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The daily email that arrived in physician Samantha Wang's inbox at 8 a.m., just before morning rounds, contained a list of names and a warning: These patients are at high risk of dying within the next year. One name that turned up again and again…
FibroFluttersSTAT spoke with 15 clinicians, researchers, developers, and experts in AI and palliative care to understand how such AI models are being deployed at Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, and a community oncology practice near Seattle
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Seth Rotberg, For the Inquirer
– Jul 1, 3:00 AM
Many of my peers are living knowing there is a tomorrow, presuming that it is as healthy as it is today. Unfortunately for me, I am living knowing that one day I could end up developing Huntington's Disease (HD), just like my mom. This means I…
FibroFluttersExcerpt: One of the scariest aspects of COVID-19 is how many people — especially healthy teens and young adults — might have it without even realizing it. It takes just one person to spread it like a wildfire
June 26, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2 The Not Mini Adults Podcast - “Pioneers for Children's Healthcare and Wellbeing” Jun 26, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2 This week we talk to Dom Raban, CEO of Xploro. Xploro came about as a result of Dom's…
FibroFlutters...personal experience as a father when his daughter was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma. Now, aged 20, she’s cancer-free, but when she was ill nobody told her what to expect and that made her feel scared, anxious and alone. Xploro - xploro.health
What's it like to travel on buses and trains as a disabled person during the Coronavirus pandemic? Wheelchair user Shona Cobb guest blogs for Carrie-Ann Lightley, telling us all about her experience of travelling to London on public transport in a…
FibroFluttersCoronavirus: Wheelchair Travel on Buses and Trains During a Pandemic
The outbreak of COVID-19 caused most businesses to change how they operate, with travel restrictions and remote work arrangements becoming commonplace around the world. Many in-person meetings and events have been cancelled or postponed, giving…
FibroFlutters'In this article, we explore the key considerations for successful virtual meetings and preparing for face-to-face meetings with social distancing.' mdgroup
Endometriosis myths hurt women as much as the condition itself. They also cause psychological pain when believed by friends and family. If we are ever to reduce the damage these rumors cause we must speak up and share the truth. Here are three…
FibroFluttersExcerpt: Most people believe that endometriosis pain and symptoms are centered around painful periods. While painful periods are common, they aren’t the only symptoms.
How to choose healthy snacks for you and your kids
The answer to the first question is that snacking is not necessarily bad and that if you can learn to snack well it can actually be beneficial. The issue is that many of us are not making the right choices when it comes to eating between meals.
FibroFluttersThere is no one-size-fits-all model for perfect eating. We all have different bodies and lifestyles which require different nutrients at different times. So it is not possible to provide a set regime for all.
A birth defect, or congenital anomaly, is any medical condition a person has from birth. Congenital means acquired in the womb. These medical conditions range from mild to more severe. Some affect the organs or a single body part, while others can…
FibroFluttersMedically reviewed by Carolyn Kay, M.D. — Written by Claire Sissons on June 30, 2020