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Biotricity selects Providence Enterprise to manufacture company’s remote biometric monitoring solutions

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 14, 2017 -- Biotricity Inc. (OTCQB:BTCY), a healthcare technology company committed to delivering innovative, medically-relevant biometric remote...

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Heart disease: A news roundup on how women experience heart disease differently

Women are more likely to die from heart disease than men. [1] This month is Heart Health Awareness month and already there have been a myriad articles published on the subject....

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Stress linked to risk of heart disease and stroke

Researchers have recently found a link between the amygdala and cardiovascular disease (CVD). The amygdalae, or the “fear center” in the brain, are a set of small lobes in the...

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How virtual reality is shaping the healthcare industry

Virtual reality is not just for entertainment. It can be applied in numerous vertical industries and has been explored in the healthcare sector for decades. As VR becomes more...

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Data revolution will initiate technology’s aim to improve healthcare

That the average healthcare experience will happen with just a few taps of a smart-device is no longer science fiction. Eradicating wait-times, endless paperwork, and the trek to...

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Biotricity to showcase clinical-grade remote ECG monitoring solution Bioflux at Mobile World Congress 2017

REDWOOD CITY, CA, January 24, 2017 – Biotricity Inc. (OTC.QB: BTCY), a healthcare technology company committed to delivering innovative, medically-relevant biometric remote...

Social interaction can improve chronic-care management

“Health care is serious business, but who says it can’t be social?” says Dr. Asch, author of a new study that suggests social incentives may be a more effective way to...

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Clinical relevance spells success for medical wearables

In a recent interview, Biotricity’s CEO discusses the importance of ensuring the clinical relevance of medical wearables. The key lies in the distinction between fitness bands,...

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Raw food alternative to treating type 2 diabetes

There are myriad causes for Diabetes, but often prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes cases are preventable and, potentially, treatable to the point of being curable. Nutrition is one...

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BMI fallacy proves that diabetes isn’t just a disease of excess

The video entitled, "The New Face of Diabetes" presents the growing diabetes pandemic in India. Of the 1.3 billion people living in India, over 66 million have Type 2 diabetes and...

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Addiction is a chronic disease, not a moral failing

There are 27 million Americans that suffer from addiction to drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. Only 1 in 10 receives help, and the cost of addiction in America is upwards of $440...

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Wearable ECGs could reduce sudden cardiac arrest

When a young person dies during a sporting event, we can’t believe it. Or when we hear of marathon runners dropping dead from heart attacks, we’re stunned. Physically fit...

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Prediabetic? A review of the CDC’s prediabetes questionnaire

The Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) website, doihaveprediabetes.org, is an online risk test that is part of the CDC’s 2016 campaign against diabetes. [1] It presents facts...

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Recent research finds: Obesity has no “universal cure”

A recent New York Times article discusses the research of Dr. Frank Sacks who has found that there is no single diet or cure for obesity. Obesity, like cancer, is not a single...

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Life expectancy decreased in the United States, 2015

86,212 more people died in the Unites States in 2015 than in 2014, an increase of 0.1/year. This means that life expectancy for Americans aged 25 to 85 is getting shorter by about...

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Burned-out: The stressed and underperforming employee

Disengaged, burned-out workers cost the United States and Canada upwards of $550 billion a year. Brad Stulberg’s article discusses how the advent of mobile devices has made it...

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GenExers and millenials at greater risk of stroke

The latest cardiology research holds bad news for millennials and, if preventative measures aren't taken, for generations to come. The good news: research unveils that baby boomers...

Remote patient monitoring helps reduce hospital readmissions

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services estimated hospital readmissions were costing Medicare $26 billion annually, $17 billion of which could be avoidable with improvements...