSF Chancellor (@UCSFChancellor) Susan Desmond-Hellmann, MD discussed the need for patient engagement in our healthcare system.
I just came back from this year’s Innovations & Investments in Healthcare Summit in Berlin. Apart from being a fabulously organized event, many forward thinking physicians and industry representatives were present at the two-day program.
Google Glass undoubtedly is the most talked about device in recent years. How will it affect health care and the medical space?
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Games can make the world a better place, Jane McGonigal is convinced. At the Healthcare Experience Design conference in Boston last week she explained how she turned a painful recovery into a game.