What’s New In Medical Tech For 2020?

What’s New In Medical Tech For 2020?

As the U.S. population ages and the percentage of citizens over 65 continues to increase, healthcare consumers are taking advantage of a whole new generation of medical technology. Sociologists and anthropologists have been writing about that fact that millions of oldsters are delaying retirement until well past their seventies. Indeed, it’s not unusual for senior citizens to embark on new careers, sell insurance policies to life settlement companies for cash and basically reposition themselves for a completely new way of living.

The new year will usher in several new medical

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Pac-12 players threaten to sit out 2020 season over health concerns, medical coverage, racial injustice

A group of Pac-12 football players published a list of demands on The Players Tribune that they want met ahead of the 2020 season. If not, they are threatening to opt out of participating in fall camp and playing in games. The list of demands ranges from ensuring players’ safety — as they’re being asked to take the field during the COVID-19 pandemic — to an equitable share in revenue generated by college football and ending racial injustice in college sports and society.

“#WeAreUnited in our commitment to secure fair treatment for college athletes. Due to COVID-19 and other serious

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Colleges explore esports opportunities and others face budget cuts

While the coronavirus pandemic has caused uncertainty about whether college athletics programs will be able to compete this fall, it has also spurred some colleges to more aggressively market their competitive esports teams. But the pandemic has also stalled plans by some institutions to expand or create esports programs.

At a time when in-person gatherings and high-contact sports are discouraged by public health experts, esports can easily operate in a remote setting. All that’s needed for students or fans to watch or participate in esports in most cases is a computer and internet connection.

The cancellation of spring athletics and

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UF Health Shands Hospital ranked best in Florida, among nation’s elite in wide range of specialties – News

July 28, 2020

By Bill Levesque

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida Health Shands Hospital emerged as Florida’s top health center and one of the nation’s elite today in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-21 Best Hospitals survey, with a remarkable nine medical specialties placing in the nation’s Top 50 — more than any other hospital in the Sunshine State.

Having nine specialties rank among the best in the United States is a feat seldom achieved by the vast majority of the 5,000 hospitals around the nation analyzed in the annual U.S. News report.

“I am extremely proud of

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