Harnessing Technology to Improve Medical Research

Looking for a book in a library is easy. It’s simply sitting there on the shelf, organized and indexed, waiting for you to pick it up.

Looking for the same book in a haphazardly arranged stack of books is not so difficult either. Sure, you’ll have to wade through the entire stack until you find it, but eventually you will.

How to Conduct Your Own Medical Research

Back to all posts According to Pew Internet & American Life Project, about 80% of all Internet users are using the Internet to search for a diverse range of health-related topics and the numbers continue to grow. This new study demonstrates that looking for health or medical information is one of the most popular activities […]

Five Questions to Ask Your Doctor

To the average person, the medical profession can be considered a mystery. Whether it’s the wonder of the human body or complicated medical jargon, it’s still true that regular people are far from understanding medicine.