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Few seniors seeking health advice from Dr. Google

Home » Health » / no comments (Reuters Health) Even though most seniors have cell phones and computers, they still don't go online to find answers to medical questions, contact doctors or fill prescriptions, a U.S. study suggests. ... HealthMediciNet.com, 3 weeks ago

Zika Goes Viral

PERSPECTIVE While the Zika virus has its moment, few people are discussing the problems underlying the worldwide increase in emerging infectious diseases. Robert L. Dorit Most epidemics begin quietly. Beginning in 2015, health workers in ...
 American Scientist2 weeks ago

Zika Changes The Conversations Between OB-GYNs And Patients In Florida

Dr. Christine Curry says Zika virus has been a "game changer" in obstetrics and gynecology. Sammy Mack/WLRN hide caption toggle caption Sammy Mack/WLRN Late last fall, Dr. Christine Curry was at a faculty meeting with her colleagues when the ...
 NPR2 weeks ago

Free, secure, easy — Linux as an alternative to Windows and Mac

By: , July 30th, 2016 09:45 AM For the first time in her life, 62-year old mother Chit Bernardo used her son's laptop computer to go online and browse Facebook. She even went on to play solitaire and sudoku to pass time. What made this senior ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer3 weeks ago

OpenSSL 'ssl3_release_read_buffer()' Use-After-Free Memory Corruption Vulnerability

Vulnerable: Xerox WorkCentre 7775 Xerox WorkCentre 7765 Xerox WorkCentre 7755 Ubuntu Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS Ubuntu Ubuntu Linux 13.10 Ubuntu Ubuntu Linux 12.10 i386 Ubuntu Ubuntu Linux 12.10 amd64 Ubuntu Ubuntu Linux 12.04 LTS i386 Ubuntu ...
 SecurityFocus4 weeks ago
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Why Healthy Teens Are Taking A Daily Anti-AIDS Pill

Catherine Msimango, 18, takes a nightly pill that to protect her against HIV. "It's all about my safety," says the South African high schooler. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption toggle caption Jason Beaubien/NPR Every night at 8 p.m., ...
 NPR1 month ago
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Do mobile phones give you brain cancer?

Home » Health » / no comments Time to hang up? Credit: Shutterstock It is a question any mobile phone user would be keen to have answered and science does offer some clues. In 2011, for example, the International Agency for Research on ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

Cool temperatures, few mosquitoes make Games Zika free, so far

Home » Health » / no comments RIO DE JANEIRO So far, at the Olympics many feared would be the Zika Games, so good. With as many as one million people expected to attend the spectacle, half of them foreigners, Rio de Janeiro has not ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

Do sports protect teens from abusing painkillers or enable it?

Home » Health » / no comments As communities nationwide battle a growing opioid and heroin use epidemic, researchers and public health officials are scrambling to identify how abuse may begin. One of those sources, research suggests, could ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

App tailors wellness content to your habits

Home » Health » / no comments Your phone tends to be the creator of bad habits, but Dr. Deepak Chopra, celebrity alternative medicine advocate and best-selling author, wants to change that with his new app, Jiyo. The digital platform ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago
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