If I was an art teacher, I would make “The Colour of Ink” part of my curriculum every year. The documentary, which premieres at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), is one of those humble, understated gems that could easily be missed in the hustle-and-bustle of flashier, sexier films. The subject matter isn’t exactly […]
Technology is continually becoming more developed, and there are changes that come to the digital industry all of the time which improve every aspect of life in some way. Even the medical industry relies heavily on technology in order to meet patients’ needs in a better way and to allow doctors to perform their jobs […]
Good Doctor Delves Into Racial Profiling in Medicine — Plus, Is Shaun Really Falling for Someone Other Than Lea?
RELATED STORIES Monday’s episode of The Good Doctor not only addressed racial profiling in modern medicine, but forced one of the residents to take a good, hard look in the mirror and confront her own preconceived notions. After misdiagnosing a patient, Claire made a disconcerting discovery about certain practices at the hospital. When it comes […]
Article was originally published on Aedit. From smart speakers in the operating room to virtual diagnosis and treatment plans, The AEDITION looks at a few of the ways artificial intelligence is shaking up the medical industry. We may not be at the point where you overhear your surgeon saying, “Hey, Google, pass the scalpel,” but […]
TSA workers are reportedly living in their cars and not taking medicine because they can’t afford it
Joe Raedle/Getty Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees are feeling the strain of a federal government shutdown that has reached its 34th day. A TSA worker from Kona, Hawaii, has begun living in his van six days per week because he can no longer afford to commute to and from his home, Hawaii News Now reports. […]
When an elderly Lakota woman limped into the medical tent, one foot sporting a painful burn, Linda Black Elk knew just the herb that would help. She began boiling yarrow, a plant that blossoms golden yellow and has been prized for its healing properties for centuries. Though she had applied the remedy countless times, Black […]
The #MeToo movement has brought down powerful men for allegations of sexual misconduct, but a commentary in a medical journal has found an unflattering side effect. It says #MeToo is preventing women in the medical profession from receiving mentorship opportunities from their male peers.
This year’s Nobel Prize recipients will be revealed starting Monday with the prize for medicine or physiology.
Last week research that looked at data examining almost 1.3 million people revealed no link whatsoever of high total cholesterol or “bad cholesterol” with heart disease. Lead author Uffe Ravskov told New Scientist last year “the cholesterol campaign is the greatest medical scandal of modern time”. The fear of cholesterol has driven a multibillion pound […]
Discoveries about what makes our internal clocks tick could create new treatments for conditions like epilepsy, diabetes and heart disease.