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That cartoon image of Popeye gulping down a can of spinach and immediately gaining the strength to defend Olive Oyl’s honor and win her heart is a classic. And appeals not just to my juvenile sense of humor but my concern for cardiac well-being. It has long been known, and widely touted, that a Mediterranean diet rich in fruits, vegetables, seafood, a glass of red wine and glugs of olive oil are good for your ticker. And leafy green veggies, like spinach, are known to have all sorts of health benefits. Well here’s another one you may not have heard of.

 

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In 1597 Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet’s Mercurio stated "Why, I am the very pinke of curtesie". This was maybe one of the first references that explained the expression "in the pink" as meaning to be in good health. But how might one impact rude good health with ink?

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Every day, in Ebola-affected countries, healthcare workers perform critical tasks that save lives and prevent the spread of the virus. Personal protective equipment (PPE) offers critical protection, but is a source of stress and discomfort, limiting wear-time to no more than 40-minutes and impacting the amount of care that can be provided for patients. In addition to this, lengthy infection control measures and complicated instructions leave no room for error, putting workers at risk.

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Clinvue will be presenting at AusMedtech 2014, Australia’s premier medical technology conference. Paul Fearis will be speaking and participating in a panel discussion on “What’s Hot and What’s Not” in the medical technology industry. This conference will take place in Melbourne, Australia from April 1-2, 2014.

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A team of Clinvue researchers recently embarked on a 3 week journey around the world as part of a front end innovation program aimed at providing our client with a global snapshot of their subject area. In total, the team immersed themselves in the clinical environment at 17 Hospitals throughout Japan, Germany, France, Turkey, Italy, and the UK, adding to the 2 months of immersive research previously conducted in the US.

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