These three research projects in Houston come up with life-saving innovations

Research, perhaps now more than ever, is crucial to expanding and growing innovation in Houston—and it’s happening all over the city right under our noses. In InnovationMap’s latest research news report, three Houston institutions are working on life-saving healthcare research thanks to new technologies. Groundbreaking study by Rice University scientists on Alzheimer’s disease Angel Martí … Read more

The 5 fastest growing industries for 2023

opinions expressed Entrepreneur Shareholders are theirs. The world is changing rapidly, and with it the industries that drive the global economy. In recent years, some industries have experienced explosive growth while others slowed down or disappeared completely. In this article, we will look at the top five fastest growing industries and discuss what makes them … Read more

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance: Healthcare Deals Abroad

Emma Patch Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Brenna Williams, 28, of Fresno, Calif., has universal healthcare coverage, but when she started looking into fertility treatments to start a family, she was flattered by the out-of-pocket cost. So while some friends in her shoes began looking for a job at an American company that would offer to offset … Read more

Opinion: Women should not die of cervical cancer

Editor’s note: Doctor. Eloise Chapman Davis She is the Director of Gynecologic Oncology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medicine. Dr.. Dennis Howard He’s the chief of obstetrics and gynecology at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital and vice chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine. The opinions expressed in this comment are … Read more

Can ultrasound replace a stethoscope?

The patient, a man in his early 20s, walked into the emergency room Wednesday morning, anxious and panting, his shirt covered in blood. Minneapolis in the 1980s was experiencing an increase in violent crime that would later earn it the nickname Morderapolis. At Hennepin County Medical Center, stabbings and gunshot wounds have become commonplace at … Read more

A hotter planet is causing further damage to human health

Shortly after the new year, Washington Mail He published a story with a title that would have seemed inexplicable, even runic, to most readers just a few years earlier: “The blazing future of the world is etched in the crippled kidneys of the Nepalese workers.” But we’re so used to the idea that the climate … Read more

Penn Medicine CAREs continue to support community service projects, which increase access to medical care

Newswise – Philadelphia – recently welcomed 27 Penn Medicine employees and students Penn Medicine Care Grants for projects designed to improve well-being, health equity, and inclusion in the region’s most diverse and underserved populations. In addition, HopePHL He was selected as the 2022 Penn Medicine CAREs Community Champion. This annual honor, in its fourth year, … Read more