Mexican man, once the world's fattest, dreams of walking again - Capital LifestyleShared by:
The folds of flesh on Juan Pedro Franco's back sway heavily as he cranks the pedals of a modified bicycle with his arms, exercising to boost his already ja A global lifestyle platform for digital storytelling, premiering exclusive daily content. We are a curated destination for the culturally curious, a point of reference for leaders in media and style, and a platform committed to all things ‘living.’
Bizarre and terrifying medical devices through the agesShared by:
Medical devices have come a long way since the early days of doctors healing the sick. However, it did have its fair share of history – evolving from bizarre, to less outlandish and clinical, as we know it today. Here’s a look at some of the contraptions used in the yonder years – which would still make today’s heads turn.
To love or not to love: Debating a romantic HCP-patient relationshipShared by:
Can healthcare professionals (HCPs) date patients? The simple answer is: no. The complex answer is: maybe, it depends. To a HCP – if the lover is a patient – it can be complex and unethical. But, should society be more liberal to this? MIMS Today sits down with a few experts to discuss this issue.
What Is Graves' Disease? The Truth About Why Wendy Williams Fainted On Her ShowShared by:
Wendy Williams has long been known for her success as an author and fashion designer, but she's most recognizable for being an outspoken television host. What is Graves' Disease? Graves' Disease is one of the most common thyroid problems and the main cause of hyperthyroidism, which is a
Most see inaction on mass shootings; mental health screening is a priority (POLL)Shared by:
Large majorities of Americans say neither President Donald Trump nor Congress are doing enough to try to prevent mass shootings like the one that took 17 lives in Parkland, Florida, last week, with improved mental health screening and treatment leading the public’s preferences for action.Most in a new
Babies born in poorest countries still face ‘alarming’ risks – UNICEFShared by:
Babies born in the world's poorest countries, most of them in Africa, still face "alarming" risks of death that can be 50 times as high as those in the richest countries, according to a UNICEF report released on Tuesday.
Google Develop AI That Can Predict Risk Of Heart Disease Through Eye ScanShared by:
Researchers of Google and its health-tech subsidiary, Verily, have developed an artificial intelligence algorithm (AI) that can predict the risk of heart disease by scanning a person’s eyes. Google AI approach uses deep learning to draw connections
New Technology For Stroke RehabilitationShared by:
A new stretchable bandage-like electronic sensor has been developed to monitor stroke patients recovery progress. New wearable designed to be worn on the throat could be a game changer in the field of stroke rehabilitation. The sensors
Use Of Cleaning Agents Can Cause Long-Term Lung DamageShared by:
Women who clean using chemicals at home and at work show faster declines in some lung function, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Bergen in Norway recently conducted a study to determine