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Interviews Concerning Health Politics

Interviews concerning health politics

Good health is human's most precious thing. Since that applies to everyone politics concerned with health turn into an interesting, sometimes explosive subject. MEDICA.de speaks with managers, experts and politicians about news from health politics.

 
 

Small companions: How wearables change our lives

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[01/09/2015] They can be seen everywhere: at the wrists, in the ear, clipped to the belt. Wearables are small technical assistants who are built to collect and partially also to analyze data. Some of them collect measurable health data, others "only" count their user’s steps or measure the surrounding UV radiation. The fact is, however, that wearables are en vogue and are used for many different cases.Small companions: How wearables change our lives - Read more

Cellphone data can track infectious diseases

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Photo: Smartphones lying next together [21/08/2015] Tracking mobile phone data is often associated with privacy issues, but these vast datasets could be the key to understanding how infectious diseases are spread seasonally. Cellphone data can track infectious diseases - Read more

Mobile technology may improve health behaviors

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Photo: Man measures his heart rate via watch and app [14/08/2015] Smartphone applications and wearable sensors have the potential to help people make healthier lifestyle choices, but scientific evidence of mobile health technologies' effectiveness for reducing risk factors for heart disease and stroke is limited, according to a scientific statement from the American Heart Association. Mobile technology may improve health behaviors - Read more

Using online health forums to serve underserved communities

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Photo: Vagelis Hristidis [14/08/2015] University of California, Riverside researchers recently published a paper on how people use social media and online health forums can help reach underserved communities and prevent the spread of misinformation.Using online health forums to serve underserved communities - Read more

Neurological disease: 'Hidden epidemic' through modern living?

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Photo: Motorway in a city covered by smog [07/08/2015] Modern living could be responsible for an 'almost epidemic' increase in neurological brain disease, according to new research from Bournemouth University.Neurological disease: 'Hidden epidemic' through modern living? - Read more

 
 

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