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The bathrooms and bedrooms of the future where the internet of things connects all of the devices we select to serve us, may actually eliminate the need for travel to a visit doctor in her office or at the hospital.#TheFutureofHealthcare
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"Love her or hate her, one thing seems certain: Vani Hari is a woman determined to create a healthier world. And this force of nature shows no signs of slowing down." #FoodDesert
The "Food Babe" blogger is on a mission to bring transparency and accountability to big food, but she has some critics who'd like to see her stopped
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"Called "The Human Experiment," the film calls into question thousands of untested chemicals in everyday products and how they could be contributing to health issues -- ranging from cancer to infertility."
Sean Penn is the executive producer and narrator behind a new doc that explores potential dangers of toxic chemicals in household products
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"The fact that Infer has deep hooks into the plumbing of marketing automation platforms like Marketo and Eloqua help with the quality of data that Infer can expose."
As more and more companies offer predictive intelligence functionality to customers, there is a huge demand to differentiate and innovate within the space. Infer's new behavioral scoring solution is an example of this. Infer is a predictive analytics vendor that markets a range of applications all aimed at helping companies to [...]
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As Peter Drucker said, well before the advent of the information age, "The sole purpose of a business is to create a customer. " It’s clear that brand building will only go so far.
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Our ability to communicate has come a long way since our first cave paintings (Chauvet, France) however our ability to provide truly immersive visual experiences have grown in quantum leaps in the last quarter century. #Visual #Storytelling
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The VR medium enables your message to be delivered to your audience in a most compelling way.

Chris Milk understands that VR is a machine however he has seen VR enable people from one tribe to experience a day in their lives of people from a different tribe, the experience of walking for a moment in the others shoes.

I believe, as Chris does that VR the machine, has the potential to make us all more human.

#Empathy 
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"The app can be used to communicate protected patient health information, send media such as pictures and video, or send group texts. And everyone on the care team can use it – physicians, nurses, social workers, case managers, patient advocates, and so on."
TigerText announced this week that its bringing its HIPAA compliant messaging platform to the Apple Watch.
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DR. Oz is under attack again. He says his syndicated program, "The Dr. Oz Show" is about providing hope to his audience of millions.

Is Dr. Oz a good guy or one of the bad guys simply out to make gobs of money, I don't know. What do you think?
Critics claim the popular TV doctor displays an "egregious lack of integrity" by promoting "quack treatments"
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Soon, your doctor may be able to see real-time health information from your Apple Watch or Fitbit, and IBM's Watson—the smart computing system that once won Jeapordy!—could be the software that makes it happen
The new partnership between IBM, Apple, Johnson & Johnson, and Medtronic is one more sign of a new era of data-driven medical care.
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The aim of ART is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. 

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