• 10 Awesome facts about nanotechnology
  • Computational method dramatically speeds up estimates of gene expression
  • Team identifies source of most cases of invasive bladder cancer
  • Osteoid Medical cast, attachable bone stimulator Speeds Healing
  • Don’t Underestimate Big Data
  • Man Compares His $42k Prosthetic Hand to a $50 3D Printed Cyborg Beast
  • MEDSCAPE: 6 Oncology Experts on Changing Calcified Oncology Culture
  • Retooling the War on Cancer
  • Exercise Reverses Skin’s Aging Process, Study Finds
  • HOW IBM IS USING NANOTECHNOLOGY TO TACKLE MRSA AND HIV
10 Awesome facts about nanotechnology

10 Awesome facts about nanotechnology

SOURCE April 17, 2014 Invisibility cloaks, bulletproof suits and cancer cures, we enter the minuscule world of nanotechnology with these 10 awesome facts. 10) Scientists are using nanotechnology to create an invisibility cloak -nano-tube sheets at extreme temperatures cause light to bend away from objects that “disappear” 9) Bulletproof suits more »

Computational method dramatically speeds up estimates of gene expression

Computational method dramatically speeds up estimates of gene expression

SOURCE Apr 20, 2014 (Nanowerk News) With gene expression analysis growing in importance for both basic researchers and medical practitioners, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Maryland have developed a new computational method that dramatically speeds up estimates of gene activity from RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) data. With more »

Team identifies source of most cases of invasive bladder cancer

Team identifies source of most cases of invasive bladder cancer

Micrograph of a lung primary small cell carcinoma, a type of carcinoma. Credit: Wikipedia SOURCE April 20, 2014 A single type of cell in the lining of the bladder is responsible for most cases of invasive bladder cancer, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Their study, more »

Osteoid Medical cast, attachable bone stimulator Speeds Healing

Osteoid Medical cast, attachable bone stimulator Speeds Healing

        (ED NOTE: This cast was made in a design contest; it incorporates ultrasound pulsations to speed bone healing, which is especially useful in non-unions.  This aerated design lets the ultrasound probe get near to the site of fracture which it could not do with a solid more »

Don’t Underestimate Big Data

Don’t Underestimate Big Data

SOURCE April 15, 2014 The techniques of big data have been criticized recently in a post by Tim Harford among others. It’s quite easy to imagine the potential here has been exaggerated, and a core point about the importance of theory in a lot of empiricism is undeniable. But I think there more »

Man Compares His $42k Prosthetic Hand to a $50 3D Printed Cyborg Beast

Man Compares His $42k Prosthetic Hand to a $50 3D Printed Cyborg Beast

SOURCE APRIL 20, 2014 Over the last several months, some of the more inspiring stories around 3D printing have had to do with the printing of prosthetic devices, particularly hands. From war torn Sudan, where 3D printing is making the lives of hundreds of injured children and young adults easier, to more »

MEDSCAPE: 6 Oncology Experts on Changing Calcified Oncology Culture

MEDSCAPE: 6 Oncology Experts on Changing Calcified Oncology Culture

SOURCE: MEDSCAPE   #1) Prevention: Stop Cancer Before It Starts Kathy D. Miller, MD April 16, 2014 Hi. This is Dr. Kathy Miller from Indiana University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Medscape editors recently asked the regular oncology bloggers to consider a very simple question: If we had the power to do it, which more »

Retooling the War on Cancer

Retooling the War on Cancer

SOURCE: MEDSCAPE Clifton J. Leaf, Lidia Schapira, MD Oncology’s Deadly Caution Editor’s Note: In researching The Truth in Small Doses: Why We’re Losing the War on Cancer — and How to Win It,[1] Clifton Leaf, Assistant Managing Editor at Fortune and a longtime student of the cancer community, interviewed more than 1000 cancer stakeholders over more »

Exercise Reverses Skin’s Aging Process, Study Finds

Exercise Reverses Skin’s Aging Process, Study Finds

  SOURCE April 17, 2014 Almost everyone obsesses about wrinkles, but what can you do short of staying out of the sun or pumping your face full of chemicals? The answer may be as simple as a jog around the park. In a small study, researchers at McMaster University in Ontario found more »

HOW IBM IS USING NANOTECHNOLOGY TO TACKLE MRSA AND HIV

HOW IBM IS USING NANOTECHNOLOGY TO TACKLE MRSA AND HIV

  SOURCE April 17, 2014 YEARS OF RESEARCH ON HOW TO MAKE MICROCHIPS EVER SMALLER IS FINDING NEW USES IN THE WORLD OF NANOMEDICINE. While giving a talk at a conference in Australia in the mid-2000s, IBM Research’s lead scientist for the advanced organic materials group, James Hedrick, had an more »

 

Medical Devices, Medical Apps, Doctor and Patient

Education, Medical Blogs, Videos, Websites and Podcasts

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

We are living in a great time for medicine. As most know, it is time for a change..

 

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How Are You Feeling Today? Soon Your App Could Know

How Are You Feeling Today? Soon Your App Could Know

SOURCE April 19, 2014 Emotion-tracking technology–using your phone’s camera to monitor your face–is being used for “neuromarketing” already. And it’s coming soon to health, education, and gaming apps. Imagine if your exercise tracking app could also tell when you looked tired after a run. Or if the online class you more »

 
 

10 Awesome facts about nanotechnology

10 Awesome facts about nanotechnology

SOURCE April 17, 2014 Invisibility cloaks, bulletproof suits and cancer cures, we enter the minuscule world of nanotechnology with these 10 awesome facts. 10) Scientists are using nanotechnology to create an invisibility cloak -nano-tube sheets at extreme temperatures cause light to bend away from objects that “disappear” 9) Bulletproof suits more »

 
 

Computational method dramatically speeds up estimates of gene expression

Computational method dramatically speeds up estimates of gene expression

SOURCE Apr 20, 2014 (Nanowerk News) With gene expression analysis growing in importance for both basic researchers and medical practitioners, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Maryland have developed a new computational method that dramatically speeds up estimates of gene activity from RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) data. With more »

 
 

Team identifies source of most cases of invasive bladder cancer

Team identifies source of most cases of invasive bladder cancer

Micrograph of a lung primary small cell carcinoma, a type of carcinoma. Credit: Wikipedia SOURCE April 20, 2014 A single type of cell in the lining of the bladder is responsible for most cases of invasive bladder cancer, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Their study, more »

 
 

Osteoid Medical cast, attachable bone stimulator Speeds Healing

Osteoid Medical cast, attachable bone stimulator Speeds Healing

        (ED NOTE: This cast was made in a design contest; it incorporates ultrasound pulsations to speed bone healing, which is especially useful in non-unions.  This aerated design lets the ultrasound probe get near to the site of fracture which it could not do with a solid more »

 
 

Don’t Underestimate Big Data

Don’t Underestimate Big Data

SOURCE April 15, 2014 The techniques of big data have been criticized recently in a post by Tim Harford among others. It’s quite easy to imagine the potential here has been exaggerated, and a core point about the importance of theory in a lot of empiricism is undeniable. But I think there more »

 
 

Man Compares His $42k Prosthetic Hand to a $50 3D Printed Cyborg Beast

Man Compares His $42k Prosthetic Hand to a $50 3D Printed Cyborg Beast

SOURCE APRIL 20, 2014 Over the last several months, some of the more inspiring stories around 3D printing have had to do with the printing of prosthetic devices, particularly hands. From war torn Sudan, where 3D printing is making the lives of hundreds of injured children and young adults easier, to more »

 
 

MEDSCAPE: 6 Oncology Experts on Changing Calcified Oncology Culture

MEDSCAPE: 6 Oncology Experts on Changing Calcified Oncology Culture

SOURCE: MEDSCAPE   #1) Prevention: Stop Cancer Before It Starts Kathy D. Miller, MD April 16, 2014 Hi. This is Dr. Kathy Miller from Indiana University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Medscape editors recently asked the regular oncology bloggers to consider a very simple question: If we had the power to do it, which more »

 
 

Retooling the War on Cancer

Retooling the War on Cancer

SOURCE: MEDSCAPE Clifton J. Leaf, Lidia Schapira, MD Oncology’s Deadly Caution Editor’s Note: In researching The Truth in Small Doses: Why We’re Losing the War on Cancer — and How to Win It,[1] Clifton Leaf, Assistant Managing Editor at Fortune and a longtime student of the cancer community, interviewed more than 1000 cancer stakeholders over more »

 
 

Exercise Reverses Skin’s Aging Process, Study Finds

Exercise Reverses Skin’s Aging Process, Study Finds

  SOURCE April 17, 2014 Almost everyone obsesses about wrinkles, but what can you do short of staying out of the sun or pumping your face full of chemicals? The answer may be as simple as a jog around the park. In a small study, researchers at McMaster University in Ontario found more »

 
 
 
 

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