Disease

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Trust Your Gut… to Break Your Heart

A New Study Links Gut Bacteria to Cardiovascular Disease Risk They say…


You probably don't need any vitamins.

Heart Health: Why You Probably Don't Need That Dietary Supplement

If you are like most people, you probably take some form of vitamin or other…


Menopause? Start estrogen replacement therapy sooner, to reduce heart disease

Hormone replacement therapy for post-menopausal women was once seen as a…


From Stress to a Resilient Brain, You Got More From Dad Than Your DNA.

A guest blog post by LifeOmic software engineer and biomedical scientist Chad…


Islet of Langerhans isolated from rat pancreas

Reprogram Your Cells to Fight Diabetes

“In healthy body, healthy spirit.” We all know this ancient quote,…


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A Short History of Sickness and Why Prevention is Best

Throughout history, societies, technology and knowledge have evolved…


Physician examining a girl with stethoscope.

Young at Heart: Heart attack rates are rising fastest in young women

In the battle for equality between the sexes, it seems women are on the verge…


By bringing together many different types and sources of patient data together in one place with high powered computing, physicians and researchers can begin to develop better ways to treat the right patients at the right times with the most effective interventions, given individual factors like cancer genetic information, tumor stage, demographic information, lifestyle factors and more.

What’s the Deal with Using Computer Modeling to Predict Disease Outcomes?

Receiving a cancer diagnosis is scary and accompanied by many questions. Will…


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What’s the Deal with Antibiotic Resistance?

“A post-antibiotic era means, in effect, an end to modern medicine as we know…


Child holding Valentine's day card up to her heart.

You Got Your Heart From Your Mother

Heart disease risk begins in the womb, according to a new study. A new research…