As anyone who ever led a marketing focus group will tell you - the ability to hear different voices, is crucial in order to cater to groups' needs.
So What do hemophelia patients want? If they are teenagers, the answer can be very surprising. Read More
If my love of the color blue is predetermined by my genes, do I have a say in the matter?
An answer was found at the TEDxKingsCollegeLondon under the theme "Beyond the genes: Identity, health, culture." Read More
Have you ever been concerned over the fiscal cliff? Global warming? Citizen killing in Syria? Concern hurts you, and helps no one. Find out how to help, making the world a better place, one cookie at a time. Read More
I have so many goals in life: to be a good parent, a dutiful daughter, to save money, to save the planet, to take better care of my health... and many more. But how often do we achieve these goals? Or even try? Here's a little secret on how to succeed. Read More
In James Bond Movies, the good guys win thanks to the right combination between astute comprehension of the human factor, and kick-ass technology. In the world of mobile healthcare, it seems, we have not yet reached this break-even point. Read More
Not to be a party pooper, but just like Yin and Yang, Will and Grace, budget and cuts, so do success and future challenges go hand in hand. The fledgling mobile and eHealth industry taking their baby steps, are no exception. Read More
Not taking medication as prescribed is an epidemic associated with poor health outcomes, and increased costs. I tormented over contributing to the adherence problem and not always picking up my prescriptions, until I realized absolution was one billing code away. Read More
If Ann's back hurt, why would Dr. Hillel Finestone, MD, ask about her love life? Sometimes, it appears, the two are related. And heartache is not the only reason to seek a physician who is also a pain detective. Read More
Even intelligent patients sometimes fail to ask questions. Should doctors provide the answers to unasked questions, or should patients be left to their own devices, often assuming favorable answers rather than inquiring for the truth? Read More
Sure, exercise is good for you. But aren't you more likely to go to the gym if the instructor makes you feel like you're in Hollywood, or if the opposeite sex (or whichever sex you are attracted to) checks you out? Read More