Health

Renew Your Resolve: Week 5 Day 1

Always wanted to try an exciting new activity, but just not sure where to start? We’re trying out the latest, greatest sports and activities for you and reporting back with our findings, so you know exactly what to expect when trying something for the first time. We tried everything from parkour to trail running and learned the basics straight from …

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7 Challenges Faced By Medical Practices in EHR Implementation

Computer, Business, Office, Technology

Jan29 7 Challenges Faced By Medical Practices in EHR Implementation The implementation of electronic health record (EHR) is not a new thing in the industry. The digital wave has completely transformed the way medical records were maintaining before and now. With increased demand for efficiency and faster solutions, more and more medical practices are embracing EHR to simplify and organize …

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Too Much Screen Time Can Have Lasting Consequences for Young Children’s Brains

Growing data suggests that exposing young children to too much time in front of a TV or computer can have negative effects on their development, including issues with memory, attention and language skills. In the latest look at the topic, researchers report in JAMA Pediatrics that more screen time is linked to poorer progress on key developmental measures such as …

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5 Things Healthcare Organizations Need to Know about Triggering a Duress Alert

Rom Eizenberg

Jan28 5 Things Healthcare Organizations Need to Know about Triggering a Duress Alert By Rom Eizenberg, vice president, Bluvision segment of the identification technologies business within HID Global. Rom Eizenberg A doctor or a nurse can find themselves under duress in an instant. A patient unexpectedly attacks a doctor in a room. A nurse, who is leaving her shift at …

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It’s Going to Feel Like 50 Below in the Midwest. Here’s what the Does to Your Body

Parts of the Midwest are bracing for their coldest temperatures in decades this week, with Tuesday night conditions predicted to feel like 50 degrees below zero or colder in areas of the Dakotas, Minnesota and Iowa, according to AccuWeather. Temperatures in Chicago are also predicted to dip below negative 25 for the first time since the mid-1980s, AccuWeather says. Health …

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Motivation with Alison Mariella Désir

Always wanted to try an exciting new activity, but just not sure where to start? We’re trying out the latest, greatest sports and activities for you and reporting back with our findings, so you know exactly what to expect when trying something for the first time. We tried everything from parkour to trail running and learned the basics straight from …

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Science-Backed Reasons to Ditch the Pill

Science Backed Reasons to Ditch the Pill (& What to Do Instead) with Dr. Jolene Brighten

226: Science-Backed Reasons to Ditch the Pill (& What to Do Instead) With Dr. Jolene Brighten &nbsp Dr. Jolene Brighten is back on the podcast today and she’s here to talk about a huge topic that affects so many women. If you don’t know her from previous podcasts, she is a Functional Medicine Naturopathic Medical Doctor and the Founder of …

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