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Doing chores could reduce the risk of early death, according to a recent study published in the bmj. In fact, the findings of the study, which was conducted by researchers from the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, revealed that any level of movement reduces the risk of premature death.

 

A new paper published in Neurophotonics details improvements made to near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)-based imaging that may enhance brain imaging research.

While most of the action around healthcare AI beyond the U.S.’s southern border has so far been in research, tech-focused startup companies based in Mexico have been popping up to push things forward with entrepreneurial energy.

A multi-country study in Asia has revealed patients with both type 2 diabetes and heart failure face higher odds of structural CV abnormalities, a poorer quality of life and an increased risk of death.

Patients covered by CNA Insurance for long-term care will be getting reminders to take their medications via an AI-based app supplied by Groove Health.

Nearly 2 million healthcare workers aren’t getting the tools and training they need to safely care for patients, according to a recent survey from the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare.

With the Trump administration increasing efforts to force healthcare stakeholders to publish drug and care services prices online and in TV ads, will the initiatives actually do anything to lower costs?

Prebiopsy multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) paired with targeted biopsy can improve the detection of clinically significant prostate cancer, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open.

Research published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovations, Quality & Outcomes this month suggests owning a pet—in particular a dog—can be beneficial for cardiovascular health.

Nearly $107 million has been designated to more than 1,200 health centers across the U.S. from HHS aimed at improving the quality, efficiency and value of healthcare services provided.

A team of researchers in Iran, the U.S. and the U.K. may have cracked the code of the elusive polypill, they reported after finding their four-drug concoction effectively reduced adverse CV events in nearly 3,500 patients.

The American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) has published an open letter Aug. 19, explaining its decision earlier this year to recommend against gonadal and fetal shielding during x-ray exams.