@bgr.com 3 months ago
Ask your doctor before getting a coronavirus vaccine if you take this common medicine
@slashgear.com 12 months ago
Popular children’s medicines recalled, but not for the reason you think
@wired.com 1 year ago
Here's What Disinfectants and UV Light *Really* Do to Your Body
@slashgear.com 1 year ago
Sugar linked to early death, but not for the reason you think
Pandemic thriller “Contagion” makes it back into the iTunes movie charts, for the obvious reason
How glow-in-the-dark vampire bats are helping scientists solve a $50M problem
@INM7_ISN 1 year ago
Eysenk's astonishing work on "cancer personality". If results are too good to be true, there is usually a good reason for this Highly relevant to current work on #MachineLearning in neuroimaging and Medicine. Real life is too complex for >>90% accuracy https://cosmosmagazine.com/society/is-this-one-of-the-worst-scientific-scandals-of-all-time
@techcrunch.com 1 year ago
Canadian startup Sweet Reason as sparkling spin on CBD beverages
@xconomy.com 1 year ago
PanTheryx Lands $50M to Use “First Milk” to Target Gut Microbiome
@engadget.com 1 year ago
My DNA test confirmed it: I’m not a morning person
@techcrunch.com 3 years ago
A CEO known publicly for the power of smiling was just ousted for intimidating employees
@WIRED 3 years ago
AI can be a boon for the human race. But there’s also reason for caution. This is the WIRED Guide to artificial intelligence.
@WIRED 3 years ago
AI can be a boon for the human race. But there’s also reason for caution. This is the WIRED Guide to artificial intelligence.
@WIRED 3 years ago
AI can be a boon for the human race. But there’s also reason for caution. This is the WIRED Guide to artificial intelligence.
@WIRED 3 years ago
AI can be a boon for the human race. But there’s also reason for caution. This is the WIRED Guide to artificial intelligence.
@theverge.com 4 years ago
Uber executive could face criminal charges over handling of rape victim’s records, experts say
@techcrunch.com 4 years ago
WTF is a liquidation preference?
@techcrunch.com 4 years ago
FDA orders Scanadu to shut down support for its Scout device and customers are mad
@thenextweb.com 4 years ago
A tale of tech giants: How Philips competes with the likes of Google to reinvent an entire industry
@thenextweb.com 4 years ago
A tale of two tech giants: How Philips competes with the likes of Google to reinvent an entire industry
@extremetech.com 4 years ago
Surgeon plans first human head transplant in 2017
@techcrunch.com 4 years ago
Elation Health receives $15M to take another crack at electronic health records
@theverge.com 4 years ago
In Colorado, marijuana’s psychoactive ingredient may have made it into the water supply
@theverge.com 4 years ago
Dogs can smell low blood sugar in people with diabetes
@techcrunch.com 5 years ago
Walgreens formally cuts ties with Theranos
@pmarca 5 years ago
RT @BaldingsWorld: Patients shouldn't beat up doctors, but medical care in rural Africa is better than most of China. There's a reason https://twitter.com/wangxiangweihk/status/678892013710798849
@pmarca 5 years ago
RT @Robert_Graboyes: SMARTPHONE-AUGMENTED STETHOSCOPES/ Another reason smartphones will augment the practice of medicine. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/09/02/bringing-the-stethoscope-into-the-smartphone-era/ HT @AdamThierer
@WIRED 6 years ago
This freelance writer suffers from severe Tourette’s syndrome, but his prescription medication costs $720 a month in America (and that's with health insurance)....
@WIRED 6 years ago
"The Knick" offers an unblinking look at what a crude practice medicine was more than 100 years ago -- and, just maybe, a sly examination of how healthcare became what it is now.
@gigaom.com 6 years ago
With Enlitic, a veteran data scientist plans to fight disease using deep learning