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Artificial Intelligence Algorithm Developed by MIT Identifies 98.5% of Covid-19 Cases

MIT researchers have developed an artificial intelligence algorithm, which detects covid-19 cases by the sound of their coughs.

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On-The-Job Experience with Crime Scene Cleaners

Ever wondered what happens at a crime scene after the detectives are done with their work?

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Covid-19: What Healthcare Can Learn From The New Fast Food Drive-Thrus

Burger King, Popeyes, Shake Shack and Tim Hortons are getting new drive-thrus to boost sales in the coronavirus age.

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Medicinal Truth in a House Divided

The US Preventive Services Task Force just advised the start of routine colon cancer screening at age 45 rather than 50. 

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Redefining Prenatal Care and the Childbirth Experience with VR

Utilizing VR for prenatal care and childbirth can help in monitoring the health of a fetus and reducing labor pains.

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The Sick Care Entrepreneur's Tool Set

A CMIO (Chief Medical Information Officer) recently opined that sickcare innovation and entrepreneurship requires the right mindset, skill set and tool set.

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Paradigm Lost: Pandemic Policies in a Sociopolitical Blind Spot

There is a relatively common, benign tumor of the pituitary gland known as a pituitary adenoma that engenders a unique form of partial blindness, or more accurately, visual field defect.