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Health Care, Technology, and the Future

In 2019, the science and health care industries can expect to see AI vs. physicians, consumer vs. clinical, human empathy vs. machine intelligence as many new players enter the ecosystem. . . . → Read More: Health Care, Technology, and the Future

CDC Finds 12 People Sickened by Stem Cell Provider

Blood sample tubes

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report on a provider of stem cell therapies indicating 12 people in 3 states were infected with bacteria from that company’s treatments. . . . → Read More: CDC Finds 12 People Sickened by Stem Cell Provider

FDA Warns Cord Blood-Stem Cell Company

E. coli bacteria

Food and Drug Administration recently warned GeneTech Inc. that its unauthorized stem cell regenerative medicine products, may be causing serious blood infections. . . . → Read More: FDA Warns Cord Blood-Stem Cell Company

Analysis – Health Care Law Ruled Unconstitutional

Supreme Court

Adler and Gluck call the action, “a shocking legal ruling.” In addition, the authors characterize the decision as, “an exercise of raw judicial power.” . . . → Read More: Analysis – Health Care Law Ruled Unconstitutional

Mobile App, Start-Up Find Designated Drivers

Matt Sanford

A group of current and former students at Virginia Tech designed a smartphone app and started an organization to connect designated drivers to party-goers to take them home safely. . . . → Read More: Mobile App, Start-Up Find Designated Drivers

FDA Clears Mobile App for Opioid Use Disorder

Man with smartphone

The Food and Drug Administration authorized a mobile app, when prescribed by clinicians for patients with opioid use disorder in outpatient treatment programs. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears Mobile App for Opioid Use Disorder

Post-Surgical Opioid Prescriptions Safely Cut

Pills and capsules

A cancer center reduced its opioid pain prescriptions for surgery for a year, without patients reporting more pain, complications, or requests for more pills. . . . → Read More: Post-Surgical Opioid Prescriptions Safely Cut

Vital Signs Electronic Tag Designed to Aid First Responders

VitalTag illustration

A simple electronic monitoring device that adheres to the chest aims to provide basic vital signs data to first responders and emergency medical staff in mass casualty situations. . . . → Read More: Vital Signs Electronic Tag Designed to Aid First Responders

Infographic – Greatest Human Health Risks

Human health risks ranked

It turns out the greatest current risk to the world’s health may be in the air we breathe. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Greatest Human Health Risks

Trial Testing Non-Opioid Pellet Implant for Sciatica Pain

Spine

A clinical trial to test a tiny implanted pellet containing a non-opioid pain killer began treating participants to relieve leg and back pain from sciatica. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Non-Opioid Pellet Implant for Sciatica Pain