As digital health matures, so does the population. Boston meeting looks @dhealth2018 and aging.

The BIO meeting is getting all the attention, but across town, today's dhealth Summit bills itself as a " national forum for health and technology leaders, entrepreneurs, senior care advocates and policymakers to exchange ideas, create new relationships, and foster disruptive technological and process innovations to improve the lives of the nation’s aging population." Watch … Continue reading As digital health matures, so does the population. Boston meeting looks @dhealth2018 and aging.

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Reading: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity.

From STAT,  adapted from “She Has Her Mother’s Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity.”  Author Carl Zimmer will be at Harvard Book Store. 7 pm,  5/30  Harvard Book Store, 1256 Massachusetts Ave.   Details, Abstract. "Thousands of species of microbes can live a single spoonful of soil. Although microbiologists have been naming species of bacteria … Continue reading Reading: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity.

Tuesday 5/8 at the MGH museum: Influenza — Then (1918) and Now (2018)”

The Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Mass General Hospital invites you to attend its next evening lecture. "Influenza -- Then (1918) and Now (2018)" will be presented by Martin S. Hirsch, MD, of the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm … Continue reading Tuesday 5/8 at the MGH museum: Influenza — Then (1918) and Now (2018)”

Make your own #pharmaceuticals Thursday at the #CambSciFest

Probably not, but you never know. Maybe someone will get lucky. Also know that today's (Thursday) cancer mini-golf tournament is rescheduled to Friday. Be a Medicine Hunter April 19 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Novartis, 22 Windsor St. Cambridge USA  Novartis scientists are hunting for new medicines that will change the practice of medicine and improve patients’ lives. Meet … Continue reading Make your own #pharmaceuticals Thursday at the #CambSciFest

Covering health care — from DNA to ACA — is a challenge. Three reporters share insights and tips at Harvard Law #healthintheheadlines

See #healthintheheadlines for tweets from Wenesdays panel of three top journalists on the challenge of covering healthcare today https://t.co/AboXfZ2VJU — COM 201 (@CO201) April 5, 2018 #healthintheheadlines is now wrapped up! Look for a recording of the panel on our site in a few days! Thanks to @jrovner @rachanadixit @sangerkatz and @emma_sandoe for joining us! … Continue reading Covering health care — from DNA to ACA — is a challenge. Three reporters share insights and tips at Harvard Law #healthintheheadlines

Boston events, week of 3/19/18: Will climate change kill us? Find out this week.

Ms. Marsa won't be here this week, but there will be a lot of talk on climate change. Monday Noon.  "Methane: A Uniquely Difficult Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Problem."   Robert Kleinberg.   HKS:  Bell Hall, Belfer Building.   Details. Tuesday 1p.  "Climate Change, Air Quality, and Human Health."   Patrick Kinney.   Harvard Global Health Institute, 42 Church St., Cambridge.   Details, RSVP. … Continue reading Boston events, week of 3/19/18: Will climate change kill us? Find out this week.

2/26 : Big chickens, big data and more. #Health and #medicined #events in #Boston this week

Pick of the week.  Tuesday  at 7: "Big Chicken."   Maryn McKenna.   Harvard Book Store, 1256 Massachusetts Ave.  Details. Mckenna is a clear, lively writer who owns this topic. Still time to get there Monday 2/26 11am"The Road to the Future is Paved with Data."   John Quackenbush.   Tufts:  Ballou Hall, Coolidge Room.   Details. Genomics has transformed biological … Continue reading 2/26 : Big chickens, big data and more. #Health and #medicined #events in #Boston this week