Tag Archives: Makes

What makes a good innovation partnership?

Can health systems incorporate disruption without introducing risk? In a word, no. But when startup innovators and health systems manage risk effectively, good partnerships emerge, and innovation thrives. At the Chicago-Israel Health Tech Innovation Summit, several innovation communities came together to explore how health IT startups can successfully bring their inventions to market. I had… Read More »

Being Intelligent Makes You More Attractive, Says Science

Do you gravitate towards people that will casually drop the word ‘superfluous’ into a sentence? Do you find those with endless streams of seemingly irrelevant knowledge intriguing? Well, there’s a reason why! And a scientific reason at that. Recent research from Western Sydney University to be published as an upcoming paper in the Journal of… Read More »

Inducing labor at full term: What makes sense?

For generations, midwives and doctors have looked for ways to imitate human physiology and nudge women’s bodies into giving birth. Synthetic hormones can be used to start and speed up labor. Soft balloons and seaweed sticks placed alongside the cervix can shape a pathway through the birth canal. Self-stimulation can spontaneously spark natural labor transmitters.… Read More »