Does menu labeling cause consumers to make healthier choices? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration thinks so. A few weeks ago, the FDA finalized two regulations that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act mandated in 2010. The announcement issued on November 25, 2014 requires calorie information be listed on…more.
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A Proper Diagnosis Shouldn’t Require a Doctor Scavenger Hunt. Here Are Tips to Help Your Doctor Find an Answer
Have you or someone you know been passed from doctor to doctor without a resulting diagnosis? According to Tufts University School of Medicine, the prevalence of undiagnosed diseases is significant, even for common chronic diseases. A disease as common as depression, which is estimated to effect two to four percent…more.
Last Thursday, Uber test ran a new concept that added wellness to its mission of evolving the way the world moves. Along with making cities more accessible, Uber made health care more accessible with flu shot deliveries. Currently, we know of no other companies delivering vaccines upon request like Uber,…more.
How New Apps and Technology Create a New Central Nervous System for MS Patients: A Look at the Current State of Online Disease Management
By Vanessa Merta, Science Blogger With over two million people suffering from multiple sclerosis and a cure for the debilitating autoimmune disease remaining illusive, patients are using new technologies to improve how they manage the disease. By leveraging web-based technologies and smart phones, patients have new weapons to improve their…more.