November 7, 2018

By Anna Medaris Miller

Whether for a hangover or a chronic condition, don't seek the treatment before getting informed.

DAVE DICKENS WOKE UP one morning last October in Key West wishing he hadn't. "It feels like somebody is hitting me with a baseball bat in the head," recalls Dickens, a 60-year-old "play hard, live hard" kind of guy who had knocked b...

September 27, 2018

By Andrew Ignatov and Kamran Zamanian, Ph.D., iData Research Inc.

For the last 40 years, intravenous (IV) infusion therapy became as ubiquitous as cots and syringes. In the U.S., for every hospital bed, there are almost 2 electronic IV pumps used. Therefore, over the past few years, this has saturated market. However, this proved to be an arena for steady sales growth for both market leaders and technology innovators. The main...

September 25, 2018

Laura Davidson sits with the IV infusion "Ultraviv," drip at Reviv in Toronto. A new clinic promises to help Toronto's busy Bay Street financiers and overworked tech entrepreneurs cure their hangovers, shake off jet lag and even stave off the signs of aging through an intravenous drip.

Chris Young / The Canadian Press

August 17, 2018

U.S. Health care needs a wake up call from India

Global innovators are doing high-quality $1,800 heart surgery. Why aren't we paying attention.

By: Robert Pearl

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