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The Voice of Optimum HealthThe Voice of Optimum Health

The blog of Dr. David Jernigan, providing valuable articles on living in op...

 
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Physorg.com internet news portal provides the latest news on science

 
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Timothy Bouré and his co-founder Geoffrey Lucks were both near broke when they moved to Dallas to join the first accelerator they entered after forming VenoStent, a company that aims to improve outcomes for dialysis patients. Failed dialysis surgeri...

With help from Apple, UCLA is launching a new three-year study to understand how factors like sleep and physical activity can impact depression and anxiety symptoms. The study will start this week with a pilot that will involve 150 participants drawn...

When you rely on costly prescriptions, few things are more alarming than learning your health insurance no longer covers it—and unfortunately, it happens more often than you may expect. According to new data from GoodRx, 15% of Americans have had a...

The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) is revealing the first beneficiaries of its Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx) program, and San Mateo-based Helix is on the receiving end of $33 million in federal funding as a result. Helix is a hea...

My family stopped wiping down all our groceries to "disinfect" them a couple months ago, mostly because of hygiene exhaustion. Then in May, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention clarified its own Web page about how COVID-19 spreads to state t...

William Aslet wrote that every July in Venice a pontoon bridge is constructed between St Mark’s Square and the Church of The Redentore/Redeemer on Giudecca Island. This Festa del Redentore ceremony is known for its impres­sive dis­play of firewor...

The chart above reflects the results of the new Economist / YouGov Poll -- done between July 19th and 21st of a national sample of 1,500 adults (including 1,222 registered voters). The margin of error for both adults and registered voters is 3.2 poin...