NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The last decade brought several medical innovations, from a pill to prevent HIV to 3-D printed human organs.
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Dr. Denise Pate, a primary care physician at Medical Offices of Manhattan, visited CBS2 to explain.READ MORE: Biden Says The World Stands At An 'Inflection Point' In First Address To U.N.
“Now that 2020 is upon us and the next decade, we have so much to look forward to in terms of health and medicine. I think one of the biggest things, though, is that we will be seeing more personalization of medicine,” she said. “Medicine is no longer a one-size-fits-all situation for all patients and all people.”
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- Smart watches that can detect falls, heart rhythms, etc.
- At-home fitness, like Peloton
- Plant-based diets
- Virtual reality that lets people access their providers remotely
Watch the full interview above for more information.