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Algorithm matches human cardiologists in detecting heart attacks - MIT Technology Review
Medical data tends to be messy and hard to annotate, which makes it hard for neural networks to learn from. But machine learning is beginning to make progress.
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13 days ago by odajay
Materials Offer a Key to Innovative Applications for Home-Health Trends - Core77
Consumers are increasingly being expected to have a greater role in "healing thyself." Shorter hospital stays, fewer instances of clinician-administered medication, and more do-it-yourself cases of in-home care drive the need for innovative home-healthcare devices. The implications are many – not only for sis, dad and grandma – but also for healthcare brand owners, pharmaceutical packaging producers, medical device designers and related materials suppliers.
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13 days ago by odajay
Best Books for Medical Students (308 books) | Goodreads
308 books based on 379 votes: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande, When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, Complication...
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14 days ago by odajay
Medicine and Literature (1330 books) | Goodreads
1,330 books based on 1677 votes: Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, The Ma...
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14 days ago by odajay
Why Curie’s no Einstein: A subtle gender bias in science | Ars Technica
People more likely to call males by their last name, tie prestige to doing so.
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16 days ago by odajay
Tomorrow’s surgeons are learning by doing in VR - MIT Technology Review
Virtual-reality training platforms are expanding into some of America’s top medical residency programs.
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16 days ago by odajay
Muscular dystrophy could be the next disease to get whacked by gene therapy - MIT Technology Review
Four boys have received a gene-replacement treatment for muscular dystrophy, and it’s stoking hopes that scientists will cure this disease for good.
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16 days ago by odajay
Basic income could work—if you do it Canada-style - MIT Technology Review
A Canadian province is giving people money with no strings attached—revealing both the appeal and the limitations of the idea.
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16 days ago by odajay
Getting Doctors to Make Better Decisions Will Take More than Money and Nudges
Health care leaders need to pay attention to organizational culture too.
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16 days ago by odajay
What’s Holding Women in Medicine Back from Leadership
And what hospitals and medical schools can do to help.
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16 days ago by odajay
Is This the Hospital That Will Finally Push the Expensive U.S. Health Care System to Innovate?
Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI) offers first-rate care for 25-40% of U.S. prices.
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16 days ago by odajay
A Life-Saving Checklist | The New Yorker
Peter Pronovost is hardly the first person in medicine to use a checklist. But he is among the first to recognize its power to transform intensive care. Atul Gawande explains.
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16 days ago by odajay
Atul Gawande picked as CEO of Amazon, Berkshire health care company
Atul Gawande, the surgeon and author, has been selected to lead the health-care venture from Amazon, J.P. Morgan, and Berkshire Hathaway.
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16 days ago by odajay
This nonprofit is the MacGyver of tough problems in war zones
Field Ready, a San Francisco nonprofit comes up with ingenious solutions to the toughest problems in countries like Syria.
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16 days ago by odajay
Made By Made | Line Icons – Health by Made by Made - Dribbble
Great work from a designer in the Dribbble community; your best resource to discover and connect with designers worldwide.
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16 days ago by odajay
Manuel Herz Architects plans S-shaped extension to Senegalese hospital
Swiss studio Manuel Herz Architects has unveiled plans to extend Tambacounda Hospital in Senegal, with a snaking building featuring perforated brick walls.
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16 days ago by odajay
Steelcase Health Deconstructs Surround: A Flexible Seating System for Hospital Guests - Design Milk
For this Deconstruction, Steelcase Health designer Ryan Ramos shares the design process and how the Surround hospital guest seating system came to be.
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16 days ago by odajay
Why doctors should subscribe to patients
Electronic medical records were supposed to revolutionize medicine. Instead they’ve been a nightmare for doctors. It’s time they undergo the same UX transformation that has remade travel, retail, and entertainment, writes a research team from the University of Pennsylvania.
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16 days ago by odajay
Once Upon A Time: Using Story Structure For Better Engagement — Smashing Magazine
From campfires to books to advertisements to film, stories have a power over us that no other human invention can wield. They calm us, thrill us, enthrall us and send us running back to the box office for another hit.
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16 days ago by odajay
Forget deliveries—this firm wants to bring a grocery store to your driveway | Ars Technica
"It's not a delivery vehicle, it's an autonomous store on wheels," CEO tells Ars.
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18 days ago by odajay
Grim look at Civil War surgery unearthed by new pit of limbs, bodies | Ars Technica
The saw cuts and bullets embedded in bone reveal suffering and medical choices.
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24 days ago by odajay
Instagram Launches New 'IGTV' Video Hub for Longer-Form Content [Updated] - Mac Rumors
Instagram today announced the launch of IGTV, a new video streaming service that's designed to compete with YouTube. The news was shared during a...
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25 days ago by odajay
How Apple's iPhone, iOS 12, and RapidSOS could save your life in an emergency
The United States' 911 service is in its 50th year, and has saved countless lives over the last half-century. AppleInsider digs deeper into Monday's reveal that iPhones on iOS 12 will provide a wealth of data allowing emergency services to respond much faster after a 911 call.
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27 days ago by odajay
Fed-up AMA doctors overwhelmingly support gun restrictions in sweeping votes | Ars Technica
They voted to support assault weapon bans, minimum buying age, and closing loopholes.
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4 weeks ago by odajay
5 Methods to Develop Your Online Presence (for Researchers) | AJE | American Journal Experts
Here are 5 ways researchers can use online sites like LinkedIn and ResearchGate to highlight information about their research that they want others to see.
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4 weeks ago by odajay
Nanobots kill off cancerous tumours as fiction becomes reality
Researchers inject tiny devices into the bloodstream to deliver drugs with precision
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4 weeks ago by odajay
Take Control — Center for Humane Technology
Try keeping your home screen to tools only.

Do you open apps mindlessly because they are the first thing you see when you unlock your phone?

Limit your first page of apps to just tools–the apps you use for quick in-and-out tasks like Maps, Camera, Calendar, Notes, or Lyft. Move the rest of your apps, especially
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5 weeks ago by odajay
How Early Is Too Early To Get A Colon Screening? | FiveThirtyEight
Last week, the American Cancer Society published new guidelines that call for colorectal cancer screening to begin at age 45 — five years earlier than the grou…
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How California’s architecture became the world’s craziest
“If you saw a giant ice cream cone, you knew ice cream is up ahead.”
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One in every five deaths in young adults is opioid-related in the United States: study
News Releases - St. Michael's Hospital Media Relations, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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6 weeks ago by odajay
A student engineer saved a man's life mid-flight using a ballpoint pen - INSIDER
If you suddenly fall ill on a long-haul flight, you're probably hoping there is a doctor onboard. However, perhaps you should keep your eyes peeled for engineers instead.
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6 weeks ago by odajay
Benedict Cumberbatch hailed 'hero' after fending off four men attacking Deliveroo cyclist, Entertainment News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
The British actor confronted several men who allegedly tried to rob a food delivery man in London. . Read more at straitstimes.com.
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6 weeks ago by odajay
Another AI-powered device gets the FDA’s blessing - MIT Technology Review
In an ongoing effort to get more AI into healthcare, the FDA just approved the marketing of an algorithm that detects wrist fractures.
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6 weeks ago by odajay
Do Most Hospitals Benefit from Directly Employing Physicians?
It’s time for health systems to rethink their strategy around physician groups.
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6 weeks ago by odajay
A Clinic and Research Lab Designed to Make the Patient Experience Pleasant and Comprehensible - Core77
Has anyone ever thought of the hospital or doctor's office experience as pleasant, easy and comprehensive? Probably not. Does your doctor's office or local hospital look anything like this? Or this? Or this? Probably not. Let's face it—medical spaces need a facelift, from furnishings to digital screens to the
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6 weeks ago by odajay
How To Deliver A Successful UX Project In The Healthcare Sector — Smashing Magazine
UX researchers can learn a lot from hospital patients through empathetic interviews — but that alone is not enough. Instead, you need to pay particular attention to how your users’ clinical context influences their perceptions, trust, and the care they receive.
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6 weeks ago by odajay
Watchtower of Turkey on Vimeo
Over than 3500 km traveled in 20 days, capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia, the all passing by a great variation…
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8 weeks ago by odajay

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