Tag Archives: Medical

Expanded medical center, pharmacy in King-Lincoln District to offer groceries – The Columbus Dispatch

In 2017, Equitas Health opened a pharmacy and medical center in the King-Lincoln District, a neighborhood lacking in health-care facilities. Now, Equitas plans to quadruple its space in the Gateway Building on East Long Street so it can sell groceries that will include such staples as milk, bread, cheese and canned fruits and vegetables, along with… Read More »

Medical News Today: High-tech epilepsy warning device could save lives

Scientists have developed a high-tech bracelet called the Nightwatch, which detects 85 percent of all severe nighttime epilepsy seizures — a much higher percentage than similar devices on the market today. A new type of wearable technology may help prevent epilepsy-related deaths. Smartwatches are gaining popularity, and they often help users monitor their health in… Read More »

Medical News Today: Why do we love coffee when it is so bitter?

New findings show that people may be genetically predisposed to love the taste of certain beverages. Furthermore, this biological discovery could have far-reaching health consequences. Researchers are trying to get to grips with a complex coffee-based conundrum. Evolution is thought to have favored people who were able to sense bitterness. After all, sharp and unpleasant… Read More »