One Touch Of Doctor's Makes The Whole World Healthy
Being Medicos is a group of enthusiastic medical student’s and doctor who has dream to bring changes in the medical field through technology. The ideas are arises from the group of medical student’s who were passionate about doing something new which would provide quality education to the medical students and more importantly, provide affordable and quality health care to a large population of world.
We are dreamers and thinkers to make digitally advanced medical studies. we want to improve the healthcare experience for all humanity. We are guided by our values and driven by our motto to do great. These are not just principles for our products or our company, but they are a reflection of who we are as people.
Dr. Jitendra Kumar, Founder & CEO
- One More Reason To Cut Back On Alcohol: Study Says Excessive Drinking...
Chronic health conditions such as hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, stroke, liver disease and digestive problems are some of the known side effects of heavy drinking. A new study has found one more reason to cut back on alcohol. Researchers from the University of East Anglia say excessive drinking can lead to muscle loss and frailty with The post One More Reason To Cut Back On Alcohol: Study Says Excessive Drinking Causes Muscle Loss appeared first on Latest Medical News Articles - Being […]
- Next generation arms race could cause ‘extinction’ event akin to...
An artificial intelligence arms race between countries and corporations to see who can develop the most powerful AI machines could create an existential threat to humanity, the co-founder of an AI safety nonprofit told Fox News. “AI could pose the risk of extinction, and part of the reason for this is because we’re currently locked The post Next generation arms race could cause ‘extinction’ event akin to nuclear war, pandemic: tech chief appeared first on Latest Medical News Articles […]
- North American arrival of A(H5N1) influenza raises concerns of potential...
In a recent study published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers examined the phenotypic and genetic evolution of clade 184.108.40.206b highly pathogenic avian influenza A(H5N1) viruses following their spread to North America (NAm). Clade 220.127.116.11b A(H5N1) viruses spread rapidly over Africa, Europe, and Asia in 2021, infecting domestic animals and wild birds. Viruses of the The post North American arrival of A(H5N1) influenza raises concerns of potential pandemic outbreak appeared first […]
- Early life hardships echo into old age: Study links childhood adversity to...
In a recent study published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers examined the role of different adversities experienced at different life course stages on cognitive aging (i.e., level and change). Study: Adversity specificity and life period exposure on cognitive aging. Image Credit: myboys.me / Shutterstock Background Previous studies have reported on the effects of stress during various The post Early life hardships echo into old age: Study links childhood adversity to cognitive […]
- From the archive: The man in the iron lung – podcast
We are raiding the Guardian Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors This week, from 2020: When he was six, Paul Alexander contracted polio and was paralysed for life. Today he is 74, and one of the last people in the world still using The post From the archive: The man in the iron lung – podcast appeared first on Latest Medical News Articles - Being Medicos.
- Ultraflexible nanoelectrodes improve the efficacy of brain stimulation
Conventional implantable medical devices designed for brain stimulation are often too rigid and bulky for what is one of the body’s softest and most delicate tissues. To address the problem, Rice University engineers have developed minimally invasive, ultraflexible nanoelectrodes that could serve as an implanted platform for administering long-term, high-resolution stimulation therapy. According to a The post Ultraflexible nanoelectrodes improve the efficacy of brain stimulation appeared […]
- More depressed patients than previously estimated could have increased...
Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London has used an assessment of gene expression involved in the immune response to show that there could be more patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) with activated immune systems than research has previously estimated. By identifying The post More depressed patients than previously estimated could have increased activation of their immune system […]
- Daratumumab, carfilzomib, and pomalidomide for the treatment of POEMS...
Characteristics at diagnosis Of the 374 POEMS patients seen at Mayo Clinic, Rochester between January 1979 and May 2021, 16 patients received 24 regimens containing one of the agents-of-interest. All 16 patients were diagnosed between 2002 and 2018. Their median age at POEMS diagnosis was 57 years (range 39–79), and 15 patients (93%) were men The post Daratumumab, carfilzomib, and pomalidomide for the treatment of POEMS syndrome: The Mayo Clinic Experience – Blood Cancer Journal appeared […]
- Rigorous and rapid evidence assessment in digital health with the evidence...
IQVIA. Digital health trends 2021: innovation, evidence, regulation, and adoption. https://www.iqvia.com/insights/the-iqvia-institute/reports/digital-health-trends-2021 (2021). Guo, C. et al. Challenges for the evaluation of digital health solutions—a call for innovative evidence generation approaches. NPJ Digital Med. 3, 1–14 (2020). Article Google Scholar American Medical Association. AMA unveils playbook to speed digital health adoption. […]
- 181 Test Positive For COVID-19 After Attending CDC Conference
The tally of COVID-19 cases following a large gathering for a conference last month has climbed to 181 from the initial 35. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released an update last Friday on the COVID outbreak that stemmed from its 2023 Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Conference from April 24 to 27 in The post 181 Test Positive For COVID-19 After Attending CDC Conference appeared first on Latest Medical News Articles - Being Medicos.