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How CBD Oil Preserves a Traveler’s Health

Travelling is wonderful for the spirit, but it can be quite taxing on the body. Most convenient travel methods — cars, buses, trains, motorcycles, airplanes — leave you feeling sore and exhausted at the end of a long journey. Especially if you can’t afford luxury seats to make the trip more comfortable. … Continue Reading

Home-grown tech: Australian collaboration to deliver world-leading gyroscope technology

Australian researchers and industry partners will collaborate to design and manufacture the world’s most precise, compact and cost-effective gyroscope, in a new $8.7 million project. … Continue Reading

How is the Covid-19 pandemic impacting Thailand’s medical hub ambitions?

As Thailand begins to gradually ease coronavirus-related restrictions, the government is looking to cement the country’s position as an advanced medical hub in Asia. … Continue Reading

New Study: Spine Surgeons Take Care of Your Necks!

Indian spine surgeons J Naresh-BabuViswanadha Arun-Kumar, and DGS Ragu of the Mallika Spine Centre, Andrapradesh performed an observational study whose purpose was to analyze the surgeon’s neck postures while performing lumbar spinal surgeries. … Continue Reading

Digital transformation in healthcare services is accelerated by COVID-19, says GlobalData

The fast-paced adoption of digital technologies is emerging as a key element of remodeling healthcare delivery and scaling up systems. … Continue Reading

Telemedicine in Spine Surgery Ken Hansraj M.D.

Patients today are enjoying the freedom of seeing their doctors over their smart phone, tablet or home computer. This digital linking of physicians and patients is called telemedicine. As a spinal surgeon I am able to diagnose and treat new spinal conditions and to keep tabs on existing long-term conditions as after a spinal surgery. Yet, there is so much more to these visits. … Continue Reading

Lack of patient awareness is biggest challenge to telemedicine during COVID-19, says GlobalData

A survey conducted by GlobalData between 6 April and 20 April about the use of telemedicine during the COVID-19 crisis saw an overwhelming majority of respondents claim they expect telemedicine to play a very important role in the fight against the virus, as indicated by 67% of 853 respondents. In addition, telemedicine was rated by 28% of 935 respondents as the emerging technology that will have the greatest impact on managing the outbreak. … Continue Reading

“Penalties for not taking up private health cover must be suspended”: CHOICE

Consumer advocate CHOICE is calling on the Federal Government to suspend consumer penalties for not taking up private health insurance in light of the COVID-19 crisis. … Continue Reading

3D-printed body parts set for surgical training ramp up

A South Australian company that manufactures 3D-printed medical training devices is set to embark on a $10 million capital raising campaign so it can ramp up production post coronavirus. … Continue Reading

Biophysical Society Statement on COVID-19

As concern continues to grow concerning the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, so does the opportunity for misinformation to spread as the public searches for reliable information on infection and means of protection. COVID-19 has been detected in more than 60 locations internationally thus far, including the United States. … Continue Reading

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