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A top eSports player with a vast following in his native China announced his retirement on June 3 with a litany of health problems related to professional gaming.
As India's health system grapples with the coronavirus, doctors are increasingly going online to consult with patients suffering less critical or chronic diseases, while the south Asian economy prepares to emerge from a nationwide lockdown.
Nathalie Maikere sat at her dining table, her two children playing video games a few feet away, as a doctor in a lab coat unpacked her medical bag and took her temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
Christine Riel stared at the shopping list on her cellphone the same way Lewis and Clark might have once studied their maps, searching for a clear path forward while hoping to avoid any unnecessary backtracking.
On April 1, a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention emailed Nevada public health counterparts for lab reports on two travelers who had tested positive for the coronavirus. She asked Nevada to send those records via a secure network or a “password protected encrypted file” to protect the travelers' privacy.
From endless scrolling on Instagram to graphic TV shows such as 13 Reasons Why, US suicide-prevention experts have several theories for what has caused a surging increase in suicide among the nation's youth.
For a follow-up visit after her recent cancer surgery, Gail Rae-Garwood opted for a video consultation with her specialist, avoiding a long journey — and potential exposure to Covid-19 in medical offices.
Until recently, telemedicine seemed like one of those technological promises that was always in the future.
Borderlands Science is the name of a virtual arcade game inside Borderlands 3 that helps scientists discover just what goes on inside the human gut.
A pandemic forcing everyone to stay home could be the perfect moment for online grocery services. In practice, they've been struggling to keep up with a surge in orders.