This Mobile Ultrasound Startup Is Reshaping A $6 Billion Healthcare Market

This is a great article discussing health news from Forbes.com….

This Mobile Ultrasound Startup Is Reshaping A $6 Billion Healthcare Market
(Photo courtesy of Clarius Mobile Health) The ultrasound market is currently valued at $6 billion globally. Contrary to popular perception, the use of ultrasounds for women’s health andpregnancy follow-ups represents less than 20% of their overall use for healthcare. For example, adiagnosticultrasound is routinely used to diagnose a wide variety of healthcare
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Mous: Finally A Shock-Absorbing iPhone Case That Really Seems To Work

This is a great article discussing health news from Forbes.com….

Mous: Finally A Shock-Absorbing iPhone Case That Really Seems To Work
The bottom right quadrant of my iPhone screen looks like a mosaic of broken glass. Let’s just say previous so called shock-proof cases didn’t live up to the hype or promise. But I have renewed hope. A British startup company, Mous, is offering a line of “Limitless” cases that are
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Vomitting

There is nothing that makes my stomach turn as much as someone puking . . . whether it be a kid or a pet.  It’s the smell.  I can’t stand it.  Just call me a sympathy puker!

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Barf-o-rama

Do you remember the barf-o-rama scene in the movie Stand By Me?  I nearly puked watching that, LOL.  Why, because it’s disgusting!

There’s actually been research done on things like this.  It’s been shown that with some behaviors, your some of your brain is processing not only when you’re doing the activity, but when you’re watching it.  Perhaps that’s why I want to barf on the dirty carpet when I see my dog do it! Continue reading Vomitting

Chest Pains

If you’re having chest pains, don’t drive yourself to the hospital.

I heard about someone the other day that was having chest pains and drove himself to the hospital.  I thought, what the heck.  Not only are you putting your own life in jeopardy, you’re putting others on the road at risk.

I think every article that I’ve ever read that talks about chest pains mentions to not drive.  Why do so many folks still do it?

Seems like common sense.  Maybe it’s the overwhelming fear and reluctance of riding in an ambulance or your neighbors seeing you with a problem?  I don’t know.  Just don’t do it people.