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Helping people to live a longer and healthier life may involve more than curing or treating disease, The Washington Post reports. A study published in Health Affairs examined the health and economic returns that delaying the aging process may warrant using the Future Elderly Model, a "microsimulation of...
Consistent exercise and physical movement have been proven to be beneficial for bones and joints, mental health, and overall well-being. The Scripps Research Institute is now using the wearable Eksorobot, designed by Eksorobotics for the rehabilitation of patients who have experienced spinal cord...
Time reports on a study in JAMA that has shown that the use of protective gloves and gowns by healthcare providers when seeing all patients does not have a significant effect in the spread of disease. In the study, one group of doctors working in the ICU was instructed to follow a new protocol and to wear...