Week in Review
Top highlights include: Discovery of a new HIV strain, Google to acquire Fitbit, how to stay healthy while traveling during the holidays, and how a rare mutation protected a woman from developing Alzheimer’s.
Top highlights include: a new high-tech product may pose a threat to the classic stethoscope, bedtime might be the best time for blood pressure medications, food can help control chronic health conditions, and you may have had a silent heart attack that you didn’t know about.
Top highlights include: scientists continue to investigate mysterious vaping illnesses, a possible vaccine for breast cancer could be available in less than a decade, and determining if patients are sick from the flu or from vaping.
Top highlights include: Chemicals in tap water could be extremely dangerous, Amazon launches a virtual medical clinic for employees, truth about Biotin, and information on vaccine schedule for babies.
Top highlights include: A new method for flu vaccinations, effectiveness of hand sanitizer, 9 things that could be effecting your metabolism, and how to best equip your child with ADHD for school.
Top highlights include: genes tied to left-handedness, information on vaping-linked disease, Mayo Clinic’s new partnership with Google, and three causes of physician burnout.
Top highlights include: mainstay treatment for mild Asthma, what to know about deadly mosquito-born illness, dog owners might have healthier hearts, and the limitations of research on CBD.
Top highlights include: Stanford developed wireless sensors for health, new breast cancer guidelines, telerehab, and discussions around the effectiveness of zinc for the common cold.