23andMe Has Competition

According to Business Insider, “Genetic testing will be a cornerstone of healthcare in 2019, but there’s a war brewing over how to harness your DNA data without harm. There are currently two ways to do the testing: a costly but complete genetic workup through a doctor or a cheaper at-home test like those sold by […]

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How to make sure your blood pressure meds are safe

The Food and Drug Administration posted information on its website listing the blood pressure medications recalled for containing carcinogens. Here’s what to watch out for. For more on this story: Do you like what you see? Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Like USA TODAY on Facebook: Follow USA TODAY on Twitter: [youtube_downloader_form placeholder=”Enter Video Key” […]

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The Future Of Healthcare

The healthcare industry is facing disrupted. Mainly because of accelerated tech innovation and growing demand for improved, low cost healthcare. Tech startups are also seizing opportunities in areas the industry currently lacks. This includes genomics, pharmaceuticals, administration, clinical operations, and insurance. Regardless of their actions there is no question that technology is transforming how healthcare […]

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Uneven Skin Tone Fixed W/ Right Cream

Have an uneven skin tone? Elle.com recently reported about different ways to treat it. They said the best way to treat it is to find out the specific problem and to use the right cream. Ambi Even & Clear Targeted Mark Minimizer smooths skin texture and improves tone. Those with sensitive skin should use Neutrogena’s […]

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Women In Coma Gives Birth

According to Reuters.com, “Phoenix police on Saturday were investigating reports of a sexual assault after a woman who has been hospitalized in a vegetative state for the past decade gave birth.” David Leibowitz, a spokesperson where the incident occurred, told the press, “While federal and state privacy laws prohibit us from publicly discussing a patient’s […]

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Kidney Disease Gene Variant Harms More Ethnic Groups Than Previously Thought

A kidney disease gene variant called APOL1 has been found to impact Latinos and Hispanics., not just black people. Understanding more about APOL1’s existence in those communities can advance “precision medicine.” Precision medicine allows doctors to contour treatment to patients’ needs, a practice called precision medicine. The National Kidney Association says about 10 percent of […]

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Low Birth Rate Heightens Preeclampsia Occurrences

According to UPI.com, “Women who were born at a low birth weight risk complications in their own pregnancies… Researchers from Australia found that women who weighed under 5.5 pounds at birth were 1.7 times likely to develop preeclampsia during pregnancy versus women who weighed between 6.614 and 7.716 pounds at birth.” Preeclampsia usually strikes women […]

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