WASHINGTON — Your next doctor could very well be a bot. And bots, or automated programs, are likely to play a key role in finding cures for some of the most difficult-to-treat diseases and conditions. Continue reading “Artificial intelligence and the coming health revolution”
SCIENTISTS seeking to supercharge advanced cancer drugs are looking in an unexpected place for inspiration: the toilet.
Teodoro B. Padilla
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For the first time since the siege of Marawi City three weeks ago, the national flag was raised to mark our Independence Day in the war-torn southern city. The hoisted flag at the Marawi City Hall on Monday symbolized the ongoing quest for freedom from the armed conflict, which has claimed the lives of many, including civilians.
By Nickky Faustine P. de Guzman
THE SHIFT TO primary health care remains one of the top aspirations of the Department of Health (DoH). But for now, this will unfortunately remain as a longterm dream, said DoH Assistant Secretary Dr. Enrique Tayag at a health conference on May 18 at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) office in Ortigas.
MIAMI — So-called “light” cigarettes with holes in the filter could be the reason why a specific kind of lung cancer has been on the rise in recent decades, researchers said Monday.