This past week, yet another inauguration technology conference took place. Although these conferences are somewhat different, they have a common lack of practicing physicians. A lot of what I see and hear about in the technology start up world would be better served by having more physician input.
Each year, more than 300,000 women across the globe die from complications associated with pregnancy or childbirth. The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate of the world’s developed nations, and our home state of Georgia ranks in the bottom three states for the rate at which mothers are dying.
Having your whole health history at the ready for an appointment can improve the quality of your care and can lower the price tag by reducing unnecessary tests. Two of the top ways that using a digital health history can get you better care are: bringing down your costs for care and increasing your chances for great health outcomes.
Help your littles and bigs get a consistent sleep schedule to fuel their academic performance this year with these healthy sleep routine tips recommended by pediatricians.
We certainly want to give our kids healthier snack options to tide them over between an early lunch at school and dinner, but it’s not always practical to make healthy fresh munchables every day. It’s much easier to reach for pre-packaged snacks when you’re running low on time. So having some pre-prepped healthy snacks on hand is a great way to get your kids to fall in love with smart snacking. Here are 10…
The Fourth of July is just around the corner along with sun, pool, parades, beaches, and grills. Sunscreen and other forms of sun protection are flying off the shelves, but the Environmental Working Group cautions about the chemical ingredients within some sunscreens. So, we’ve got some nutrition and natural sunscreen tips for enjoying some healthy, happy sunshine this summer.