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AMA: Telemedicine use by docs is exception rather than rule

The first nationally representative estimates of physicians’ use of telemedicine has found the numbers lacking, according to the American Medical Association. Data from the AMA’s 2016 Physician Practice Benchmark Survey of 3,500 doctors, published in the December issue of Health Affairs, show that only 15 percent of physicians worked in practices that used telemedicine for… Read More »

Artificial Intelligence Diagnoses Heart Murmurs Better Than Expert Cardiologists

November 14th, 2018 Editors Cardiology, Informatics, Medicine, Pediatrics At the just concluded American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2018 in Chicago, Eko, the makers of popular digital stethoscopes, showed off a neural network AI algorithm that is able to detect murmurs better than a group of cardiologists. The study, titled “Artificial Intelligence Detects Pediatric Heart Murmurs With… Read More »

Queensland women practiced self-abortion much earlier than now! By Estella Clayes

   A recent data from a pro-choice counseling service revealed that Queensland women have been attempting for abortions in last five years, on their own. The service institution which offers to counsel stated the number has been as large as 100 in recent years. In the midst of Queensland proposing to decriminalize abortion, it still… Read More »