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0 comments Posted 21 Jun 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
In 2005, during a visit to Paris, Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus proposed a joint venture to the chairman of Danone (spelled Dannon in the US). The objective was to supply Danone's delicious yogurt to the malnourished children of Bangladesh. They would add micronutrients to the yogurt so that if a... Read more
0 comments Posted 17 Jun 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
Last week, the second annual TEDxChapelHill filled the Varsity Theatre in Chapel Hill, NC. The seven amazing speakers—from the fields of ICT4D (information, communication, and technology for development), mHealth, engineering and design, and medicine—talked about their projects, trials, and vision... Read more
1 comment Posted 16 Jun 2011 by Heather LaGarde Feed
Charlene Caburnay from the Health Communications Research Lab presented to the Health Data Initiative Forum today about Ozioma, winner of the Health 2.0 and National Cancer Institute Developer Challenge.
1 comment Posted 9 Jun 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Today the Department of Health and Human Services and the Institute of Medicine are holding their second forum to discuss how health data can be used to support healthcare systems and patients in informed decision making. More than 40 companies will be participating, and the featured speakers... Read more
1 comment Posted 9 Jun 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
What does it take to find a cure for Alzheimer’s? Can we spare returning soldiers from post-traumatic stress disorder? The moon shot is on collaboration and sharing. And just as in the moon race, the challenge is far too great for a single group to undertake it alone.
0 comments Posted 6 Jun 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
"If I tell you that this is the greatest good for a human being, to engage every day in arguments about virtue and the other things you have heard me talk about, examining both myself and others, and if I tell you the unexamined life is not worth living for a human being, you will be even less... Read more
0 comments Posted 2 Jun 2011 by Leonard Kish Feed
What a difference three years makes. It seems quaint now that in the 2008 NEJM there were concerns raised about the flow of health information onto the web. Back then there was but a faint trickle of what could be entered, mostly by hand, and accessed on the web. Before HITECH and health care... Read more
4 comments Posted 23 May 2011 by Leonard Kish Feed
Last week a friend of mine posted on Facebook, “I need a new lawnmower. Any opinions on what I should get?” She received several responses. One person suggested a goat. Another posted a picture of an attractive shirtless man with bulging muscles gleaming with sweat as he worked in the yard. But... Read more
2 comments Posted 16 May 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
People often share more about their health and medical experiences on Facebook than they do with their own doctors. They talk about their experiences with illness, their symptoms, the medications they're taking, the side effects, what works, what doesn't, even various treatment options. It turns... Read more
4 comments Posted 12 May 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed

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