IMedicalApps: This Week's Top Apps
Posted On: Oct 19, 2017 | Posted By: MedPageToday
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More people died from 'deaths of despair' like suicide and those of old age, like Alzheimer's, in 2016 than died a decade before, driving life expectancy down four months, the...
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Joint care as a subset of healthy aging will be a thriving market in the future. But itâs crowded and will place a premium on product differentiation, says one expert.
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The significant gender gap has been found in learning processes such as reading and writing among boys and girls of Fourth grade; girls have been found to better at reading and...
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While antibiotics work with our immune system to eliminate infections, the drugs often have side effects. A recent study by researchers from the Broad Institute of MIT and...
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