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Does Blue Light Actually Affect Your Health?
Blue light before bedtime can make it harder to sleep, and the screens on phones, computers, and televisions emit plenty of blue light. This is all true. But if you’re focused on blue light as a major problem affecting your sleep or your eye health, it’s time…
Blue light before bedtime can make it harder to sleep, and the screens on phones, computers, and televisions emit plenty of blue light. This is all true. But if youre focused on blue light as a major problem affecting your sleep or your eye health, its time t… [+1790 chars]
Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker
2019-10-14 19:30:00




How to Take Care of Your Gut Health
We’re talking fecal transplants, probiotics, gut flora and more this week. Do bacteria in your GI tract affect your moods? How does your microbiome affect your overall health? We visit the lab of computational biologist Dr. Jose Clemente where he and his team…
Were talking fecal transplants, probiotics, gut flora and more this week. Do bacteria in your GI tract affect your moods? How does your microbiome affect your overall health? We visit the lab of computational biologist Dr. Jose Clemente where he and his team … [+3255 chars]
Alice Bradley
2019-10-08 20:30:00




PFAS ‘Forever Chemicals’ Are in Your Popcorn—and Your Blood
Food packaging can contain a group of chemicals called PFAS, which have been linked to immune, thyroid, kidney, and reproductive health problems.
Next time you pick up a pizza from your favorite pizzeria and toss the box in your front seat, think about why the grease doesnt saturate through the cardboard onto your upholstery. Or when you hear popcorn bursting in a bag in your microwave, consider why th… [+3470 chars]
Michele Cohen Marill
2019-10-10 11:00:00




AI Could Reinvent Medicine—Or Become a Patient's Nightmare
The Mayo Clinic will store health data in Google's cloud and use its AI expertise to unearth insights. But Google has made mistakes before.
That same year, Google entered into a data-mining partnership with the University of Chicago Medical Center that is now being challenged in court. This past June, a patient sued UCMC and Google, alleging that his and thousands of other patients electronic med… [+3656 chars]
Megan Molteni
2019-09-19 11:48:27




Verily, Alphabet’s other money-making, non-Google business, partners with Color on genetic analysis
Color Genomics, the genetics testing company, is partnering with Alphabet’s health technology focused subsidiary, Verily Life Sciences, to provide information from its genetic tests to the company’s Baseline Health Study participants. The emphasis from both c…
Color Genomics, the genetics testing company, is partnering with Alphabet’s health technology focused subsidiary, Verily Life Sciences, to provide information from its genetic tests to the company’s Baseline Health Study participants. The emphasis from both … [+1334 chars]
Jonathan Shieber
2019-10-10 18:54:31




I'm Beth Skwarecki, Lifehacker Health Editor, and This Is How I Work Out
Hi friends! It’s “How We Work” week at Lifehacker. I’ve been here long enough that I’ve covered the usual questions several times over. So instead of the usual phone/computer/to-do list hacks, I’ll give you a glimpse of my habits and routines in the area of h…
Hi friends! Its How We Work week at Lifehacker. Ive been here long enough that Ive covered the usual questions severaltimesover. So instead of the usual phone/computer/to-do list hacks, Ill give you a glimpse of my habits and routines in the area of health an… [+5885 chars]
Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker
2019-09-26 14:00:00




India bans e-cigarette sales and says there’s an ‘epidemic’ of kids vaping
India has banned selling, importing, advertising, and producing e-cigarettes amid growing concerns about their health risks and use among young people.
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge India has banned e-cigarettes as US health inspectors investigate a series of deaths linked to vaping. Reuters reports that an executive order prohibits selling, producing, importing, or advertising e-cigarettes. Fi… [+2096 chars]
Adi Robertson
2019-09-18 22:13:24




Oprah opens up about recent health scare
Oprah Winfrey opened up to Ellen DeGeneres about her recent, serious battle with pneumonia. HLN's Melissa Knowles has the latest.
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.

2019-09-24 13:58:33




6 World Mental Health Day tweets that will help you help others — and yourself
While mental health should be discussed every day, for those who have been reluctant to begin these crucial conversations, there's no better day to start than World Mental Health Day, celebrated annually on Oct. 10. This year's focus is on suicide prevention.…
While mental health should be discussed every day, for those who have been reluctant to begin these crucial conversations, there's no better day to start than World Mental Health Day, celebrated annually on Oct. 10. This year's focus is on suicide prevention… [+1365 chars]
Natasha Pinon
2019-10-10 16:23:02




DeepMind’s health team joins Google Health
Over the last three years, DeepMind has built a team to tackle some of healthcare’s most complex problems—developing AI research and mobile tools that are already having a positive impact on patients and care teams. Today, with our healthcare partners, the te…
Over the last three years, DeepMind has built a team to tackle some of healthcares most complex problemsdeveloping AI research and mobile tools that are already having a positive impact on patients and care teams. Today, with our healthcare partners, the team… [+2536 chars]
Dr. Dominic King
2019-09-18 13:00:00




SGS 2019 Harnessing the Power of Individuals for a Healthier World
Caroline Roan, Vice President of Pfizer Global Health & Patient Access and President of The Pfizer Foundation, examines the qualities of individual innovation. Read more... More about Health, Mashable Video, Pfizer, Social Good Summit 2019, and Social Good

Danica D'Souza
2019-09-25 22:08:39




The Huge Amount of Waste in the U.S. Health System
A study finds evidence for how to reduce some of it, but also a large blind spot on how to remove the rest.
That doesnt mean we have no ideas about how to reduce administrative costs, said Don Berwick, a physician and senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and author of an editorial on the JAMA study. Moving to a single-payer system, he suggest… [+2260 chars]
Austin Frakt
2019-10-07 16:22:24




Medicare insurers are starting to offer big Apple Watch discounts
In a major step in Apple’s push to market its Apple Watch as a health and fitness device, a private Medicare insurer is now subsidizing the cost of the Watch for its members, as first reported by CNBC.
The Watch can call for help if you fall Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge In a major step in Apples push to market its Apple Watch as a health and fitness device, a private Medicare insurer is now subsidizing the cost of the Watch for its members, as first … [+1789 chars]
Jay Peters
2019-10-08 18:56:41




Vaping Flavorpocalypse Comes to New York as State Health Authorities Order Emergency Ban
The New York state Department of Health’s Public Health and Health Planning Council approved an emergency ban of all vaping products with flavors other than tobacco or menthol—and have doubtless started a mad rush on mint, mango, creme, and countless other ty…
The New York state Department of Healths Public Health and Health Planning Council approved an emergency ban of all vaping products with flavors other than tobacco or mentholand have doubtless started a mad rush on mint, mango, creme, and countless other type… [+5935 chars]
Tom McKay
2019-09-18 01:30:00




Elon Musk’s future Starship updates could use more details on human health and survival
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has now given four presentations about his company’s Starship rocket, but all of those updates mostly focused on the vehicle’s external stats. Musk has barely touched on the technologies needed to keep people alive and healthy while on St…
Photo by Pauline Acalin for The Verge SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has now given four presentations about his company’s Starship rocket, but all of those updates mostly focused on the vehicle’s external stats. Musk has barely touched on the technologies needed to kee… [+10816 chars]
Loren Grush
2019-10-04 15:00:00




Vaping health crisis: the latest on lung injuries, exploding e-cigs, and seizures
Over the last several years, public health authorities have sounded the alarm about teenagers vaping — especially as the popular Juul vape took off on social media. But the more recent safety crises in vaping are a little more concrete: exploding vape pens, s…
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Safety studies have lagged behind the popular trend Over the last several years, public health authorities have sounded the alarm about teenagers vaping — especially as the popular Juul vape took off on social media. Bu… [+1594 chars]
Elizabeth Lopatto
2019-10-10 21:00:00




The 'Safe Abortion' App Gives No-Nonsense Information
Finding any accurate health information online can be a daunting task these days, and when it comes to abortion, there are anti-abortion groups specifically trying to mislead people who just want information on their own pregnancy and options for ending it. R…
Finding any accurate health information online can be a daunting task these days, and when it comes to abortion, there are anti-abortion groups specifically trying to mislead people who just want information on their own pregnancy and options for ending it. … [+1907 chars]
Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker
2019-09-25 18:30:00




Biology as technology will reinvent trillion-dollar industries
We face two major threats today: one to the health of our planet and the other to our own. Fortunately, biology and technology are creating fixes for the planet as well as for the human body.
More posts by this contributor We face two major threats today: one to the health of our planet and the other to our own. The U.N. says the global population will hit 9.7 billion by 2050, meaning more people consuming more natural resources than at any point… [+6322 chars]
David Riggs
2019-09-17 22:00:25




German court rules hangovers are an 'illness'
Judges in Frankfurt said a company selling anti-hangover drinks was making illegal health claims.
Image copyrightAFPImage caption The ruling comes days after the Oktoberfest beer festival opened in Munich A German court has ruled hangovers are an "illness", in a case against the maker of an anti-hangover drink. The firm was taken to court in Frankfurt… [+942 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2019-09-23 17:05:37




US vaping illness deaths rise to 18 with 1,000 cases reported
Health officials urge people to stop vaping until the cause of a mystery illness is identified.
Image copyrightGetty Images At least 18 deaths and more than 1,000 cases of a mysterious lung illness have been linked with vaping by US health authorities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said cases were up a quarter from last week. … [+1623 chars]
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2019-10-04 01:23:05
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