Medwiser’s impact in 2013
Dec19

Medwiser’s impact in 2013

As the holidays and new year approach, I want to thank all of the volunteers who have helped support Medwiser in the past year. Medwiser has achieved some pretty awesome things in 2013. I am sure it will be a year we will look back on proudly. Here are just some of the amazing things we have accomplished: Launched an awesome new website In June Medwiser.org re-launched and nearly a month after traffic to the website skyrocketed!...

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Medwiser website engagement is shocking
Dec19

Medwiser website engagement is shocking

When it was first brought to my attention, I couldn’t believe it. Not only was the Medwiser.org website being viewed by over 8,200 visitors a month, but our engagement of readers rivaled some of the most popular websites on the internet! Using a powerful engagement statistic called bounce rate, or the number of visitors to a website that leave a website after reading one article, Medwiser performed better than CNN, the Wall...

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Sometimes cookies are a good thing
Dec04

Sometimes cookies are a good thing

Some people think cookies are bad for you. They may increase your blood sugar, weight or have other adverse health consequences. However, when it comes to HATS software, cookies are essential. They need to be enabled for the software to work. This video shows an error with HATS being resolved after enabling cookies from third party providers: How to enable cookies Here are links to instructions for popular browsers...

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World AIDS Day Launch
Dec01

World AIDS Day Launch

This week was the 25th anniversary of World AIDS Day.  December 1st is the day committed to raise awareness of the global pandemic responsible for the lives of millions. On this day, Medwiser was proud to release HATS–the HIV AIDS Test Screening software. This educational tool is one of the most advanced of its kind, employing artificial intelligence to let individuals know if they need to get tested. Why is HATS is so...

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What if Cancer got AIDS?
Nov11

What if Cancer got AIDS?

At first, this question might seem ridiculous. But that’s exactly what happened to a 7-year-old Pennsylvania girl named Emma. Well, sort of. When she was just 5 years old, Emma was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. After being treated with chemotherapy for over a year, her cancer relapsed and she took a turn for the worse. When it looked like Emma had run out of options, her parents signed her up for an experimental...

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