• TEAM INVENTS PROBES TO WATCH NEURONS FIRE IN REAL TIME
  • Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing – Which Will Win?
  • Medical genomics: Gather and use genetic data in health care
  • The Google of Spit: The Story of 23andMe.com
  • Brain Control in a Flash of Light
  • 91 Percent of Americans Know Genetic Information Can Influence Their Health
  • AliveCor Heart Monitor, A Smartphone Powered ECG: Product Review
  • Mayo Clinic Leads the Way in Health Care Advice via Social Media
  • A new approach to nanoengineering the materials of the future
  • Gold nanoparticles help target breast cancer gene segments in a living cell
TEAM INVENTS PROBES TO WATCH NEURONS FIRE IN REAL TIME

TEAM INVENTS PROBES TO WATCH NEURONS FIRE IN REAL TIME

SOURCE STANFORD UNIVERSITYPosted by Amy Adams-Stanford on April 23, 2014 Two new tools are letting scientists see brain activity as it happens live. The probes involve proteins that light up as an electric current sweeps down the long tendrils that link nerves together. The scientists can insert these proteins into a specific group of more »

Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing – Which Will Win?

Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing – Which Will Win?

SOURCE April 21, 2014 Which will it be? Will we regenerate organs using stem cells and switching on genes to rebuild diseased or damaged organs? Or will we take a patients own cells and bio-print organs using 3D printers? Both technologies are showing promise based on recent reports. Regenerative Technological more »

Medical genomics: Gather and use genetic data in health care

Medical genomics: Gather and use genetic data in health care

Illustration by Pete Ellis/www.drawgood.com SOURCE 23 April 2014 Research into how genetic variants can guide successful treatments must become part of routine medical practice and records, says Geoffrey Ginsburg. More and more people are getting their DNA sequenced. But the use of genetic data to inform medical decisions is lagging. more »

The Google of Spit: The Story of 23andMe.com

The Google of Spit: The Story of 23andMe.com

SOURCE April 23, 2014 Anne Wojcicki wants to bring health care into its sci-fi, Big Data era. First, she’ll need your DNA. Then comes vanquishing the FDA. ShareThis (Photo: Bobby Doherty/New York Magazine) When Eugenia Brin was young and still living in Moscow, her beloved aunt Serafima received a diagnosis more »

Brain Control in a Flash of Light

Brain Control in a Flash of Light

SOURCE April 23, 2014 A fiber optic system developed by Karl Deisseroth that can trigger activity within the brain of a free-moving mouse.CreditInbal Goshen and Karl Deisseroth   SAN DIEGO — Dr. Karl Deisseroth is having a very early breakfast before the day gets going at the annual meeting of more »

91 Percent of Americans Know Genetic Information Can Influence Their Health

91 Percent of Americans Know Genetic Information Can Influence Their Health

SOURCE April 23, 2014 23andMe Celebrates DNA Day with New Survey Results Showing Opportunity for Increased Genetics Education MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – April 23, 2014 –23andMe, the leading personal genetics company, is celebrating National DNA Day by taking an in-depth look at what Americans know about their DNA and how more »

AliveCor Heart Monitor, A Smartphone Powered ECG: Product Review

AliveCor Heart Monitor, A Smartphone Powered ECG: Product Review

SOURCE April 23, 2014 any mobile health gadgets today started off as modified fitness trackers, or simply already developed medical devices altered to be powered by a mobile phone.  It’s a booming industry that is exciting to follow, but sometimes products can seem repetitive. Recently, however, there have been a few companies that are truly changing more »

Mayo Clinic Leads the Way in Health Care Advice via Social Media

Mayo Clinic Leads the Way in Health Care Advice via Social Media

  SOURCE April 23, 2014 The results are in – Mayo Clinic is leading the charge when it comes to providing digital audiences with health care information and current wellness advice via social media. Several polls have been making the rounds, demonstrating just how strong their online reputation is. Mayo Clinic was more »

A new approach to nanoengineering the materials of the future

A new approach to nanoengineering the materials of the future

SOURCE April 23, 2014 (Nanowerk News) Some of the most interesting and fascinating electronic devices that will someday be available to consumers, from paper-thin computers to electronic fabric, will be the result of advanced materials designed by scientists. Indeed, some remarkable discoveries have already been made. To innovate further, scientists more »

Gold nanoparticles help target breast cancer gene segments in a living cell

Gold nanoparticles help target breast cancer gene segments in a living cell

SOURCE April 23, 2014 (Nanowerk News) Purdue University researchers have developed a way to detect and measure cancer levels in a living cell by using tiny gold particles with tails of synthetic DNA (“Quantitative imaging of single mRNA splice variants in living cells”). A team led by Joseph Irudayaraj, professor of more »

 

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The purpose of this website is to introduce both patients and healthcare professionals to the impact of the Internet on medicine and healthcare, by curating and organizing relevant articles in all fields of the digitalization of Medicine. (See i-NEWS section on Main Menu). Medical Apps and Medical Devices are examined, and internet technology and Patient Education are evaluated., for their places in all medical settings. The influence of the internet is shown in every Medical Specialty,, and improvements in Medical Education through the internet by showing the viewer the Top Patient Accredited Medical Information Websites, , the Best Medical Blogs, the top Medical Videos, and best Medical Podcasts. In addition to the latest-breaking Internet Medical News and Internet Medical Research News in all specialties are studied.. As Dr. Eric Topol of the Scripps Digital Medicine says, vast changes are occurring, now, due to the convergence of changes in technology. Medical Apps and Medical Devices are affecting many areas of of Medicine. Overall, the internet is changing all healthcare, from the use of Internet Technology in Hospital Administration in America to the use of iPhones to diagnose infectious disease in Africa

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AutoDesk and Organovo Join Forces to Design Human Organs

AutoDesk and Organovo Join Forces to Design Human Organs

    JANUARY 7TH, 2013 Last December, Organovo 3d Printing announced that they had partnered up with AutoDesk‘s Bio/Nano/Programmable Matter Research Group to develop CAD software that enables one to design, engineer and of course share 3D models of organs that can be printed. This is an incredible development that lends credibility to what was considered fiction more »

 
 

TEAM INVENTS PROBES TO WATCH NEURONS FIRE IN REAL TIME

TEAM INVENTS PROBES TO WATCH NEURONS FIRE IN REAL TIME

SOURCE STANFORD UNIVERSITYPosted by Amy Adams-Stanford on April 23, 2014 Two new tools are letting scientists see brain activity as it happens live. The probes involve proteins that light up as an electric current sweeps down the long tendrils that link nerves together. The scientists can insert these proteins into a specific group of more »

 
 

Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing – Which Will Win?

Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing – Which Will Win?

SOURCE April 21, 2014 Which will it be? Will we regenerate organs using stem cells and switching on genes to rebuild diseased or damaged organs? Or will we take a patients own cells and bio-print organs using 3D printers? Both technologies are showing promise based on recent reports. Regenerative Technological more »

 
 

Medical genomics: Gather and use genetic data in health care

Medical genomics: Gather and use genetic data in health care

Illustration by Pete Ellis/www.drawgood.com SOURCE 23 April 2014 Research into how genetic variants can guide successful treatments must become part of routine medical practice and records, says Geoffrey Ginsburg. More and more people are getting their DNA sequenced. But the use of genetic data to inform medical decisions is lagging. more »

 
 

The Google of Spit: The Story of 23andMe.com

The Google of Spit: The Story of 23andMe.com

SOURCE April 23, 2014 Anne Wojcicki wants to bring health care into its sci-fi, Big Data era. First, she’ll need your DNA. Then comes vanquishing the FDA. ShareThis (Photo: Bobby Doherty/New York Magazine) When Eugenia Brin was young and still living in Moscow, her beloved aunt Serafima received a diagnosis more »

 
 

Brain Control in a Flash of Light

Brain Control in a Flash of Light

SOURCE April 23, 2014 A fiber optic system developed by Karl Deisseroth that can trigger activity within the brain of a free-moving mouse.CreditInbal Goshen and Karl Deisseroth   SAN DIEGO — Dr. Karl Deisseroth is having a very early breakfast before the day gets going at the annual meeting of more »

 
 

91 Percent of Americans Know Genetic Information Can Influence Their Health

91 Percent of Americans Know Genetic Information Can Influence Their Health

SOURCE April 23, 2014 23andMe Celebrates DNA Day with New Survey Results Showing Opportunity for Increased Genetics Education MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – April 23, 2014 –23andMe, the leading personal genetics company, is celebrating National DNA Day by taking an in-depth look at what Americans know about their DNA and how more »

 
 

AliveCor Heart Monitor, A Smartphone Powered ECG: Product Review

AliveCor Heart Monitor, A Smartphone Powered ECG: Product Review

SOURCE April 23, 2014 any mobile health gadgets today started off as modified fitness trackers, or simply already developed medical devices altered to be powered by a mobile phone.  It’s a booming industry that is exciting to follow, but sometimes products can seem repetitive. Recently, however, there have been a few companies that are truly changing more »

 
 

Mayo Clinic Leads the Way in Health Care Advice via Social Media

Mayo Clinic Leads the Way in Health Care Advice via Social Media

  SOURCE April 23, 2014 The results are in – Mayo Clinic is leading the charge when it comes to providing digital audiences with health care information and current wellness advice via social media. Several polls have been making the rounds, demonstrating just how strong their online reputation is. Mayo Clinic was more »

 
 

A new approach to nanoengineering the materials of the future

A new approach to nanoengineering the materials of the future

SOURCE April 23, 2014 (Nanowerk News) Some of the most interesting and fascinating electronic devices that will someday be available to consumers, from paper-thin computers to electronic fabric, will be the result of advanced materials designed by scientists. Indeed, some remarkable discoveries have already been made. To innovate further, scientists more »

 
 
 
 

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