Teenagers' tobacco use hits a record low, with a sharp drop in e-cigarettes – Washington Post

15. June 2017 Health, HIPAA 0
Washington Post Teenagers’ tobacco use hits a record low, with a sharp drop in e-cigarettesWashington PostTeenagers’ use of e-cigarettes fell sharply last year, while overall tobacco use declined to a new low, according to data that some antismoking advocates said could signal a turning point in the decades-long effort against youth smoking. The Centers …Teens’ ...

The flying doctors: Drones could help save cardiac arrest victims – Hindustan Times

14. June 2017 Health, HIPAA 0
Hindustan Times The flying doctors: Drones could help save cardiac arrest victimsHindustan TimesA drone delivery is 16 minutes faster than the time taken by a traditional emergency medical response vehicle to reach a victim. fitness Updated: Jun 15, 2017 11:05 IST. Agence France-Presse. Drones. Drone delivery of the easy-to-use defibrillator …Drones carrying defibrillators could aid ...

Doctors just separated twin girls joined at the head in one of the world's rarest surgeries – Washington Post

14. June 2017 Health, HIPAA 0
Washington Post Doctors just separated twin girls joined at the head in one of the world’s rarest surgeriesWashington PostFor the first time, conjoined twins Abby and Erin Delaney can sleep in separate beds. The 10-month-old girls from North Carolina were born connected at the head, an extremely rare condition. Following months of planning and preparation, ...

NJ Gov. Seeks Ease in HIPAA Regulations for Opioid Fight – HealthITSecurity.com

14. June 2017 EHR, EMR, HIPAA 0
HealthITSecurity.com NJ Gov. Seeks Ease in HIPAA Regulations for Opioid FightHealthITSecurity.comJune 14, 2017 – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will likely propose HIPAA regulations be loosened in cases of opioid overdoses, according to multiple news outlets. Christie spoke at Morristown Medical Center to the Partnership for a Drug Free New …New Jersey (NJ) Poll – June ...