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Remote device allows cardiologist to monitor patients daily at their homes

...w months can now be downloaded to the physician at anytime without the patient ever leaving home," said Dr. Kousik Krishnan, a cardiac electrophysiologist at Rush. According to Krishnan, the LATITUDE system provides added peace of mind for the patient. The physician can remotely check if the defibrillator ...

Study finds hydration lacking in older adults

...n. Janet Mentes, PhD, APRN, BC Follow this link anytime to access this article: www.NursingCenter.com/AJNolderadults In a study done by the author of this article, 31% of the LTC residents she followed over six months were dehydrated. A different study found that 48% of older adults admitted from E...

A virtual healthcare assistant for a healthier lifestyle

... access to real-time healthcare advice anywhere at anytime over mobile and fixed-line devices, helping them to consistently make the best choices to lead a healthier lifestyle. People suffering from illnesses such as diabetes or obesity stand to benefit but so too do people considered at risk of developing s...

Procedure for irregular heartbeat gives long-lasting relief & improves quality of life

... randomized, and were allowed to have a second one anytime in the next the three months. During those three months, they took amiodarone daily, then stopped. If their atrial fibrillation came back, control patients were allowed to resume amiodarone or have an ablation procedure. Fifty-three control patients ...

Research suggests making exercise more fun might boost fitness levels of US adolescents

...ional public health threat that will not disappear anytime soon. Now, a new small-scale study suggests what motivates teens to get moving. The research, led by a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate student, found that the strongest single factor causing teens to exercise was "personal fulfil...

Carnegie Mellon researchers open window into the ability of humans to recognize faces

...y, a cure for the disorder is unlikely to be found anytime soon. "The work on CP is in its infancy and we still need to understand the psychological and neural aspects of the disorder in detail. It is possible, however, that some forms of intervention may become possible in the near future," Behrmann said....

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