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Two recently published studies conducted by Harris Poll assess American adults' perceptions of telehealth and telemedicine heading into 2017.
From simple evaluations of lower acuity ailments like the flu – to life-threatening ailments like strokes – telemedicine is changing the healthcare system.
Telemonitoring can be used in the home, at the scene of a medical emergency, in transit via ambulance, and in the hospital setting to measure patient vitals.
A reported 29.1 million people in the U.S. have diabetes - telehealth interventions such as virtual visits, could prevent further complications from the disease.
Type 2 diabetes is one of the most prevalent health problems in the US, yet there are still many undiagnosed cases. Learn about your diabetes risk.
Teleophthalmology provides a convenient, cost-effective solution for eye exams for patients with diabetes - and could be the key to saving their sight.
If patients can be encouraged to seek care from a specialist when their condition is in its early states, telemedicine will help reduce unnecessary hospitalizations and healthcare costs.
Researchers believe that by using their incredibly sensitive noses, dogs might be able to help sniff out diseases like cancer and help diabetic patients ...
State telemedicine programs are attempting to help reduce hospitalizations associated with diabetes and promote active and productive lifestyles.
Do you love the smell of coffee in the morning? By enjoying your daily cup of joe, you may begin to notice some of these health perks.
Currently 26 million Americans are diabetic and another 79 million have prediabetes, or elevated blood sugar levels. The lifestyle choices that you and your loved ones make can lower your risk for diabetes or diabetic complications.
Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the pancreas does not produce enough insulin...