Early Detect Studios is a healthcare podcast series by CognitiveCare. We invite global healthcare industry leaders and scientists to share their views and insights on the importance of identifying propensity for risks and diseases early. We incorporate a 360-degree view of healthcare, including: clinical, evidence-based research; pharma; social determinants of health; payment reform; and policy.
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Postpartum depression, also known as PPD, is a clinical condition wherein pregnant or new mothers experience minor or major depression during pregnancy or up to one year after childbirth. It is a detrimental health condition affecting 12% of new mothers.Read more
Sepsis is a life-threatening organ dysfunction due to a dysregulated host response to infection. In simple words, when the body is fighting against a severe infection, some organs may function abnormally. This improper functioning of organs is called sepsis.Read more
Anemia is a condition in which the number and size of red blood cells or the hemoglobin (Hb) concentration falls below an established cut-off value, consequently reducing the ability of the blood to transport oxygen around the body.Read more
Cancer is a serious public health concern worldwide. As the second leading cause of death in the United States, it affects every socio-economic stratum. Nevertheless, certain groups bear a disproportionate burden of cancer due to social, environmental and economic disadvantages.Read more
Do you know that the propensity for certain risk factors that may lead to miscarriage can now be evaluated and quantified before and during pregnancy? A miscarriage (medically termed as a "spontaneous abortion") is defined as the loss of a fetus within the first 20 weeks of pregnancy.Read more