As if cats weren't popular enough on the internet, redditor SteveV91 has uploaded some of the most adorable photos of the house pets hanging out with their nearly identical kittens. Whether simply lounging around or clawing at hard-to-reach places, the kittens are literal copycats of their larger counterparts. The series of seriously cute photos are also joined by images of other animals with their miniature companions. Each pair is sweetly interacting with or mimicking the other. So cute!
This post has nothing to do with chronic pain. It's just cute.
According to a survey of thousands of patients in Germany, Singapore, and the United Kingdom, the adoption of digital health services remains low because existing services are either low quality or not meeting patients’ needs.
Some executives in healthcare believe that, due to the sensitive nature of medical care, patients don’t want to use digital services except in a few specific situations; decision makers often cite data that point to relatively low usage of digital healthcare services In fact, the results of our survey reveal something quite different.
The reason patients are slow to adopt digital healthcare is primarily because existing services don’t meet their needs or because they are of poor quality.”
One of the more common myths about healthcare is that only younger generations want to use digital services. The survey also shows that patients from all age groups are more than willing to use digital services for healthcare. In fact, older patients (those over 50) want digital healthcare services nearly as much as the younger generation.
The result from the latest survey also indicates that the enthusiasm for mobile health has perhaps waned a bit over the years. Mobile health—the practice of healthcare supported by mobile devices—is often considered as the future of digital services in healthcare.
New York Times (blog) We Are Our Bacteria New York Times (blog) Some researchers have even speculated that disruptions of gut microbiota play a role in celiac disease and the resulting explosion in demand for gluten-free foods even among people...
A German court has ruled that some chronic-pain sufferers may cultivate their own cannabis. Five people brought the complaint after the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices refused them permission to do so.
Medical cannabis has proven health benefits, especially for those living with chronic pain.
Study: Gluten Can Damage the Immune System; CBCD Recommends Two ... Motor E magazine Gluten may damage the immune system and its ability to fight inflammation, according to a study published in the journal Diabetologia on May 29, 2014.
More and more evidence is emerging to suggest gluten is a highly-inflammatory protein.