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UC San Francisco and Cornell Tech are leading a project to enable Android phone users to access their health records in the same way iPhone users can.
The fall of two prominent researchers raises concerns about how medical journals enforce conflict disclosures and assure the validity of research.
Obesity among American adults continues to rise and so do the healthcare costs associated with the condition.
Blockchain may not be healthcare's interoperability savior, says a Cornell researcher who splashed cold water on the hype surrounding the new technology.
More patients are using personal health records, but a socioeconomic “digital divide” still exists, according to a recent study.
Cornell University has been granted $2.3 million dollars by NIH to develop a hardware and software package dubbed FeverPhone, aimed at diagnosing six diseases.