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HRG picks 5 Products to Watch from April

May 25, 2019 , Drug Store News - Retail
HRG’s new product team sifted through 244 new products in April and chose five that stood out for their innovation and potential on the shelf. Read More...
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Health Canada approves Apple Watch ECG, public health groups warn of tobacco's guerrilla social media ads and more digital health news briefs

May 23, 2019 (Dave Muoio), Mobile Health News
Also: HoloLens may affect surgeon's precision dexterity; Backpack Health integrates...
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Apple Watch app for nightmare disorder receives FDA breakthrough designation, opens enrollment for two RCTs

May 22, 2019 (Dave Muoio), Mobile Health News
To see light as a prescription digital therapeutic for PTSD patients affected by nightmares, NightWare is testing its app among veterans and the general...
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COO Departs From Billionaire’s Health Initiative Haven For ‘Family Reasons’

May 21, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
The company's hires--and now departures--have been closely watched as many in the health industry are braced for the new and possibly fierce competition expected to come from the initiative founded by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase. Other news from the health industry focuses on the "app economy," elder care home profits, the legacy of Uwe Reinhardt and violence in the...
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AMA launches online education portal, researchers explore personalized radio for dementia patients and more digital health news briefs

May 21, 2019 (Dave Muoio), Mobile Health News
Also: Apple patent on Apple Watch strap sensors; Drone medical delivery service raises $190...
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Virta Health aims to reverse Type 2 diabetes without meds by helping patients watch what they eat

May 17, 2019 , CNBC Health
Virta Health is a five-year-old start-up that wants to reverse Type 2 diabetes without medication. Its treatment plan offers patients personalized dietary guidance, health coaching and biomarker...
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Are Direct-To-Consumer Ads For Drugs Doing More Harm than Good?

May 15, 2019 , Forbes
Remember the last time you turned on your television to watch a football game or catch up on the latest episode of American Idol? You saw ads for beer, the latest iPad, and all kinds of prescription drugs aiming to cure everything from psoriasis to...
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Phillip Morris halts global campaign featuring young influencers

May 14, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
The depiction of an under-25 user of a vaporizer product ‘was a clear breach’ of its own policy, the company says, emphasizing that no laws were broken. Still, the FDA is keeping watch. Where there’s smoke—or vapor—there’s a potential PR firestorm. Phillip Morris International has stopped a global social media campaign after reporters discovered the […] The post Phillip Morris halts global campaign featuring young influencers appeared first on Health Care Communication...
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A High-Minded High-End Approach To Dementia Care

May 14, 2019 , Forbes
After watching his parents endure Alzheimer’s disease, hotelier Laurence Geller began building five-star care residences and plowing funding into dementia care research and nurse...
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Weight Watchers shares jump 15% as first-quarter earnings aren't as bad as feared

May 04, 2019 , CNBC Health
Weight Watchers swung to a loss of $10.7 million during the first quarter from a profit last year, but it wasn't as bad as analysts...
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Smartwatch Shipments Up 48%: Apple 36%, Samsung 11%, Imoo 9%, Fitbit 5.5% Of Market

May 03, 2019 , Forbes
"Foldable displays are coming to smartwatches," says Counterpoint associate director Brady...
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Watch: Electronic Medical Records Investigation In Spotlight On C-SPAN

May 01, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
KHN’s Fred Schulte talks on C-SPAN with viewers about errors and other problems with computerized health...
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Garmin adds menstrual cycle tracking to its consumer offerings

May 01, 2019 (Dave Muoio), Mobile Health News
Those using the Garmin Connect fitness platform and certain Garmin smartwatches will receive period predictions and targeted educational...
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How patients—and communicators—can avoid digital eye strain

Apr 30, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
The average person spends 10 hours a day sitting, which can strain eyes, bodies and minds. ‘Desk jockeys’ in particular should take precautions to stave off computer vision syndrome. Whether you’re watching a Netflix marathon or working on a desktop for an extended period of time, sedentary activities can wreak havoc on your body. Communicators […] The post How patients—and communicators—can avoid digital eye strain appeared first on Health Care Communication...
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'Kissing bug' case in Delaware raises alarm for summer

Apr 26, 2019 , CNN Health
A bloodsucking "kissing bug" bit a Delaware girl on the face last summer while she was watching television. Now, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is calling the incident the first confirmed identification of the bug in the state....
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News coverage of violent events may contribute to 'cycle of distress'

Apr 26, 2019 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - In the wake of violent events like mass shootings or natural disasters, people who watch the most media coverage of the story are more likely to show post-traumatic stress symptoms months later, a small U.S. study suggests....
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Google Fit comes to iPhones as standalone app

Apr 25, 2019 (Dave Muoio), Mobile Health News
Set to launch today, the app will be able to pull activity data from Apple Watches and apps connected to Apple...
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Five Names To Watch: Apple’s Top Talent For Health Care Includes Many Physicians, Medical Researchers

Apr 25, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Apple claims its biggest contribution to society will be in health care and is making big hires to try to make that happen. Other news on technology is on a new wearable device designed to keep the chronically ill people out of the hospital....
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WHO recommends one-hour maximum screen time per day for under-5s

Apr 25, 2019 , Reuters
Young children should not spend more than an hour a day watching television and videos or playing computer games and infants less than one year old should not be exposed to electronic screens at all, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday....
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Americans get more sedentary as computer use surges

Apr 24, 2019 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Most Americans spend at least two hours a day watching television or videos, and a new study suggests they're becoming more sedentary as they devote more remaining free time to sitting in front of computers....
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