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Most Koreans want to continue using telemedicine in the future

Most Koreans want to continue using telemedicine in the future

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Most South Koreans are willing to use telemedicine again in the future, especially those living in rural towns and villages, according to a survey report commissioned by the Korea Health Industry Development Institute, an institution affiliated with the Ministry of Health and Welfare. FINDINGS The said survey was carried out online by Hankook Research in
New AWS global accelerator to address healthcare workforce needs

New AWS global accelerator to address healthcare workforce needs

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Clinician burnout in a post-pandemic world is a worldwide problem, with scores of clinicians intending to leave the healthcare profession. Not surprisingly, the resulting workforce shortage is already leaving many patients waiting for treatment. Amazon announced a new, global program this week, the AWS Healthcare Accelerator Global Cohort for Workforce Development, that seeks to help address some of today’s healthcare
Cornell Scott-Hill makes big strides with specialist telemedicine

Cornell Scott-Hill makes big strides with specialist telemedicine

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Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center in New Haven, Connecticut, as a community health center, always had faced a range of treatment barriers that made it difficult, if not impossible, for patients to attend in-person appointments pre-COVID – and for which telemedicine would have been a viable alternative. THE PROBLEM Among these barriers: the lack of transportation
Lomi Black Friday Sale 2022: This Editor-Favorite Smart Composter Is Up to $200 Off Right Now

Lomi Black Friday Sale 2022: This Editor-Favorite Smart Composter Is Up to $200 Off...

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This is not a drill: Fellow eco-conscious friends, the Lomi Black Friday sale is on, and you can save up to $200 of your precious dollars on our favorite smart, small-space-friendly composter for a limited time. I received a Lomi machine earlier this year and loved it so much that I penned a love letter to
USDA advice clears Turkey confusion before Thanksgiving

USDA advice clears Turkey confusion before Thanksgiving

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This week, many will enjoy a delicious meal on Thanksgiving Day with family and friends. Taking the necessary steps toward safe food handling and sanitation will help protect you and your loved ones this year.  With social media abounding in misinformation and confused cooks with strong opinions, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released
Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or flu

Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or flu

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Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or fluA cold or the flu can trigger an asthma attack. Here's why — and how to keep your sneeze from turning into a wheeze. By Mayo Clinic Staff If you have asthma, even a mild cold can lead to wheezing and tightness in your chest. Colds and
4 Endurance Tips From Elite UTMB Ultrarunners

4 Endurance Tips From Elite UTMB Ultrarunners

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WHEN YOU TELL someone that you're training for a marathon, the most common response (from non-runners, at least) is a combination of awe and incredulity. I heard this enough in the lead-up to running this year's TCS New York City Marathon. Yes, 26.2 miles is quite a long distance to cover over a few hours.
FSIS and the era of enforcement

FSIS and the era of enforcement

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Editor’s note: This is part three of a four-part series. Ten years after issuing the Pathogen Reduction; Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (PR/HACCP) Systems: Final Rule, The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) had not produced a single metric demonstrating progress in reducing pathogens or foodborne illness. Unwilling to acknowledge failure, FSIS rationalized
Children’s Rainbow Stacking Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard; Manufactured by Professor Puzzle

Children’s Rainbow Stacking Toys Recalled Due to Choking Hazard; Manufactured by Professor Puzzle

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Recalled Professor Puzzle rainbow stackers Recalled Professor Puzzle rainbow stacker -pink/blue Recalled Professor Puzzle rainbow stacker - green blue Name of Product: Rainbow Stacking Toys Hazard: The toy’s information sticker can become exposed and detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. Recall Date: November 17, 2022 Units: About 2,350 (In addition, about 600 were
Using an online pharmacy to buy meds? It’s buyer beware, FDA says

Using an online pharmacy to buy meds? It’s buyer beware, FDA says

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It might be tempting to buy prescription medication online, but buyers should beware, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns. While some pharmacy websites operate legally and can offer convenience, privacy and lower costs, others may be selling unapproved, counterfeit and unsafe medications, the FDA advises. Many unsafe online pharmacies do exist, offering prescription medications