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Should you apply to an accelerator?

By Luis Almanza


“A startup accelerator is built to foster rapid growth of its portfolio companies. It’s a man-made perfect storm of mentorship, access to technology, office space…

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The Need for Better Diagnostic and Individualized Tests for RA

There are several blood tests that rheumatologists currently use to diagnose and monitor rheumatoid arthritis disease activity. Rheumatoid factor (RF) is an antibody identified with RA and other autoimmune diseases. 84 more words

Multiparty Collabrations Are A Must For The Innovation Economy to Flourish

The old saying is that “no man is an island’ meaning that we cannot thrive on our own without connection to others. They are as  true today as they were then as the world was moving towards exploring their physical boundaries as we are exploring life science for healthy lives. 407 more words

Innovation Economy

Blood biomarkers for detecting Suicidal Intentions

“We cannot tear out a single page of our life, but we can throw the whole book in the fire.”
– George Sand

Suicides are the tenth largest killers globally.

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DIY Tiger Mom #FAIL

I bought inexpensive pedometers for the kids with the intention of recording the number of steps they take in a day for the following reasons: 177 more words


-Adapting to the Demands of the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act

Health care is changing, there is no doubt about it.  I received my copy of American Journal of Occupational Therapy today.  One of the first articles in this issue referred to P4 Medicine and Pediatric Occupational Therapy.   834 more words

Eleanor Cawley, M.S., OTR/L

A Vision for your Molecular Health

Medicine is undergoing tremendous change. Unlike today, medicine of tomorrow would be pro-active rather than reactive. Medicine would soon be personalized to individual patient’s genome. It would predict, and hence prevent, diseases even before they manifest. 108 more words