What Makes Olympian Bodies Superior?

What Makes Olympian Bodies Superior?

What Makes Olympian Bodies Superior? The Olympic games are a time to celebrate the top athletes of the world in different sports. Winter and Summer Olympians possess an amazing prowess for athleticism and success. What are the factors that make Olympians different from the rest of us? Genetics Genetics literally makes us into who we […]

National Organ Donor Day

National Organ Donor Day

National Organ Donor Day Happy Valentine’s Day, and Happy National Organ Donor Day. Today we raise awareness for those who are registered organ donors. or those who want to become organ donors.On average, over 20 people a day die waiting for a transplant or a donation. Every 10 minutes someone is added to the organ […]

The Affects of Love on the Human Body

The Affects of Love on the Human Body

The Affects of Love on the Human Body Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. This holiday is nationally recognized as a time to celebrate those you love and care for. People like to show their affection with chocolates, flowers, jewelry, anything that can commercially make someone feel more loved. But what happens physically to the body when […]

Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week

Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week

Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week This week we raise awareness for Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week. CHD is defined as an abnormality in the heart structure, existing since birth. Any abnormality since birth is also known as a birth defect. A little less than 1% of the population was born with a congenital heart disease. […]

Tinnitus Awareness Week

Tinnitus Awareness Week

Tinnitus Awareness Week This week is Tinnitus Awareness Week. Tinnitus is defined as the perceived ringing in the ear. About 1 in 5 people will have tinnitus and other symptoms that signal hearing loss or an injury to the ear. Tinnitus is incredibly common, and we urge you to continue reading to raise awareness this […]

World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day Yesterday was World Cancer Day. Cancer is the six letter word that makes everyone silent. Everyone knows someone who has been a victim of cancer. About 40% of men and women will be diagnosed with some type of cancer in their lifetime. Assuming that 2/5 of people will get cancer, it is […]

Heart Disease is the Leading Killer in the United States

Heart Disease is the Leading Killer in the United States

Heart Disease is the Leading Killer in the United States Today is Wear Red Day. We wear red to raise awareness that heart disease is still the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Soma Technology understands the importance of raising awareness, and above is a picture of our employees […]

Groundhog’s Day

Groundhog’s Day

Groundhog’s Day Today is Groundhog’s Day. Punxsutawney Phil has seen his shadow and declared there are six more weeks of winter. Sometimes, it’s more like 12 weeks of winter. Below are a few tips on how to get through the rest of winter! The Flu Influenza Season is in full effect right now. The¬†Mayo Clinic¬†describes […]

February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month February brings about many images to mind. Celebrations of February include, Black History Month, the continuance of winter, and Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day uses many images of love, flowers, and hearts; which makes it easy to associate that this is American Heart Month. Primary Function of the Heart The heart […]

Apple Enters the Medical Records Arena

Apple Enters the Medical Records Arena

Apple Enters the Medical Records Arena An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but the company Apple is now the doctor. Apple introduced an app that lets users review their medical records. Some doctor’s offices have started the trend, where they want to have open communicating with their patients. They use a portal database […]