Tips To Lose Weight Without Dieting

Tips To Lose Weight Without Dieting Tips To Lose Weight Without Dieting : Everyone knows that to lose weight, you need to play sports and adhere to a diet. However, there are times when you have to resort to emergency weight loss. Moreover, this can be done without much effort. We will tell you how to… Read More »

Chinese railway worker, 23, was found to have deadly coronavirus after feeling headache 

First patient to recover from China’s killer coronavirus describes being treated in the ICU after going to the hospital because of headache Mr Huang, 23, works at a train station in Wuhan and fell ill on December 24 His workplace is close to the breeding ground of the virus, a seafood market He initially felt… Read More »

How integration of SDOH data is helping improve opioid response, pop health

As hospitals and health systems have become more aware of the key value of social determinants of health, the questions have shifted somewhat. Now, many providers and public health agencies are focused on more nuts and bolts questions: related to data aggregation and integration into electronic health records and clinical workflows. At HIMSS20 in March,… Read More »

What We Know About the Wuhan Coronavirus

An outbreak of a new coronavirus in China has killed six people and sickened more than 300, and has spread to at least five other countries. The first case outside of Asia was announced on Tuesday, as federal health officials confirmed that a Washington State man who had recently traveled to China had been hospitalized.… Read More »

New Pharmacy Partnership Optimizes Patient Care Through Data Driven Solutions – Yahoo Finance

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Avricore Health Inc. (TSXV: AVCR, OTC: AVCRF) (“Avricore Health” or the “Company”) and the Ontario Pharmacists Association (OPA) are pleased to announce the finalized partnership agreement to promote HealthTab™, a point-of-care blood screening tool for pharmacies. This agreement follows the previously announced Memorandum of Understanding signed between… Read More »

LDL cholesterol: How low can you (safely) go?

Elevated low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or “bad”) cholesterol is a clearly established risk factor for the development of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Lowering LDL with medications and/or lifestyle changes has been shown to lower CVD risk. Just how far to lower LDL, however, has remained controversial. Current guidelines developed by the American Heart Association, American College of… Read More »