Joshua Steinberg, MD, is a family physician and residency faculty, who also develops some of the best medical apps for primary care. We had the opportunity to interview him and ask several questions about the apps he developed and his future plans.
ESCAVO is a company that is best known for their sepsis management apps. We had the pleasure of talking with Daniel Nichita, MD, the President of ESCAVO, who told us more about the company, their apps, and future plans.
Are you contemplating organizing a memorial service for a deceased love one? Here's what you need to know.
Death hurts, but funerals can be a unique way to help humans — including young children — process grief and loss. How can you prepare your child to attend a funeral?
Many things can be a cause of bad fecal odors. Some are more problematic than others but can give insight into your current health status. If symptoms are too problematic, the best bet is to go to a gastrologist and not try to do something yourself.
Most people realize they have a choice between cremation and burial after they die — but some have a third option in the form of donating their whole body to science. What kind of person does this, and might this unusual step be right for you?
Different factors can cause stools that are foul-smelling. Your diet, habits or possible underlying pathologies can all contribute to what is occurring. It is important to learn what could be causing it and what you can do about it.
The Pillow app is one of the best apps to track your sleeping habits and patterns. We had an opportunity to talk with Panos and Spyros from Neybox, the team behind the Pillow app, and discuss their app and their future plans.
69 percent of Americans would like to arrange their own funerals. Only 17 percent have done so. What would you like to happen to your body after you die? To make it happen, you need to plan — but first, consider the pros and cons of burial and cremation.
Prevention is always easier than a cure and that is particularly true in the case of gum disease. Simple measures that all of us can do will ensure that gum disease does not become a problem for you or your family. Read on to find out more.