New vaccine should offer effective preventative treatment for cancer patients
New vaccine should offer effective preventative treatment for cancer patients

02/28/2013

Scientists at the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center have recently published a study that could prove to be a game changer for the field of oncology. Continue reading

Study shows that pessimism may be the key to longer life spans
Study shows that pessimism may be the key to longer life spans

02/28/2013

According to a new study published the American Psychological Association American, adults with a pessimistic view of the future may be more likely to live longer than those who are generally optimistic. Continue reading

Researchers uncover new air-cleaning technology
Researchers uncover new air-cleaning technology

02/27/2013

Engineering researchers at Washington University have discovered a new type of technology for cleaning air that could better protect people from allergens and other airborne pathogens. Continue reading

Study shows CPOE prevented millions of medication errors
Study shows CPOE prevented millions of medication errors

02/27/2013

According to Fierce Health IT, recent research has shown that health information technology has notably improved the efficiency and accuracy of doctor prescriptions. Continue reading

Engineers developing 3D models for brain research
Engineers developing 3D models for brain research

02/26/2013

According to Fierce Health IT, the U.S. National Institutes of Health have recently approved a grant funding new technology for brain research. Continue reading

New efforts to expand the reach of mobile health to seniors
New efforts to expand the reach of mobile health to seniors

02/26/2013

According to the Mobile Healthcare Information and Management System Society, mobile health advocates are making a concerted effort to provide new technologies and services to meet the healthcare needs of American seniors. Continue reading

Text messaging service may transform healthcare marketing for prostate cancer
Text messaging service may transform healthcare marketing for prostate cancer

02/25/2013

A text messaging service designed to help prostate cancer patients receive alerts regarding chemotherapy could transform healthcare marketing. Continue reading

Facebook search capabilities could improve digital healthcare marketing
Facebook search capabilities could improve digital healthcare marketing

02/22/2013

For years, the world of online advertising and search engine optimization has been dominated by Google. Continue reading

FDA approves new treatment for breast cancer
FDA approves new treatment for breast cancer

02/22/2013

According to Bloomberg, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved a new breast cancer treatment to be marketed by Roche Holding AG and ImmunoGen. Continue reading

High cost of medication for asthma could prohibit drug adherence
High cost of medication for asthma could prohibit drug adherence

02/21/2013

When it comes to healthcare marketing for asthma, a recent study has revealed that the high cost of medication could be prohibitive for drug adherence and lead to greater risks for patients. Continue reading