Doctors Turn to Telemedicine to Diagnose the Flu

Doctors Turn to Telemedicine to Diagnose the Flu

Flu season is here, and so far in 2015 it looks like it could be a bad one. For the first week of January, the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported elevated flu activity in 22 states. Complicating matters ...

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Why the Experts are Saying Telemedicine’s Time has Come

Why the Experts are Saying Telemedicine’s Time has Come

Telemedicine appears to be a major emerging trend in 2015. Not only is the technology necessary for providing medical care at a distance more readily available to large numbers of people, a number of other factors are coming together that ...

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Can Telemedicine Bring Prison Spending Costs Down?

Can Telemedicine Bring Prison Spending Costs Down?

Telemedicine is proving itself to be a major factor in keeping healthcare costs contained. Telemedicine, or providing healthcare services remotely through the use of store-and-forward medical information, phone calls, emails, and secure video teleconferencing, saves money and time on the ...

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Cialis for Daily Use: What You Need to Know

Cialis for Daily Use: What You Need to Know

Cialis is the most-prescribed of the drugs available in the US for treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). On the list of top selling, most prescribed medications compiled by research firm IMS for the 12-month period from October 2013 through September ...

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Viagra Could Be Key to Treatments for Ebola, Brain Cancer, and More

Viagra Could Be Key to Treatments for Ebola, Brain Cancer, and More

You may never have heard of GRP78, but it’s a protein that is naturally produced by your body, and its properties are making it an attractive subject for those who research infectious diseases and certain types of cancers. GRP78 is ...

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6 New Signs of Telemedicine Surging

6 New Signs of Telemedicine Surging

Telemedicine is poised to become mainstream in 2015. Though the technology for virtual visits between doctors and patients has been around for years, regulations, insurance coverage, and laws are finally catching up to the point that telemedicine has the chance ...

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Average Cost of Levitra is $35.03; Click for More

Average Cost of Levitra is $35.03; Click for More

Levitra first became available in 2003 in the United States. The generic name for the active ingredient in Levitra is vardenafil, which is part of the drug class known as PDE-5 inhibitors. Viagra and Cialis are also PDE-5 inhibitors, but ...

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Putting a Face to the Push for Female Viagra

Putting a Face to the Push for Female Viagra

Men who experience erectile dysfunction (ED) due to diminished blood flow have the choice of several prescription medications that address the problem. Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are the three big names in treating ED, and though the drugs can be ...

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Will Telemedicine Go Mainstream in 2015?

Will Telemedicine Go Mainstream in 2015?

As of mid-2014, three million American patients were using “connected” home medical monitoring systems, and by 2018 that number is expected to rise to over 10 million. Worldwide, nearly 20 million people are expected to be using home medical monitoring ...

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Can Viagra Combat Dementia?

Can Viagra Combat Dementia?

We don’t know yet, but a new experiment may provide answers. However, a drug in the same class as Viagra, tadalafil (the generic name for erectile dysfunction drug Cialis), is being tested in a small group of people over age ...

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