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I'm Forbes' Chief Insights Officer & write about thought leadership...The cost of care is rising while service is declining or so the conventional wisdom goes. But Inovalon and its energetic founding CEO, Dr. Dunleavy offer reason for optimism.
GPS-based devices for some time, but a Sydney operating theatre has been fitted with the medical equivalent of park-assist. It's a leap forward, says neurosurgeon Dr Jonathon Ball, who is using the new robotic system to make his already exacting
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 24° Min 17° New Kiwi app to help diagnose eye conditions Impact PR, Fuseworks April 9, 2014, 6:29 am A new app compiled with expert content from 14 of New Zealand's leading eye surgeons aims to help GPs,
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 22° Min 13° Doctors call for immediate climate treatment Media Distribution, Fuseworks April 4, 2014, 5:04 pm With the release of the latest report this week by the world's leading climate scientists, New Zealand
Despite demonstrating the severe impacts of climate change if countries do not act, the report also highlights health gains and moral justice if there is widespread societalaction to tackle climate change. The report summarises the best expert
But, consuming too much or too little of it could adversely impact our health; hence, moderation is the key, says Geeta Padmanabhan Salt is responsible for 2.3 million deaths globally, says a study released by Harvard School of Public Health. One in
The answer lies in the many different types of cells we have in our bodies. A global project that includes Massey University Albany lecturer in Bioinformatics and Genomics Dr Sebastian Schmeier is helping us to understand why cells act differently.
Widely used heartburn and peptic ulcer medicines increase risk of rare kidney disease: Otago research New Zealanders taking a proton pump inhibitor (PPI), a type of medicine used to treat gastric acid reflux disorders and peptic ulcer disease, are at
Many parents don't realise that there is almost a complete ban on confectionery, says Dr Kieron Rooney, a senior lecturer in biochemistry and exercise physiology at the University of Sydney. Some states allow lollies and chocolates only once or twice
AAP Food photos top the Instagram list in Melbourne, while users in Sydney and Brisbane most often post selfies. People from Perth prefer to post portraits and those from Adelaide show more of an artistic bent. This insight into how Australians view