3 Lifestyle Changes for Better Health

Right now in the U.S. About 4 out of 5 Veterans receving care in VHA are overweight or obese. 1 in 5 Veterans actively uses tobacco products. Research shows that 3 health behaviors contribute to the development of 4 major chronic diseases. Together, those diseases account for 50% of all deaths, worldwide. Physical inactivity, unhealthy […]

Why is Patient Design Essential in Healthcare? / Episode 6 – The Medical Futurist

hi, this is dr. Bertalan Meskó, The Medical Futurist, and in this episode I would like to talk about the only expression anyone dealing with digital health must know to understand the context around the changes in healthcare patient design. First, let me tell you about the powerful community that has formed out of diabetes […]

Type 2 Diabetes | Nucleus Health

Type 2 diabetes is a condition in which your blood sugar level is too high. After you eat foods that contain carbohydrates, chemicals in your small intestine break them down into single sugar molecules called glucose. Next, the cells lining your small intestine absorb the glucose, which passes into the bloodstream. When the blood reaches […]

For Juan VA health care is convenient; prescriptions are refilled by phone and arrive by mail.

[MUSIC]>>Text: Juan, Air Force Veteran, VA, Health care>>Speaking: My name’s Juan, and I’m a United States Air Force Veteran. I joined the military in 1962, and got out in 1969. And then I joined the Veterans Administration system, I would say, maybe 15, maybe more years ago. Because I used to be self-employed, and I […]

Opinion | Childhood trauma is a public health threat. Our kids deserve better.

The Treadmill Desk! Fitness for Nerds

Oh, good morning, Hank. It’s Tuesday. As you might notice, I’m here in my new office and I’m walking on my treadmill desk Why did I get a treadmill desk? Well, two reasons, Hank First, I am a nerd and I heard that you could level up in your nerdiness by getting a treadmill desk […]

Type 1 Diabetes | Nucleus Health

Type 1 diabetes is a condition in which your pancreas does not produce insulin, a hormone your body needs to maintain proper blood sugar levels. After you eat foods that contain carbohydrates, chemicals in your small intestine break them down into single sugar molecules called glucose. Next, the cells lining your small intestine absorb the […]

How do carbohydrates impact your health? – Richard J. Wood

Which of these has the least carbohydrates? This roll of bread? This bowl of rice? Or this can of soda? It’s a trick question. Although they may differ in fats, vitamins, and other nutritional content, when it comes to carbs, they’re pretty much the same. So what exactly does that mean for your diet? First […]