It is interesting to note that, from a statistical perspective, the benefits of telehealth are most-often utilized by young, technology savvy men. It is true that 20-something men and women can benefit from telemedicine due to its cost and time saving benefits, but the demographic that could undoubtedly benefit the most from VideoMedicine is the…

So you’re a VideoMedicine provider… Chances are, you are passionate about access to care for families in rural areas or who may be disabled, making it difficult to see a provider with ease. Or perhaps you joined VideoMedicine to take part in one of our enterprise initiatives or to offer telehealth to your own clientele. There’s…

The use of artificial dyes in food products has been a common practice since the days of ancient Egypt. As far back as 1500 B.C. substances such as red wine and mustard have been used to help improve the color of foods and fabrics, and the trade of such colors/herbs/dyes is a longstanding tradition. But…

Regardless of the “why” in your choice of VideoMedicine as a viable care option, the “how” is what should really be focused on to insure you get the best care possible. Some tips to consider to help ensure that you receive the best care possible: It is the patient who is responsible for initiating appointments, not…

The Summer of 2015 witnessed the explosion of a new buzzword/trend, “Dad Bod.” What is Dad Bod? We’ll let Urban Dictionary help us out. Dad Bod is a male body type that is best described as “softly round.” It’s built upon the theory that once a man has found a mate and fathered a child,…

My lovely wife has a T-Shirt that reads, “I’m sorry for what I said when I was hungry.” Everyone can relate because we all get “hangry,” the combination of “hungry” and “angry.” So what exactly causes us to be hangry? A combination of bodily responses combined with our thousands of years of nature versus nurture….

You may want to sit down for this news… then stand up for this news… then sit down again… and stand up one more time. A recent study published in the European Heart Journal, conducted in Australia, concluded that participants who spent more time standing and moving during the course of a week had lower…

The 3D Printing of Prosthetic Limbs and Organs – The Future of Medicine: According to the experts at 3dprintingindustry.com, “The earliest 3D printing technologies first became visible in the late 1980’s, at which time they were called Rapid Prototyping (RP) technologies. This is because the processes were originally conceived as a fast and more cost-effective…

- Top Cancer-Related Environmental Health Risks Explained – Nearly every day, we’re bombarded with unnatural amounts of radiation, micro-wave and UV rays, toxic chemicals, and artificial additives in foods which put us at risk for serious illnesses such as cancer. But how much does exposure to these items actually increase a person’s risk for developing…

Lemons – Good for Your Health and Your Skin – Most people know that eating lemons and/or lemon juice is good for your health. But did you also know that lemons can be surprisingly beneficial to the health of your skin?  Of course, it should be noted that lemons are not meant to be eaten…