Monthly Archives: March, 2008

Smoking Became a Preventable Cause of Diseases Worldwide

I have few folks who were the students of ‘Oregon Research Institute’ participated in Smoking Prevention Program few years back. In their research, they found the effect of smoking on ones health and diseases are age-related eye disorder, deeper wrinkles on skin as they age and women have greater risks of infertility, bad skin, bad […]

Medical informatics in the United States

The earliest use of computation for medicine was for dental projects in the 1950s at the United States National Bureau of Standards by Robert Ledley. The next stage in the mid 1950s were the development of the expert systems such as MYCIN and INTERNIST-I. In 1965, the national library of medicine started to use MEDLINE […]