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National Institutes of Health Launches Research Program to Address Surgical Disparities

On April 18, the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), announced the launch of an initiative to support research to better understand and address disparities in surgical care and outcomes for disadvantaged populations.

Beat Bloating: 5 Daily Ayurvedic Tricks for Better Digestion

21 hours agoFitness / Yoga : Yoga Journal

There’s more to gut health than what we put on our plates. Health coach Robyn Youkilis shares Ayurvedic tips to transform the way you cook, eat, and digest. The post Beat Bloating: 5 Daily Ayurvedic Tricks for Better Digestion appeared first on Yoga Journal.

The Government Looks For Some Senior Execs For The Aust. Digital Health Authority. Some Hopeful Signs!

These advertisements appeared a few days ago.Australian Digital Health AgencyThe Commonwealth of Australia (Commonwealth) acting through the Department of Health (the Department) is responsible for better health and wellbeing for all Australians. Show More Summary

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Rob Butler Builds Maestro Health To Orchestrate A Better Health Benefits Customer Experience

Rob Butler, Founder and CEO, Meastro health A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape: Rob Butler, Founder and CEO, Maestro Health. Rob Butler never planned to be an entrepreneur. Growing up near Peoria, Ill., Butler enjoyed a happy American childhood – his dad was a high [...]

Ocean views linked to better mental health

Here's another reason to start saving for that beach house: new research suggests that residents with a view of the water are less stressed.

Why Weight Loss Doesn’t Promise Happiness

There are any number of amazing reasons to lose weight that will offer incredible benefits in the long- and short-term. You’ll be in better overall health. It’s very probable that you’ll live longer and have more vitality in those years—particularly if getting in shape was part of your weight loss strategy. You’ll enjoy more energy […]

Spring Into Better Health: The Freezer Edition

“Thinking about what is in the bottom of your freezer and what year it was frozen can be overwhelming,” says Amanda Leisenheimer, registered dietitian at Mayo Clinic Health System. “While freezing foods helps prolong the shelf life, frozen food can still expire. It’s important to go through your freezer at least once a year and […]

From Today, iOS Health Apps Get Way Better

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Last month Apple announced its new CareKit platform o help developers build more useful health apps. Now it’s finally launched the software for developers to use—along with rolling out the first apps to make use of it. Read more...

Apple Launches CareKit Platform With Support for Four Health Apps

Apple's new CareKit iOS framework goes live today, allowing app developers to create integrated software that helps patients and doctors to better track and manage medical conditions. The open source platform was announced last month...Show More Summary

Apple open-sources CareKit to help us better understand our health

Forget the iPhone SE and the smaller iPad Pro: Apple's biggest surprise at its most recent keynote might have been CareKit, a software framework meant to help iOS users more easily monitor and manage their illnesses. Some of you might...Show More Summary

Spring Into Better Health: Refrigerator Edition

Oftentimes, food items can expire in the refrigerator or may get stuck in the far back corner, resulting in forgotten, potentially expired items. Sometimes, food spills and sticks cause refrigerators to look more like a science project than a storage place for food. “First, throw away any food that may be questionable. Most canned items […]

Faith-based health promotion program successful with older Latinas

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- A culturally sensitive lifestyle intervention showed promise at motivating Latinas living in the U.S. to eat better and exercise more by connecting healthy-living behaviors with the lives of saints and prominent religious figures, new studies found. read more

Leading nutrition experts speak up about malnutrition

Philadelphia, PA, April 27, 2016 - As we better understand the role food plays in our overall health and wellbeing, the closer the connection becomes between nutrition and medicine. Malnutrition is a critical public health problem, affecting many people across the United States and around the world. Show More Summary

Dog walking seniors are healthier — but think hard before buying grandpa a puppy

6 days agoHealth : The Checkup

A new study found that older Americans who walked their dogs had better physical health, but it's not clear whether the pooches are the reason.

Spring Into Better Health: The Pantry Edition

With spring often comes spring cleaning. You may have a chance to clean your house inside and out. However, what about your pantry? How often do you clean your pantry? If you’re trying to lose weight or adopt a healthy lifestyle, consider these questions. “There are many reasons to consider cleaning out your pantry,” says […]

Naya Health raises $3.9 million to build a better breast pump

Redwood City-based Naya Health has raised $3.9 million in seed funding to make a breast pump that is sleeker, quieter and more comfortable for moms than the devices already on the market. Investors co-leading the round were Tandem Capital and Bojiang Capital, who were joined by S-Cubed Capital, Astia Angels, Stanford’s StartX and individual angels. Show More Summary

Diane Kruger Quit Drinking for Six Weeks & 'Never Looked Better'

Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson stop by a dry cleaner to grab their clothes on Sunday (April 24) in Los Angeles. The actress recently opened up in a blog post for The New Potato, where she answered a series of questions about health and well being. Diane discussed how she quit drinking for six weeks [...]

Machine Learning is as Good or Better Than Humans at Detecting Cancer

by Angela Guess ScienceDaily reports, “Machine learning has come of age in public health reporting according to researchers from the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Show More Summary

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