Enhance expression and exploration for a healing world
A customer since the early '80s, I have alway been impressed with my Apple products and services. I have seen them leave the research market and now return. But the best news of all in their recent announcement regarding healthcare. Bravo - read more:
"If we don’t fix that our grandchildren get battered by weather and planetary upheavals that are so savage, unpredictable and continuous that nothing else really matters."
Back in 1988, the WHO, CDC, UNICEF and the service club Rotary International embarked on an ambitious plan to get rid of polio. (The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation joined the polio eradication partnership in the last decade.) At the time, there were three strains of the virus circulating... Read the full article at the link below.
For six years, The Wall Street Journal followed a group of parents and scientists seeking a treatment for a rare and fatal genetic disease that strikes primarily children. Their collaboration accelerated development of a promising drug and, along the way, pushed the boundaries of medical research itself. See the story for yourself:
I'd like to see genetic tests tracing ethicity to nutrition and metabolism relating to herbs and spices as natural pharmaceuticals.
Google announced a new launch into your health records, read this important overview of the future of your and your healthcare providers relationship with mobil applications. What comes to mind for me here -- what is really at risk ?
步步高升 / 步步高陞 (Bùbù gāoshēng)
A steady rise to high places! — "on the up and up"
In Mandarin: /boo-boo gaoww-shnng /
In Cantonese: /boh-boh goh-sshin /
Wishing you a year of growth through expression and exploration.
The super-convergence of science, communications, and technology not only demands proven success in each, but the strategic chops to integrate that expertise across everything done health. Let’s discuss the difference that makes all the difference in the world…
Thank you Nature for sharing this important study with the industry. I have seen this in my tenure at Whatman, the results can be devastating.
Now this is really unacceptable. You have to wonder who makes these decisions. Obviously someone who needs sensitivity training.
A little cautionary advice regarding healthcare Apps. Check it out, if you are currently using one or thinking of getting one.