Coronary Artery Disease: Top Changes to Take Charge of Your Health

If you’ve recently learned you have coronary artery disease (CAD), you may feel stuck or overwhelmed on what to do about it. “We give blanket statements about lifestyle modification, and people get it, but it’s overwhelming to be told to do all of this stuff,” says Samit Shah, MD, PhD, an interventional cardiologist at Yale … Read more

United Wants to Charge You for ER Visits It Disagrees With

Tracy Lempner, spokesperson, United Healthcare. Mark Rosenberg, DO, president, American College of Emergency Physicians. Ryan Stanton, MD, member, American College of Emergency Physician board, emergency doctor, Lexington, KY. Ateev Mehrotra, MD, associate professor of health care policy and medicine, Harvard Medical School. Anthem: “Helping employees get the right care when they need care right away.” … Read more

Woman who accused ex-BJP minister Chinmayanand of rape withdraws allegations, faces perjury charge

The woman LLM student, who accused former Union minister Chinmayanand of sexually exploiting her, withdrew her rape charges against the UP BJP leader in a Lucknow court on Tuesday. The woman categorically denied that she had accused the former Union minister of raping her. (Photo: PTI) The woman who accused former BJP minister Chinmayanand of sexual … Read more

As Covid-19 hounds the world, AI and IoT lead the charge in Healthcare 4.0 – ET HealthWorld

By Pradeep Kolankari, Senior Director, Medical Devices and Healthcare, CapgeminiAt a hospital in Wuhan in China, robots and IoT devices were used to check patients’ temperatures, as well as monitor their heart rates and sugar levels through a smart bracelet worn by patients. They also cleaned and disinfected the area, apart from providing food and … Read more