A new study shows there are higher chances of getting the wrong advice than the right advice when searching the internet for medical advice. In one study conducted by Doctors at the Mayo clinic, health complaints were searched on main sites such as “google” with extremely low accuracy. In a different study, a low percent of correct diagnosis was shown when using health Apps. Although seeing a Doctor takes time and money, the world still isn’t ready to replace them with techno
A new study done on over 10,000 participants, checked how long we spend on our phones and how often we touch our phones. The research found that on average phone screen time was between 2.42-3.75 hours, and that the average user touched their phones 2,617 times!
Can we use this to improve our lives? We think so! To read the article from “The Indian Express” , click below: http://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/life-style/we-touch-our-smartphones-at-least-2617-times-a-day
A study published in December 2015 shows an alarming increase of 43% in ADHD diagnoses for young schoolchildren. The study followed children between the ages of 5-17 between the years 2003-2011. According to this analysis, there are 5.8 million children in the US alone with a diagnosis of ADHD.
Although the study was not meant to find the cause for the sharp rise, the researchers did raise some ideas, including the possibility of over-diagnosis. To read the full article publ