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Ebola Fighters Enlist Texts in Bid to Curb Outbreak

The article was originally published on Bloomberg on October 23, 2014 by Chris Strohm

Aid workers in Liberia tried out a new tool this week to contain the world’s worst Ebola outbreak: the text message.

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Evaluations can't wait

Frequently in mHealth there are grand statements such as “mHealth-could-save-a-million-african-lives-by-2017“.  It is not always clear what is hype and what is real.

Dr. Inka Barnett  at IDS Sussex asked “ 461 more words

How To Promote Medical Devices in the EU

Promoting medical devices in the EU is a complex and messy affair. Among the key reasons is the regulatory vacuum at the EU level. So, what can medical device manufacturers do to promote their products? 352 more words

Mithun Sridharan

Ebola & Telemedicine, a Smart Combination

Ebolavirus infection. Education and Technology can help.

I’m not an Infectologist. I’m not an Epidemiologist either. I’m just a Surgeon.

Like many healthcare professionals, I have been thinking about it for several weeks. 817 more words


The 4 Best Foods to Eat for Stronger Nails and Healthier Hair

Looking good is just as much about taking care of your body on the inside as it is about using products on the outside. And we’re not just talking about your skin: 520 more words


THaW leads panel at Grace Hopper Conference

Two THaW researchers led a panel on designing mobile and wearable devices for health and wellness at the Grace Hopper Conference in Phoenix, Arizona on October 10th, 2014. 196 more words

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Nuts for Nutrition: 7 Health Boosting Nuts You Should Be Eating

I love nuts and eat them every day. Portable, convenient, delicious and packed with fantastic benefits, they’re one of nature’s most overlooked superfoods. If you’re trying to snack smarter and are looking for foods that sustain and enhance health, nuts are the answer. 892 more words