It seems new and exciting medical breakthroughs are constantly being revealed on television programs and in newspapers—and there’s a reason for it: The 21st century has offered amazing opportunities for the medical industry. 206 more words
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The 3D printing market is in a holding pattern. The technology has great potential, but only a few trained people are able to unlock it. There’s a lot of excitement about what the technology could do 20 years from now, but a similar level of grumbling that the hype has created a bubble. 528 more words
A poem a day
keeps the doctor away
Meditation each day
keeps the stress at bay.
This is a rant.
Having been at the receiving end of “It’s all in your head,” before PMS was recognized as a problem, and before doctors understood that the word “woman” wasn’t synonymous with “histrionic,” it’s painfully clear that the medical industry doesn’t have all the answers. 253 more words
Technology is an integral part of the medical industry. We use some sort of technology regardless of what our job is, from electronic charting to the Da’vinci surgical robot, we use some form everyday. 54 more words
Medical technology companies are developing new technologies at a faster rate than has ever experienced in the past. In the first two months of 2014, Ghost Productions has been approached by more new clients and delivered more project proposals than the company ever has since the company was founded in 1994. 373 more words
Obamacare has made a lot of Americans very angry. The stories of canceled policies and expensive premiums continue to flow freely; they will get worse as time goes on. 736 more words