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11 Blatant, Obvious, Shocking Signs It’s Time for Women to Step Up and Lead - Ali Brown - The Shift - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “You’ve seen the signs. You’ve had a hunch. You’ve felt the old establishment crumbling around you. And now you’re witnessing women thriving more than ever. Hear me loud and clear: The shift IS happening. And it’s going to happen whether you like it or not. For women, it’s a wakeup call, [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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11 Blatant, Obvious, Shocking Signs It’s Time for Women to Step Up and Lead http://ow.ly/5srpe

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Doctors Can Now Check EKGs On Smartphones - Mobiledia - The Mobile Future - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “A new iPhone system lets doctors check electrocardiographic records with their smartphones, as the medical tools flooding the mobile market become more and more sophisticated. Researchers at Japan's Ohashi Clinic in the Medical Center of Toho University, along with The Medical Bank Corp., report developing the first-ever mobile EKG-reading system. Servers [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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Most Recently Shared on June 16, 2011 at 8:10 pm By:

hrana Hisham Rana, MD Doctor and Physician

Commentary: Doctors can now check EKGs on smartphones http://onforb.es/lwgQ75 - Because EKGs are AWESOME on 3.7 inch screens. #FAIL #health

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Leadership: How to Say ‘No’ While Also Inspiring People - Steve Denning - RETHINK - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “Leadership is all about focusing energy on achieving an important goal. In achieving focus, leadership is implicitly saying “no” to all the other less-important things that might be attempted at this time. In this sense, “saying no” to trivia and distractions is the essence of leadership. For instance, Steve Jobs. Steve [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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HealthTap: A Site That’s Really Focused on … You - Tom Taulli - Finance Corner - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “When it comes to healthcare information, often the first place people go is the Web. However, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project survey, more than half say that the information is no help. --There are many great health sites,-- said Ron Gutman, who is the CEO of HealthTap. [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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The Top 25 Newspapers on Twitter - Jason Oberholtzer - Charts and Leisure - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “I like Twitter because it is a popularity contest where everybody gets to see the results. Twitter is the modern Power Rankings of media and celebrity, or at least their Internet reach. Who is coolest person from NBC's Community? Joel McHale beats out Donald Glover 10 to 1. How aboutWilco [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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Medicine, Caught Between Algorithms And Rituals - Matthew Herper - The Medicine Show - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “Abraham Verghese, the Stanford physician and writer, has a beautiful piece in the New York Times that's worth unpacking a bit. He starts off by marveling about the performance of IBM's Watson supercomputer on Jeopardy, and thinking about how such a machine could change medicine: THE other day as I walked through [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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Can Cell Phones Really Alter The Way You Think? - Benzinga Insights - - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “According to a study from the National Institutes of Health, cell phones may alter your brain activity, and it could be potentially damaging in the long term. Researchers have found that less than an hour of cellphone use can cause brain activity to speed up in the area that is [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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EllenRichter Ellen Richter Nurse

We've always wondered about their effect! "Can Cell Phones Really Alter The Way You Think?" Forbes http://goo.gl/yF9rr #hcsm #MDchat #RNchat

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What Do The Internet And Electronic Health Records Have In Common? - Zina Moukheiber - Healthworks - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “In his State of the Union speech, President Obama cited computer chips and the Internet as examples of technologies that were originally funded by the government, and later unleashed new industries. Another piece of technology that could have been co-opted by the private sector, but unfortunately hasn--™t is an open source [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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Most Recently Shared on January 26, 2011 at 5:57 am By:

healthythinker Jane Sarasohn-Kahn - healthythinker Health Social Media

Opportunity to harness VistA electronic health records #ehr #hcit - government HIT unleashed to private sector Forbes | http://bit.ly/fugodx

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ForbesWoman Guide To Great Skin At Every Age - Meghan Casserly - Girl Friday - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “No matter her age, when most women look in a mirror, what she usually notices are her imperfections. Even Jennifer Aniston, who has long been thought to have hit the genetic jackpot in terms of glowing, seemingly ageless skin, has recently been shown to have been airbrushed to within an [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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The ForbesWoman Guide To Great Skin (At Any Age!) http://bit.ly/bsgPTW

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Are “Top Doctors” Lists Useful? - Science Business - research, innovation & policy - Forbes

blogs.forbes.com — “In January, I passed by one of Thomas Jefferson's Philadelphia hospitals on the way to work and saw a new sign out front. I took a photo (shown here) and forgot about it. I remembered the snapshot last week when a physician friend of mine in New York complained [...]View full resource at blogs.forbes.com

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dr_spikyhair Scott Iwashyna, MD, FAAP Pediatrician, Physician, and Doctor

Agree (until I get voted on) RT @Doctor_V: Short answer: No RT @matthewherper: Are “Top Doctors” Lists Useful? Forbes http://bit.ly/bGRM1p

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