Dr. S Mark McKenna: “The Doctorpreneur” of Atlanta, GA

A physician knows better than anyone the changes that will improve their daily practice. They know what their patients want. And they may be sufficiently savvy with technology to see the possibilities.... Read more »

Top Self-Care Tips Varicose Vein Treatment from Metro Vein

Varicose veins are not like other cosmetic concerns that might go away on their own or improve with simple, over-the-counter treatments. These bulging, ropy, dark-hued veins are more than unsightly blemishes. They... Read more »

USHEALTH Advisors Spreading Cheer For The Holidays

USHealth Advisors (USHA) James Sackos Division continues to move the families of soldiers overseas by sending care packages to our soldiers. Just this thanksgiving, over 100 soldiers have received packages in fact.... Read more »

Eric Lefkofsky and Tempus: Precision Medicine Advancing Cancer Care Data

The number of US cancer survivors is on a rapid incline, and a large proportion of those diagnosed with incident cancer have survived a prior cancer, according to a recent study in... Read more »

Antibiotic Apocalypse Ain’t No Joke! Dr. Mark McKenna Helps Us Takes A Look

We’ve reached a tipping point in medicine, sounded by the WHO (World Health Organization) very recently. The over-use and misuse of antibiotics in animals and humans is contributing to the rising threat... Read more »
Dr. Mark Holterman makes a medical difference in Vietnam

Dr. Mark Holterman Inspires Volunteer Service for Compassionate Causes

Dr. Mark Holterman works tirelessly researching new therapies, performing surgeries, educating others with articles and lectures, teaching students as a professor at the University of Illinois and guiding medical students and surgical... Read more »

Canadian Toddler Can Only Eat Peaches,

A 23-month-old Montreal child with severe food allergies and DiGeorge syndrome can only eat organic peaches. Micah Gabriel Masson Lopez was diagnosed with the syndrome of food-induced enterocolitis (SEIPA) at the age... Read more »

Ontario Wants To Ban Eyeball Tattoos

After a young woman in Ottawa lost one of her eyes with eye tattooing, Ontario plans to ban this type of procedure, which would be a first in the country. The ban... Read more »

Alberta Study Using Fecal Capsules to Treat C. Difficile

Clinical trials in Alberta have shown that C. difficile can be effectively treated by oral fecal transfer. Fecal transfer, also known as fecal transplantation and fecal transplantation, involves taking the stool of... Read more »

Essential Oils Suspected of Acting As Endocrine Disruptors

The magazine 60 million, warns against the use of two essential oils: lavender and tea tree. These two widely used essential oils could cause hormonal imbalances by acting as endocrine disruptors. Essential... Read more »