5 Questions with MARAbio Founder & Chief Science Advisor, Dr. Judy Van de Water Breakthroughs in the study of a sub-type of autism are powering a new area of precision-medicine to change the future of autism. MARAbio’s pioneering Founder & Chief Science Advisor shares her thoughts on what’s at stake and what’s in store. Guest […]
A market ripe for digital disruption in the 21st century Guest Post by Diana Hall, President and CEO of ActivArmor Fracture care has revolved around one solution for thousands of years: an application by wrapping wet material, like cotton, with plaster or fiberglass that hardens while drying – called “casting.” Throughout history, there have been […]
Guest Post by Michael G. Nathans, CEO and Co-Founder at WhisperSom Corporation Researchers have found that diabetes and ADHD in children as well as heart attacks, strokes, and Alzheimer’s Disease in adults are linked to unmanaged sleep apnea. Why? Because regular breathing while asleep is as important as having a regular heartbeat—and sleep apnea disrupts a person’s […]
Guest Post by Andrew Dahl of NOXBOX Concussions are a mild to moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) that can have serious long-term effects on the brain. The effects of a concussion can range from mild to severe and can last for days, weeks, or even months. Unfortunately, concussions are often difficult to diagnose. Delayed concussion […]
Funded by multiple grants, alum Russ Lehrman (PhD ‘81) is developing a new therapeutic to revolutionize pulmonary care, starting with preterm infants Guest Post By Brianna Foth Respiratory disease and related complications are a leading cause of illness and death in the United States, collectively costing the health system more than $170 billion annually. Respiratory disease […]
Written by Andrew Dahl, CEO of NOXBOX Concussions are a serious problem in the U.S., but they’re not well understood by the general public. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 7.8 million concussions occur annually in the United States alone, but it’s likely another 7.8 million go unreported. This is a conservative […]
Surgeries are getting more accessible, and doctors can now perform them with greater success. Read on to learn about some of the latest innovations in surgical technology.
Patients often give up on conventional treatments for sleep apnea because they might make it difficult to sleep. With so many patients not getting the results they need from conventional treatments, there is a need for new sleep apnea solutions. Look at conventional treatments and innovative solutions that could make a difference for many patients.
Transferring from a bed to a wheelchair can be physically taxing for both the individual and the caregiver. But what if there was a newer transfer assistive system that could help people get from their beds to their wheelchairs and vice versa without the help of a caregiver?
Cardiogenic shock is a complex pathology that verifies when the blood is not circulating correctly. The variation between different conditions and shock patients can make treating it difficult. This post will look at some of these complications and a new tool helping to overcome these challenges.