Unless a pet is under extreme duress, it’s usually hard to define the fine line between a mild discomfort that will pass on its own and something that is more serious. In many cases, we don’t know there’s anything wrong with our pets at all. The low-power, wireless PetPace collar tells us what’s going on inside them, including body temperature, pulse, respiratory rate, activity level, calories burned and body composition. The data is sent wirelessly to your phone after being processed. If it detects anything amiss, the app will message, email or send you a push notification. Plus, the data can be sent to your vet so they can begin monitoring the situation. The collar monitors everything from abnormal vitals to behavioral parameters; PetPace.com.
Inspired by the globally acclaimed The Front Steps Project, award-winning Photographer Wioletta Bublik set out to capture Miami families during quarantine. What she documented has been an inspiration for all those following her journey on social media and around the world.
As an emergency medicine attending physician at Jackson Memorial Hospital and Emergency Medicine Residency Associate Program Director, Mark Supino, M.D., shapes the education of young, talented physicians and delivers healthcare to the underserved population of Miami-Dade County, while doing his part to help eradicate health and socioeconomic disparities among patients of every background, ethnicity, creed, gender, gender identity and sexual orientation.