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About eHealthbook

An eHealthbook record is a representation of all the patient's data that would originally be found in the paper-based record. It contains all information ranging from pathology, radiology and clinical information that has been combined and structured in a digital form. An EMR replaces paper-based medical records by electronically documenting the information relevant to a patient’s healthcare. EMR encompasses the information and capabilities required to support healthcare service delivery, where the information is captured in a computer-readable form that supports interoperability and clinical decision support. In addition, it is likely that increasing numbers of consumers will have direct access to EMR systems. An EMR system comprises the clinical information and capabilities needed to deliver healthcare. An EMR system is used by healthcare providers for documentation, monitoring and management.

How to Use Lemon for Acne Removal

How to Use Lemon for Acne Removal

Acne, which is a long-term and common skin disease, appears due to the clogging of the skin pores on which the acne-causing bacteria, known as propionibacterium acne thrive. It is estimated that nearly 80% of people between the age group of 11 and 30 get acne at some point in their life. Sometimes it also affects people in their 40s and 50s. Acne is not dangerous skin condition but certainly it makes the affected area look ugly with its unsightly scars. Gradually it also affects the self-esteem of the suffering person.

There are many natural ingredients that are used to treat acne effectively. One such ingredient is lemon, which is not only cheap but also easily available at your home. You can prepare wonderful natural remedies with lemon for acne.

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Top 15 Super Brain Foods For Kids

Super Brain Foods For Kids

Children in their growing years need proper food for their overall growth as well as for their brain development. The foods consumed by children affect their learning skills and improves their ability to concentrate. Studies have found that food containing essential nutrients and vitamins has the ability to boost the brain power. Here are some tasty and healthy Super foods that will energize the kid’s brain for learning activity. These foods will ensure the proper working of the brain even in future years.

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Lunch ideas for people with type 2 diabetes

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Diabetes is a progressive disease with many potential complications. These include blindness, kidney failure, heart disease, stroke, and loss of toes, feet, or legs.

Diabetes is a progressive disease with many potential complications. These include blindness, kidney failure, heart disease, stroke, and loss of toes, feet, or legs.
Roughly 1 in every 11 people in the United States currently has diabetes, but although the condition may be familiar, it is hardly harmless. It is the country’s seventh leading cause of death, and people with diabetes have a 50 percent higher risk of death than those without the condition.

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10 Warning Signs Your Kidneys are Not Working Properly

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10 Warning Signs Your Kidneys are Not Working Properly

The kidneys are a pair of organs that are located toward your lower back. One kidney is located on each side of your spine. Kidneys filter your blood and remove toxins from your body. The kidneys send toxins to your bladder and your body later removes toxins during the process of urination.

What is Kidney Failure?

Kidney failure occurs when the kidneys lose its ability to filter waste from your blood sufficiently. Symptoms of kidney malfunction can be quite subtle.

But early detection is important for preventing permanent kidney damage, so it is essentialto recognize the signs that something is not right with these detoxification organs.

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‘Touchscreen – toddlers’ sleep less, researchers say

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Toddlers who spend time playing on smartphones and tablets seem to get slightly less sleep than those who do not, say researchers.

The study in Scientific Reports suggests every hour spent using a touchscreen each day was linked to 15 minutes less sleep.

However, those playing with touchscreens do develop their fine motor skills more quickly.

Experts said the study was “timely” but parents should not lose sleep over it.

There has been an explosion in touchscreens in the home, but understanding their impact on early childhood development has been lacking.

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Foods to eat and foods to avoid to fight breast cancer

Foods to eat and foods to avoid to fight breast cancer

While there is no one single food or diet that can prevent or cause breast cancer, diet is an area in which individual choices can make a real difference.

Breast cancer is a complex disease with many contributing factors. Some of these factors, such as age, family history, genetics, and gender, cannot be controlled.

However, there are factors that individuals can control, which include smoking, not exercising, being overweight, and their diet. Some researchers maintain that diet could be responsible for 30 to 40 percent of all cancers.

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Here’s How Much Water You Should Be Drinking

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For such a simple habit, drinking water has caused us far more than its fair share of confusion. How much do you really need? And how can you make sure you’re getting enough? Well, not to burst your bubble, but you can start by forgetting that whole eight glasses thing.

A common myth, the rule about drinking eight glasses of water every day isn’t actually based on scientific evidence.

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Appendix may have important function

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It seems we all might have an apology to make, as new research has confirmed that the Appendix isn’t the useless waste of space that we all believed it to be.

In fact, far from being redundant, it may well have actually been silently helping keep our immune system in check all these years.

Can we get a refund on that appendectomy?

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Mesentery: New organ discovered inside human body

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A new organ has been discovered hiding in plain sight inside the human body.Known as the mesentery, it was previously thought to be just a few fragmented structures in the digestive system.

But scientists have realized it is in fact one, continuous organ.

Although its function is still unclear, the discovery opens up “a whole new area of science,” according to J Calvin Coffey, a researcher at the University Hospital Limerick, who first discovered it.

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Eating more fruits, vegetables boosts psychological well-being in just 2 weeks

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Increasing fruit and vegetable intake may benefit psychological well-being.

Fruits and vegetables are a pivotal part of a healthful diet, but their benefits are not limited to physical health. New research finds that increasing fruit and vegetable consumption may improve psychological well-being in as little as 2 weeks.

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