Health

  • Theater shooting trial resumes; testimony focuses on phone

    The trial of Colorado theater gunman James Holmes has resumed with testimony about a call made from his cellphone to the University of Colorado hospital moments before the 2012 attack. The testimony Monday ...

    Associated Press
  • What Is Really Driving Array Higher

    Array BioPharma released disappointing fiscal third-quarter earnings before the markets opened Monday morning.

    24/7 Wall St.
  • Does Apple's Big Health App Infringe On This Company's Patents?

    Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ) is facing its first lawsuit over its HealthKit and Health App from a company that developed a portable, secure device that carries a patient's medical history, according to Patently ...

    Benzinga
  • Out-of-Body Experience Is Traced in the Brain

    What happens in the brain when a person has an out-of-body experience? In a new study, researchers using a brain scanner and some fancy camera work gave study participants the illusion that their bodies were located in a part of a room other than where they really were. Then, the researchers…

    LiveScience.com
  • Your Next Doctor's Visit Might Be Through Your iPhone

    For most of the health care we need, a smartphone might be enough. And American Well is banking on us realizing that.

    Forbes
  • Huge Savings on Massage Tables

    Compare deals and choose from a wide range of massage tables. Get the one you want at an amazingly low price!

    NextagSponsored
  • Rugby-All Blacks Kaino, Piutau could be out for two months

    It was a bad day for All Blacks coach Steve Hansen with test outside back Charles Piutau and flyhalf Beauden Barrett also suffering knee injuries. Kaino, who started every match in the World Cup on home soil four years ago and played eight tests for the All Blacks last season, injured the digit…

    Reuters
  • Mining Patients' Wisdom for Safer Care

    At Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality, one of our research teams is partnering with COPD patients and their loved ones to design better ways to treat those who have the disease, help them manage their symptoms at home and avoid re-hospitalizations. Patient and family…

    U.S.News & World Report
  • Biotech's Blue Chip Stocks

    Traditionally, the consumer goods or technology sector is where you'd find most "blue chip stocks," but over the past decade a number of blue chip stocks have emerged within biotech. Here are ...

    Motley Fool
  • Now Open: A community health center has opened...

    A community health center has opened in New Orleans East at 13085 Chef Menteur Hwy. NOLA City Business has the info on this sweeping 9,000 square foot complex.

    Curbed New Orleans
  • Higher taxes and caution in marketing can keep weed away from kids

    Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Washington D.C. have passed laws legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, and the use of medical marijuana is legal in 23 states and the District of Columbia. While 14 US states have decriminalization laws in place, which reduce the severity of…

    The Verge
  • This Craft Will Help You Burn Calories

    (Susie Hewer. Photo: feitoamao.tumblr.com ) Knitting or the gym? If both activities burned the same amount of calories, many crafters would gladly choose their needles over the treadmill. Unfortunately, it isn’t quite that simple. 

    Yahoo Makers
  • Fitness fashionistas strut their stuff in studios, on the street

    Workout clothes have gone high-tech and fashion forward. Trendy fitness studios, slimming fabrics and social media have come together to tailor a generation of workout clothes that are stylish, workout-specific and versatile enough to go from exercise to errands without breaking a sweat.…

    Reuters
  • Targeting The 'Superusers' Of Healthcare With Telehealth

    The consumer version of "telehealth" is both easy to imagine and easy to use. Faced with a healthcare event or condition (that isn't 911), a consumer uses a smartphone, tablet or desktop connection to engage clinical care in real‒time. The cost is relatively affordable (even outside of insurance)…

    Forbes
  • 3 Things The Healthiest Eaters Are Doing Better Than You

    According to science, the best eaters all the three things in common.

    Yahoo Health
  • Veterans Affairs Department Makes the Government’s ‘High Risk’ List

    Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald is trying desperately to convince the public that his embattled agency is on the road to reform.

    The Fiscal Times
  • The Best Way to Invest Money in an Aging Population

    According to the latest report from the CDC, Americans are living longer than ever. If you're an investor, one sector offers you the best way to invest money in America's aging population.

    Motley Fool
  • Former player seeks solution for NFL's concussion problem

    Former NFL defensive lineman Marvin Washington looks at Saturday's sports schedule and doesn't see such a spectacular lineup. He worries that unless the league gets a grip on preventing and treating concussions, someday, the NFL will look a lot like boxing and horse racing look today. ''In 1950,…

    The Associated Press
  • Hawaii lawmakers approve Maui hospital privatization bill

    Maui's only acute care hospital and two other state-owned medical facilities could be privatized under a bill given final approval by state lawmakers. The legislation passed Friday clears the way for a ...

    Associated Press