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Primal + Keto Cooking Made Easy: Primal Oatmeal

On mornings when a bowl of oatmeal is what your body craves, this hearty and comforting Primal breakfast cereal is exactly what you need. Coconut flakes, almonds, pecans, and the milk of your choice are blended into a creamy, oatmeal-like cereal and topped with fresh berries. Make Primal oatmeal in the morning or the night...

Long-term care communications platform closes $330,000 seed round

SafeKeeping, maker of an integrated, mobile-friendly care communications platform for long-term care, announced this morning the closure of $330,000 in seed funding from Solidea Capital and other unnamed investors. WHAT THEY DO SafeKeeping’s tool aims to cut down on non-emergency calls between care teams and patient families. Its integration with PointClickCare, another senior-focused EHR company, allows...

Despite growing availability of APIs for patient health records, uptake remains low

When it comes to health records, patients have more access than ever before. At many healthcare systems patients can now download records on their smartphone through an API, thanks to the 21st Century Cures Act. However, a new study published in JAMA found that despite the availability of these technologies few patients are using the capabilities.  TOPLINE DATA Researchers found...

“Why can’t I look like them?” How the comparison complex makes you hate on your body—and 5 ways to beat it for good.

Ever feel like the body you want is always just out of reach? Like you’ll never quite be lean, strong, fit, or healthy enough? Or that there’s always somebody “better” than you? Here’s how to stop hating on your body, and free yourself from the frustration of constant comparison. ++++ Caron Adderley lost 55 pounds over...

Questions to Ask Before and After Surgery

Share on: by Dr. Anita Gupta Why Does Communication Matter to Doctors and Patients Before and After Surgery? Hospitalization and surgery are demanding life events that lead to considerable stress and anxiety in patients. The fear of the "unknown" is a powerful force for the patient especially during the perioperative surgical time period. Unfortunately, medical errors...