Scientists have developed a tiny sensor that can track certain chemicals and nutrients. But the potential uses of the sensor extend beyond diet.
Researchers analyzed language used in the subreddit r/depression to gauge the community’s long-term effects and the readability of user posts.
The vast majority of incidents involved the program being billed for a telehealth encounter that did not originate in a rural location. 
A team of students at Rice University developed an app that uses visual cues to mitigate that vexing symptom.
Johns Hopkins University researchers developed an app that collects patient data. Better information could boost precision medicine.
“When I came home in 2005, I don’t think there were as many programs like this in existence,” Road Home Program psychologist Blake Schroedter said.
How mHealth is striving to fight surgical complications.
150 million exposed accounts is far too many. It’s time for patients, tech companies, and healthcare organizations to adapt.
Cognitive behavioral therapy delivered online allows patients to access treatment at home. Is that the key?
"Even the term ‘concierge medicine’ we think is problematic. Our best shot might be ‘personal online doctor.’ 'Telehealth' is not the right word."
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