Tag Archives: risk

Exercise Helps To Reduce Risk Of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

According to a study, as little as 30 minutes of light exercise each week offers effective protection against subarachnoid hemorrhage, the most lethal kind of cerebral circulation disorder, with as many as half of affected patients dying within 3 months.[1] What is subarachnoid hemorrhage? Subarachnoid hemorrhage is a potentially lethal kind of stroke as a… Read More »

Why the value of HIPAA risk analysis continues to rise

The HHS Office for Civil Rights announced another monetary penalty and settlement for the failure of an entity to fully or competently comply with HIPAA requirements. More particularly, the entity in question offers yet another example of the absence of a risk analysis. The new settlement, impacting Medical Informatics Engineering, arose after the discovery of… Read More »

Prostate cancer warning: This sleep habit could double your risk of deadly condition

Prostate cancer could be linked to difficulty sleeping, according to a new study. Experts from the Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology analysed more than 80,000 patients – half of which had been diagnosed with a sleep disorder between 2000 and 2010. The night-time ailments included insomnia, excessive tiredness, nightmares, sleepwalking, sleep apnoea and… Read More »