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 •  October 18, 2016

Yana Shapiro relaxes while taking an intravenous vitamin treatment at RestoreIV in Philadelphia. Yana Shapiro is a partner at a Philadelphia law firm, has an exhausting travel schedule and two boys, ages 9 and 4. When she feels run-down from juggling everything and feels a cold coming on, she books an appointment for an intravenous infusion of...

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 •  October 17, 2016

Yana Shapiro relaxes while taking an intravenous vitamin treatment at RestoreIV in Philadelphia. Yana Shapiro is a partner at a Philadelphia law firm with an exhausting travel schedule and two boys, ages 9 and 4. When she feels run-down from juggling everything and feels a cold coming on, she books an appointment for an intravenous infusion of...

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 •  March 13, 2015

Walk past a patient's hospital room, and the flashing control panels on devices by the bed might make you think you're peering at the cockpit of a 737.
Medical technology can make patient care better and more precise. But the gadgets and computers can cause trouble, too. One big problem is that most of the devices can't communicate with one ...