The mobile health applications quickly taking hold are the ones that provide needed services, and make doctors and patients more efficient.
You don’t have to become a Dr. Mehmet Oz or Dr. Drew Pinsky type of promoter, but it’s in the interest of every medical student and physician to learn how to do some basic self-promotion.
Varian Medical Systems raises the stakes for the winner of our Fall 2012 Poster Competition with some fresh incentives.
Curēus sat down for an interview with editorial board member Andreas Gomoll, MD. He is board-certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. He is also an Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
What we really wanted to know is, is there a link between sexting and taking risks with your body? And the answer is a pretty resounding yes.
Lead researcher Shwetak Patel, decided to forego the use of attachments in favor of relying only on the iPhone’s built-in microphone for spirometry sensing.
I had the chance to chat with Mark Yarchoan, MD one of the key people behind launching the Curēus International Poster Competition.
Today over 28% of Americans are considered obese which presents a challenge to manufacturers of imaging equipment. And if the study from the World Health Organization is correct, over half of Americans will be obese by 2030.
It is time for a change…to evolve from the anachronistic traditions of bias and prejudice and political strongholds reigning over our scientific ideas.
Doctors at the University of Goteborg have performed the world’s first mother-to-daughter uterus transplants. The operations were the first live-donor uterus transplants from mother to child.