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How Does Artificial Intelligence (AI) Impact Healthcare?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) — also called machine intelligence — refers to the branch of computer science that is primarily concerned with building smart machines that are capable of performing tasks without human intervention or assistance. AI is ultimately intended to promote efficiency where human error can exist. The Artificial Intelligence markets forecast $116 billion in AI-related revenue growth by 2025. For a relatively familiar example, Apple […]

The Dangers of Vaping: Understanding the Risks and How to Stop

In recent years, a rise in cases involving seemingly healthy young people suddenly having trouble breathing has baffled doctors. With no signs of infection or any other underlying issue, doctors suspected the only other hobby the patients had in common — vaping. Throughout the United States, 805 cases of vaping-related respiratory illnesses have been reported in 46 states. These cases are linked to people who modified […]

Subtle Signs You Are Having a Stroke

Symptoms of a stroke may be dramatic — the inability to move, see, or speak — but they might also be subtle or non-visible to an onlooker or medical professionals. Subtle signs of a stroke may include dizziness, nausea, or numbness. A stroke occurs when oxygen-carrying blood is prohibited from getting to a part or parts of the brain. The inability to get oxygen to the affected […]

The Impact of Telehealth on Patient Care

The development of modern technology has led to huge changes in virtually every facet of daily life, with massive effects on healthcare, in particular. Technologies that were once a wild fantasy, like artificial intelligence, now play an active and important role in the healthcare industry. The ability to connect with anyone, anywhere, at any time has fundamentally shifted how patients can access care and resulted […]

The Impact of Healthcare Staff Shortages

A patient’s journey — from illness to recovery — is a play with many actors. Primary care physicians must diligently take note of symptoms and formulate treatment plans. Highly qualified specialists such as oncologists and anesthesiologists play extremely specific roles for which they are trained. Nurses, the largest group of healthcare professionals, must care for those in need and act as an intermediary between patients […]

Common Places That Can Get You Sick

It may not be possible to avoid germs entirely, but knowing which surfaces and locations are most likely to get you sick can help you protect yourself and others. Airplanes, daycares, and gyms are just a few of those common, high-traffic places which may expose us to illnesses such as a cold, food poisoning, or even a highly contagious virus like SARS-CoV-2. With the ongoing […]

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