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Stress Management: the mHealth Solution

Stress is a huge issue for everyone in the world today. It can affect every part of daily life, from your health to your mood. Often, stress is a cause of things like heart attacks. For such a big factor, it is widely unmanaged. There are many tips and articles on the web for managing

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HONY and mHealth – the Importance of Community

In case you missed it, a little boy and a roving photographer just raised one million dollars in less than a month. The photographer is Brandon Stanton, of Humans of New York, and the boy is Vidal, a middle school student at Mott Hall Bridges Academy in New York. Stanton has been taking pictures around

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All the Talk About Vaccines; We Are Asking the Wrong Questions

The issues and questions wrapped up in the “vaccinate or not” debate are reaching an unprecedented high this week. Outbreaks of previously ‘dead’ diseases are bringing these debates back to the bright lights of mainstream media. From Facebook to CNN, articles arguing for and against vaccination are rampant, and everyone who writes and shares these

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mHealth and the Data Age

As we settle into the new year, a constant remains from 2014. We are still in a data-focused age, an epoch of innovation and information. We are focused on effective solutions and any method that will achieve that end. Television, radio, and especially the internet are all filled with advertisements and individuals claiming to have

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Predictive Analysis in mHealth

In the last blog, we discussed Walmart’s successes with predictive analysis using their data-gathering RetailLink software. The company is able to dominate sales because they have the information necessary to predict needs, and market accordingly. Walmart takes external factors like the weather, internal factors from their collected data, and combine them with demographic knowledge to

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The Walmart Method and Healthcare.

Walmart has successfully figured out the processes of predictive analysis. It begins with data collection. Thanks to their RetailLink software, Walmart and its suppliers are able to access information about their products on a wide scale. In depth information about sales is all at their fingertips. RetailLink records every sale in every Walmart in the

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MHealth and Information; the Future of Healthcare

There is a multitude of factors that make up the healthcare system. Information comes from hundreds of sources and combines to make up one person’s medical data. The more of this information the doctor knows, the better they can diagnose and treat their patients. Electronic Health Records are usually the doctor’s first resource in diagnostics

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Google & Genomes – the mHealth connection

There are many disorders today that are not infections or viruses, but genome issues. Treatment and prevention of these diseases is limited by the fact that genome research is such a massive field. Disorders such as Autism, Alzheimers, and Down Syndrome are a result of DNA structuring. As such, treatment and prevention cannot be approached

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Football and MHealth – an Important Connection

Healthcare is not something that is restricted to a doctor’s office or hospital. Medical issues happen everywhere, and illness does not wait for a convenient time to attack. Emergency response time is a constant factor in life or death situations. Often, even in cases of non-emergent illness, rapid diagnosis can lead to better treatment options.

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Fitness Band Craze – Helping or Hurting the MHealth World?

  Health bands such as Fitbit and Jawbone are becoming the forefront of the technological scene. Nearly every major company is exploring the fitness band craze; Apple and Microsoft both have fitness watch components coming next year, and other companies either already have bands out or are quickly following suit. Slim wristbands are appearing on

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