Tag Archives: Helps

Exercise and Migraines: What Helps and Hurts

SOURCES: Nada Hindiyeh, MD, clinical assistant professor of neurology specializing in headache medicine, Stanford University. Urvish K. Patel, MD, research associate, Department of Neurology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York City. Cedric X. Bryant, PhD, president and chief science officer, American Council on Exercise, San Diego, CA. Mayo Clinic: “Aerobic exercise: Top… Read More »

EchoNous KOSMOS 3-in-1 Ultrasound, Electronic Stethoscope, and ECG Helps with COVID-19

EchoNous, a developer of novel ultrasounds, has found a way to leverage multiple critical clinical technologies within a single device. The result is KOSMOS, a handheld 3-in-1 device consisting of an ultrasound, electronic stethoscope, and an ECG, all linked via artificial technology. When COVID-19 was hitting NYC earlier this year, EchoNous was able to use… Read More »

Apervita’s NCQA approval helps health plans speed VBC analysis

Value-based care platform provider Apervita says it is the first company to be certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance for electronic clinical quality measures using a clinical quality language-based engine. The company’s newly certified CQL-based engine—based on HL7 logic standards that support both eCQMs and clinical decision support—can be adopted by healthcare organizations… Read More »

Study finds owning a puppy helps kids stay out of trouble

A new study has found that puppies can help children stay away from bad behaviour. The study, carried out by the University of Western Australia, shows that puppies can have beneficial effects on children’s social skills and help keep them out of trouble. UWA looked at the emotional wellbeing of over 1,600 children between the… Read More »

HHS guidance helps doctors conduct risk assessments

An updated Security Risk Assessment Tool aims to help providers and business associates identify risks to electronic protected heath information. The tool, created by the HHS Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information technology and the Office for Civil Rights, is designed for practices with up to 10 providers, along with their business associates,… Read More »

Review: This Japanese Facial Treatment Helps to Revive Stressed-Out Skin

Pamper your stressed-out skin, body and mind with this relaxing facial treatment by Three Rhythm Spa. It even includes a massage! Photo: domenicogelermo/123rf.com Designed for skin that is stressed out by the pressures of urban living and environmental stressors such as ultraviolet rays and pollution, the Three Signature Facial treatment is a zen-like retreat in… Read More »

Periodontist West Chester PA Helps Identify Warning Signs of Gum Disease

Periodontist West Chester PA provides warning signs of gum disease. Gum tissues bleed since it is dental (bacterial) plaque or biofilm, caused by inadequate daily oral hygiene practices. If you are facing a dilemma about contracting periodontal disease don’t wait until it’s too late. A Consultation with professional dentist will help you to come out… Read More »