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Infographic | Nov 10, 2016

Keeping an Eye on the Numbers

Web-connected glucose monitors allow patients with diabetes to see patterns that may necessitate changing their treatment, but awareness and use of these monitors are low.

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Infographic | Sep 21, 2016

Power Your Life - Healthy Lifestyle Can Lower Risks of Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, but lifestyle changes may help lower risks of developing cardiovascular disease.

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Infographic | Jul 6, 2016

How Do Health and Wellness Decision Makers Define Health?

Addressing both health and wellness may be a new way of thinking for health professionals who work with patients and decision makers.

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Infographic | Jun 27, 2016

Rays of Hope over the Immuno-Oncology Horizon in NSCLC

We have seen a lot of great data coming out recently on immunotherapies as a monotherapy. At ASCO 2016, we started to see data and trial design for sequencing information. Combinations are coming. The monotherapy data it is about to get exponentially more complicated when the data starts to read out.

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Infographic | May 16, 2016

Who Is Using Web-Connected Blood Pressure Monitoring Systems?

Use and awareness of web-connected blood pressure monitors are low among hypertension patients. How often to patients use these systems?

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Infographic | Apr 27, 2016

What Triggers Your Asthma?

Asthma affects about 235 million people worldwide. What are the most common triggers around the world?

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Infographic | Apr 25, 2016

Health on Social Media - Asthma

Asthma is a common long-term inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs, hindering air flow and hampering normal breathing. In Spain, it affects more than 3 million people, both children and adults.

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Infographic | Apr 6, 2016

Users of Web-Connected Glucose-Monitoring Systems

Use and awareness of web-connected glucose monitors are low among diabetic patients. Do the patients using these systems have more or less control of their condition?

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Infographic | Mar 14, 2016

You Wear It Well - Use of Wearable mHealth Technology Is Low in China

New research from Kantar Health shows that few adults in urban China use wearable activity trackers, but many people with chronic diseases would be willing to use web-connected mHealth technology to enable their physicians and family members to easily access their health data.

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Infographic | Feb 23, 2016

The Voice of Patients with Rare Diseases

People with rare diseases have to become experts on their disease, so their voice is more present in the decision-making process. How do these patients feel?

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