NEW YORK and ENCINO, Calif., Dec. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- healtheo360®, a web portal for people living with chronic health conditions, and Vital Options International, a cancer communication, education and advocacy organization, today announced the launch of the Cancer Collaborative, a global information network providing live treatment news, policy updates, and support services to patients and caregivers via healtheo360's Internet, social media and broadcast channels.
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Looking for a reason to get up and moving this summer? Check out this remarkable website that hosts an impressive database of runs and walks in your area. From 5K fun runs to marathons they have it all! Just select your location and find a race that’s close to you. Take special note of the races that raise money and awareness for a illnesses or diseases that may be near and dear to your heart.
With 4th of July right around the corner we want to make sure you have the safest and most enjoyable time you can! Firework related injuries can cause death and injury, including burns, contusions, lacerations, and foreign objects in the eye.
Loneliness and isolation can be as big of a health concern for senior citizens as heart disease, arthritis, or osteoporosis. Seniors are more susceptible to social isolation and loneliness. As they grow older their social network shrinks: spouses pass away, friends get sick, or people move away.
Social media and other social networks are fast becoming a large influence on the public’s health. It is a great resource because it has a plethora of tools, health information, and support. While physical space is decreasing for support groups, more and more are cropping up online each day and patients are turning to their social networks to research doctors, treatment options, and get general health information. Below are 5 ways social media can help improve the state of health.
Social media is changing the nature of healthcare. The following infographic illustrates the trend of interactions between patients and health organizations online. If done right, social media and healthcare can go hand in hand to provide better care for patients.
A bizarre expression of affection in Japan, known as oculolinctus, is resulting a massive rise in eye infections on a national scale. So what exactly is oculolinctus? Eyeball licking! Yes, seriously.
When health care policy in America is discussed, the focus immediately shifts to the question of how the bills should be covered and who should cover them, bypassing a bigger, more important question: Why are our bills so high in the first place?