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Have you heard of Juul? If you have a middle school or high school-aged kid, chances are that they have, and that they know friends already addicted to it.
A new study shows that telemedicine is just as effective as in-person exams for detecting blindness in premature babies. Here’s why this is such a big deal.
A London university studied whether so much time spent staring at our touchscreens is ruining our ability to sleep deeply and easily.
Google’s DeepMind AI has the potential to leverage Bitcoin technology to track patient data as it develops and revolutionize patient care forever.
It’s getting harder to tell the difference between fake health news and the real thing. Learn how to distinguish fact from reality.
Interoperability is a buzz word in the healthcare policy arena: a hypothetical world where all patients’ records are data enriched and interconnected.
Did you miss Urgent 9 founder Dr. Momjian’s talk “The Future of Healthcare” at Glendale Tech Week? You can watch a condensed version of his lecture here!
Wearable health and fitness technology companies like Fitbit are booming — but are these devices really helpful, or just a tech fashion statement? Find out why Dr. Momjian doesn’t think these devices will stand up to the test of time.