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Dr. Henry Heimlich Uses His Maneuver At Retirement Home, Saves 87-Year-Old Woman 
Dr. Henry Heimlich didn’t hesitate. When a fellow diner started choking, the 96-year-old was ready to perform the maneuver that he invented. This all happened Monday at an assisted-living facility in Cincinnati, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Resident Patty Ris, 87,...
May 31, 2016
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Intermountain Healthcare Invests Millions in Startup Zebra Medical
   Intermountain Healthcare has invested $12 million in strategic funding with Zebra Medical Vision, an Israeli medical company. The partnership will accelerate the creation of Zebra’s imaging analytics engine and create neural networks that will use Zebra’s vast imaging dataset...
May 27, 2016
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Measure Blood Alcohol with a Fitness Tracker Like Device
A company that makes portable blood alcohol testers has won a national prize for a wearable version that looks like a fitness tracker and delivers results in near-real time. The San Francisco company, BACtrack, will receive $200,000 from the National...
May 26, 2016
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Woman Hacks Medical Device and Makes an Artificial Pancreas
Algorithms are boring until your life depends on them. People with Type 1 diabetes use algorithms all day long. They perform mental calculations to manage their blood-sugar levels, which are measured by hand with a finger prick, or with a...
May 25, 2016
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Revolutionary New Procedure KAMRA Could Replace Reading Glasses
Millions of Americans use reading glasses every day, but a new procedure could eliminate the need for some people. Donna Glenn, 51, took advantage of the new treatment, KAMRA inlay surgery, after getting fed up with her glasses. “I had to...
May 12, 2016
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State of the Art Proton Therapy Cancer Treatment Saves New Mom’s Eyesight
Orlando, Fla – An enormous high tech machine is providing new hope to patients across the country with inoperable tumors. Proton therapy is a precise radiation technique that reduces the side effects often accompanied by traditional treatment options. Thanks to...
May 9, 2016
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Smartphone Apps Helping in the Emergency Room to Make Decisions
The concept of shared decision-making in healthcare is making its way from physician offices into emergency rooms as hospitals look to become more patient-friendly. Mobile apps are helping to accelerate the shift. A piece in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday examined this...
May 2, 2016
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Samsung App Helping Premature Babies Hear Parents Voice
For babies, the sound of their mother’s voice isn’t just comforting — it can be the key to healthy brain development. That’s not easy to manage for premature babies stuck in incubators, though, and Samsung thinks smartphones might help out. Its...
May 2, 2016
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Drone Delivery of Medical Supplies Takes Off 
Although the convenience of having packages delivered directly to our doors within hours of purchase is still a ways away, on-demand delivery of medical supplies is becoming a reality. Earlier this month, Google was awarded a patent for a dispatch...
April 27, 2016
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