Healthy Eating Under Quarantine

Up until last month you were probably eating an average of six meals a week in restaurants. That sounds like a lot, but if you are getting takeout for lunch on work days and going out to eat on Friday night, it’s not really that excessive. Now thanks to the novel coronavirus people are not […]

Digital Therapeutics – Software Powered Medicine

There was a time when patients with certain maladies had no hope of treatment to ease their symptoms. Thanks to advances in technology, many things that were once considered untreatable have had remarkable breakthroughs in treatments, and many of those treatments work by combining existing technologies into new combinations to create unique treatments. The result […]

12 Tips To Increase Your Health And Happiness In The Home

Leading a healthy lifestyle can be difficult. It means being intentional about what you’re eating and creating a workout routine you’re able to maintain. It means maintaining a work-life balance and connecting with those you care about. This is hard enough by itself, but when your plans change or something unexpected happens, this healthy pattern […]

11 Research-Backed Natural Remedies For Motion Sickness

Motion sickness might not be a real disease, but it can certainly seem that way when you’re in the middle of a bad bout of travel nausea with hours left to go in a trip. There are lots of preventative medicines that promise to cure motion sickness, but did you know there are also plenty […]

Three Major Trends In The Healthcare Industry

Humanity’s drive to create better healthcare services is neverending. As such, there’s an endless stream of new technology and trends that continue to shape the healthcare industry. Here’s a quick look at the biggest trends that are making waves now. Advancing American Kidney Health The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently launched […]

The Future Of Hospital Supply Chain Management

Last year a third of the $3.8 trillion in total healthcare spending was on hospital expenditures. Over the coming decade hospital spending is expected to rise by 5.7% each year, putting the squeeze on hospitals. Hospital profit margins are already tight – 1.8% for for-profit hospitals and 2.7% for nonprofit hospitals – which is causing […]

Study Stress: 15 Things You Need To Know

Stress and anxiety are among the most common problems that students from all over the world face. In this post, we’ll share important information on the different types and various symptoms of stress. Studying at college can be both exciting and very stressful. Freshmen can feel enthusiastic about how their lives have changed with the […]

Are We Ever Going to Get Rid of Smoking?

With more than 10 million cigarettes sold every minute worldwide, it is easy to see that smoking has a powerful presence in today’s society. At the same time, relevant studies tell us that general tobacco use is in a steady decline.

How Eating Plants Improves Health & Reduces Disease

Within the last decade, 75% of Americans have made changes in their diet to be healthier. Last year, 125 million Americans followed a diet plan: 12% Ketogenic, low-carb, or high fat, 6% Vegetarian, Vegan, or Flexitarian, 5% Mediterranean, Paleo, Whole30, or plant-based. Although few Americans are strictly plant-based, nearly 1 in 3 eat plant-based protein […]

Cutting Costs Of Post-Acute Care

As baby boomers reach retirement age, the healthcare system is feeling the strain. Acute care and nursing homes are hit especially hard by rising costs and staff shortages. By 2026, the long-term care market in the United States will reach $737 billion by some estimates.   In 2018 there were 52 million people in the […]