• Researchers successfully transplant eye stem cells
  • Researchers suggest nanoscale electronic motion sensor as DNA sequencer
  • MIT Researchers Develop Gene Therapy Method with Potential to Arrest Cancer Metastasis
  • Rehab Glove designed to Help Recovery of Hand Function
  • Hear the heartbeats of 3D printing at long last
  • Would You Trust a Robot Surgeon to Operate on You?
  • Immersive Virtual Reality Shows Promise for Paranoia in Schizophrenics
  • Researchers successfully transplant eye stem cells

    Researchers successfully transplant eye stem cells

      Image of monkey retinas showing the difference between geneticallymatched (lowerpictures) and unmatched eye stem cells. Researchers have found that eye stem cells can be transplanted between different individuals, which could helptreatment of age-related macular degeneration and other eye conditions in humans. RIKEN LAB PHOTO IN research that may have […]

  • Researchers suggest nanoscale electronic motion sensor as DNA sequencer

    Researchers suggest nanoscale electronic motion sensor as DNA sequencer

    SOURCE September 2016 (Nanowerk News) Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and collaborators have proposed a design for the first DNA sequencer based on an electronic nanosensor that can detect tiny motions as small as a single atom.The proposed device—a type of capacitor, which stores electric […]

  • MIT Researchers Develop Gene Therapy Method with Potential to Arrest Cancer Metastasis

    MIT Researchers Develop Gene Therapy Method with Potential to Arrest Cancer Metastasis

      A new gene therapy technique being developed by researchers at MIT uses microRNAs — small noncoding RNA molecules that regulate gene expression — to control breast cancer metastasis. (Image: MIT News) SOURCE Sept 22, 2016 A major cause of mortality in women with breast cancer is the spread of […]

  • Rehab Glove designed to Help Recovery of Hand Function

    Rehab Glove designed to Help Recovery of Hand Function

        A research team from the National University of Singapore has developed a new lightweight and smart rehabilitation device called EsoGlove to help patients who have lost their hand functions due to injuries or nerve-related conditions to restore their hand movements. Photo Credit: National University of Singapore SOURCE September […]

  • Hear the heartbeats of 3D printing at long last

    Hear the heartbeats of 3D printing at long last

    The Celprogen 3D Printed Heart SOURCE Sept 2016 Though it may not look like much from the grainy screenshot below, Celprogen’s announcement today marks a milestone in making what has been dubbed as the ‘Holy Grail ‘ of 3D printing: they have managed to successfully print a human heart. How […]

  • Would You Trust a Robot Surgeon to Operate on You?

    Would You Trust a Robot Surgeon to Operate on You?

    SOURCE September 2016 Inside the glistening red cave of the patient’s abdomen, surgeon Michael Stifelman carefully guides two robotic arms to tie knots in a piece of thread. He manipulates a third arm to drive a suturing needle through the fleshy mass of the patient’s kidney, stitching together the hole […]

  • Immersive Virtual Reality Shows Promise for Paranoia in Schizophrenics

    Immersive Virtual Reality Shows Promise for Paranoia in Schizophrenics

    SOURCE July 19, 2016 Schizophrenia with paranoid features, such as persecutory delusions, can be a crippling illness. Various interventions, including medications and psychotherapy, can be plagued by problems with side effects and accessibility respectively. One group of researchers is exploring whether virtual reality could offer relief for these patients and […]

 

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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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Researchers successfully transplant eye stem cells

Researchers successfully transplant eye stem cells

  Image of monkey retinas showing the difference between geneticallymatched (lowerpictures) and unmatched eye stem cells. Researchers have found that eye stem cells can be transplanted between different individuals, which could helptreatment of age-related macular degeneration and other eye conditions in humans. RIKEN LAB PHOTO IN research that may have […]

 
 

Researchers suggest nanoscale electronic motion sensor as DNA sequencer

Researchers suggest nanoscale electronic motion sensor as DNA sequencer

SOURCE September 2016 (Nanowerk News) Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and collaborators have proposed a design for the first DNA sequencer based on an electronic nanosensor that can detect tiny motions as small as a single atom.The proposed device—a type of capacitor, which stores electric […]

 
 

The whys and hows of going beyond CMS measures in outcome analytics

The whys and hows of going beyond CMS measures in outcome analytics

The emerging model of value-based care delivery stated loud and clear that quality is not in quantity. CMS plans are that 30 percent of fee-for-service Medicare payments will be changed to value-based payments via Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and bundling by the end of 2016. Moreover, 55 percent of FFS […]

 
 

Protection Against Parkinson’s Disease May Begin in the Gut

Protection Against Parkinson’s Disease May Begin in the Gut

 SOURCE September 2016 Summary: Researchers report cells located in the gut spark an immune response that protects neurons against damage connected to Parkinson’s. Source: University of Iowa. Your gut may play a pivotal role in preventing the onset of Parkinson’s disease. And the reason may be its knack for sleuthing. […]

 
 

Telemedicine and Your Treatment: The Value of Video Visits for Patients and Their Doctors

If you haven’t yet heard of telemedicine, you soon will. Telemedicine technology is changing the way doctors and patients interact. With this innovative new method of communication, hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities are able to reach out to health care consumers like never before. Telemedicine provides an easy way […]

 
 

MIT Researchers Develop Gene Therapy Method with Potential to Arrest Cancer Metastasis

MIT Researchers Develop Gene Therapy Method with Potential to Arrest Cancer Metastasis

  A new gene therapy technique being developed by researchers at MIT uses microRNAs — small noncoding RNA molecules that regulate gene expression — to control breast cancer metastasis. (Image: MIT News) SOURCE Sept 22, 2016 A major cause of mortality in women with breast cancer is the spread of […]

 
 

Scientist Develops Human Brain-Inspired Microchip

Scientist Develops Human Brain-Inspired Microchip

As part of his National Science Foundation CAREER award, Shimeng Yu (right) is providing interdisciplinary educational opportunities in neuro-inspired computing research for students in his lab. Pictured Rui Liu (center), an electrical engineering student, and Ligang Gao, an assistant research scientist. (Credit: Pete Zrioka/ASU) SOURCE Sept 22, 2016 Neuro-inspired computing […]

 
 

Rehab Glove designed to Help Recovery of Hand Function

Rehab Glove designed to Help Recovery of Hand Function

    A research team from the National University of Singapore has developed a new lightweight and smart rehabilitation device called EsoGlove to help patients who have lost their hand functions due to injuries or nerve-related conditions to restore their hand movements. Photo Credit: National University of Singapore SOURCE September […]

 
 

Hear the heartbeats of 3D printing at long last

Hear the heartbeats of 3D printing at long last

The Celprogen 3D Printed Heart SOURCE Sept 2016 Though it may not look like much from the grainy screenshot below, Celprogen’s announcement today marks a milestone in making what has been dubbed as the ‘Holy Grail ‘ of 3D printing: they have managed to successfully print a human heart. How […]

 
 

Would You Trust a Robot Surgeon to Operate on You?

Would You Trust a Robot Surgeon to Operate on You?

SOURCE September 2016 Inside the glistening red cave of the patient’s abdomen, surgeon Michael Stifelman carefully guides two robotic arms to tie knots in a piece of thread. He manipulates a third arm to drive a suturing needle through the fleshy mass of the patient’s kidney, stitching together the hole […]