How Do Rapid Tests Help With Costs and Efficiency in Your Practice?
Rapid test kits for flu, strep and urinalysis help medical offices and clinics administer the right treatment, earlier; improving health outcomes, efficiency and cost savings. Learn how rapid test kits provide cost-effective tools for early diagnosis.How To Track And Assess Your Fitness Progress
How to accurately track and assess your fitness progress over time. This article includes tips, charts, and recommendations to help you understand the different parameters of fitness tracking including body weight, body fat percentage ranges, circumference measurements, and how to take before and after pictures.What Is Digital Spine Analysis?
The Digital Spine Analysis (DSA) is the first clinically accepted test for measuring spine function. It is a revolutionary diagnostic tool that reveals what standard imaging tests like X-rays and MRIs cannot.Common Risk Factors For Cardiovascular Diseases
Cardiovascular diseases are the leading causes of death in the developing world and it accounts for a high number of deaths in the developed world too. There are certain factors that could increase the likelihood of your getting a cardiovascular disease. These in no way guarantee that you will have a heart problem but the greater the risk, the higher the possibility it is of getting one. While some aspects can be controlled or modified, some cannot be modified and purely depend on your situation.Homeopathy Exposing The Big Pharma Involvement and Disinformation
Strong advocates of Big Pharma medicine have a somewhat disdainful regard for homeopathy and its practitioners. The long dark and disdainful history of attack stems from opposing views between conventional medicine and homeopathy practitioners on how illness should be treated…Job Outlook for Medical Assistants Is Higher Than Any Other Career in 2015!
Expected job growth for medical assistants is much greater than any other career these next ten years and it’s not hard to understand why! According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, many careers were expected to grow between five to ten percent in demand. These careers included teachers, biologists, retail, entrepreneurship and many others due to a rapidly increasing and stabilizing economy.Ways to Hide the Odor Coming From Your Armpits
To stop the odor coming from your armpits you need to stop eating onions and other strong smelling foods and also go on a diet that will cleanse all of the rotting food residue out of your intestines. Also once you do that you might consider using an antiperspirant that contains aluminum, but you need to do the research and see if it is worth the risk of using aluminum because some people say aluminum in antiperspirant is toxic. I however think it is worth the risk.Reduce the Risk of Stroke, Make Changes for Better Health
May is National Stroke Awareness Month and the goal of the month’s activities is to reduce the impact and the incidence of strokes. According to the National Institutes of Health, each year more than 700,000 Americans have strokes. The incidence of this health risk affects finances, relationships, mental health and community support resources. Focus on avoiding strokes should be ongoing and not simply the target of activities one month of the year. In counseling clients to set goals for a healthier lifestyle, my recommendations to improve well-being will help in reducing the risk of stroke.MRI: What to Expect
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a technique that uses magnetic fields and radio waves to help create detailed images of body organs and tissues. Many doctors order these as a diagnostic tool.Wearable Medical Devices – Applications
The Global market for Wearable Medical Devices is poised to reach $8.3 billion by the end of 2019 growing at a CAGR of 17.7%. Wearable medical devices are devices with sensors attached to the body that detect and monitor changes in body signatures of various areas and organs.Global Wearable Medical Devices Market: Growth, Trends and Forecasts – By Product Type
The Global market for wearable medical devices is one of the fastest growing markets with a CAGR of 17.7% between 2014 and 2019 and is estimated to reach $8.3 billion by 2019. Wearable medical devices are non-invasive sensors that record vital signs such as heartbeat, pulse, skin temperature and blood pressure.Global Next Generation Sequencing Market – Technology
The Global market for Next Generation Sequencing is poised to reach $10 billion by the end of 2020 growing at a CAGR of approximately 20%. The instruments and consumables is the largest segment with a share of around half of the market in 2013. The fastest growing segment is the services with a highest CAGR during the forecast period.