Spell bounding are the ways of the Middle East. Healing Water, a Korean company specializing in therapeutic water products has announced a water purifier which cleans the water and even enriches it with hydrogen. According to the so called researchers … .
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Even Sarah Connor could not have envisioned this, an ad for a firm that specializes in compensation for injury caused by robotic surgery. We’re a law firm uniquely qualified to help. We are committed to helping victims of robot surgery … .
Regaining proper fitness after a stroke or an accident is a very cumbersome process, many patients due to lack of adequate physiotherapy and rehabilitation exercises never recover from their deformities. But that is set to change in Japan where Panasonic … .
While we are still going gaga over the possibilities Google Wallet and NFC has in store for us, Japan has been using it since almost a decade now. There are multiple technologies offering NFC based payment and data solutions in … .
You heard that right- wellness. That’s what Halle Tecco, an employee and founder of Rock Health, a nonprofit incubator for health-care startups, wants to do. The idea behind is to have games that can make being healthy easy, fun and … .
Korea based ‘Robot institute’ has announced that its robot the Medibot is ready for production and will soon be available in the local market. The meter tall bot is designed to check the patients vitals and the Oxygen saturation (SPO2) … .
Who can be a bigger superhero than the one who does more than protect you from dangers? Behold, the HAL robot, who is there for you when your very own body breaks down. The robot suit was demonstrated and exhibited … .
I’ve always been fascinated at studies people conduct in the name of science. And I mean that well. Now, it takes a scientist to conceptualize a Blood Wars, “tournament” that aims to see which person has the strongest immune system. … .
Emily Rothschild has time and again impressed us with her innovations for the medical industry. From her Medical Nameplates to pill-popping carafe and glassware set, she ensures functionality making them ideal for patients. Her latest innovation, the rhodium-plated Medical Locket … .
If you are one of those painful patients who gags at the thought of popping a pill, this latest innovation may have you breathing a sigh of relief. The world’s first inhalable vitamin, LeWhif Vitamin, is the brainchild of Harvard … .
I don’t know what’s scarier – entrusting your prostate surgery to a robot, or entrusting it to a pair of robots called DaVinci and McSleppy. DaVinci is a surgery bot which can be controlled by doctors from remote locations, allowing … .
While artists are lighting up German train station walkways and designers are trying to persuade us that LED clothing is not a safety hazard, scientists are now trying to convince us of the healing power of LED lights. Researchers in … .
The robotic movement has been progressing and inserting itself into all forms of our culture and work force. While laser precision surgery has been around for a long time, we’ve reached a stage where robot-assisted surgery is going to make … .
Behold the Piix Smart Band-Aid that comes in not to cover and protect your open wounds but to monitor your heart and report any kind of cardiac activity to you. Qualcomm is working hand-in-hand with CARDIONET. The various capabilities of … .
We’ve reached a point in medical technology where it’s possible to look cool and stay healthy. Paul Barone, a postdoctoral researcher in MIT’s Department of Chemical Engineering together with professor Michael Strano are at the drawing board stage of a … .
Those who’ve been saying that video games aren’t good for you will have think again. The Cognitive Fitness and Innovative Therapies (CFIT) project which is designed to help find ways to treat and prevent Alzheimer’s thinks it’s a good idea … .
Microchips now embedded into medicines are going to be hard to swallow for those who don’t like taking pills
Those trying to avoid taking their meds are going to have a major problem soon as technology is going to make it near impossible to cheat. Researchers at the University of Florida have developed a new capsule delivery system for … .
The brain has been mapped to quite an extent it seems and further research conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has now unveiled the area that controls our making of moral judgments. An area known as the right temporo-parietal … .
As if our elderly aren’t embarrassed enough with uncontrollable bladders and adult diapers, SIMsystems have gone and added a little more insult to injury with a rather ridiculous concept in the form of text sending underwear. Their ‘tech’ infused underpants … .
There hasn’t been much for us to salvage, from all the technology that’s promising to make life simple. Sophistications increase and so we have to deal with them bravely. Thankfully someone decided to make something that’s more helpful in situations … .
Who doesn’t want to lose weight these days? May be the self-proclaimed anorexics don’t want such a thing to befall them but most of the world’s population is battling the phenomena of obesity and to full measure. So we have … .
If you do not have the time to go and get your stress levels checked and scrutinized, then these wearable sensors will totally keep you aware about when you’re all stressed out and when not. The technology has been developed … .
If the experiments on mice is anything to go by then we wouldn’t think twice before popping these cool pills in. The RGS-14 protein has significantly proved to increase the visual memory capacity in mice. The visual memory has been … .
Technology is allowing us to do some pretty amazing things these days. We’ve got GPS for the blind which is helpful surely, but this new technology could actually a real breakthrough for the blind. Very recently a British soldier who … .
Doctors have a way with things during operations. Some of them resort to good conversations with patients as they wait for the anesthesia to take effect while some of them simply turn on the music and leave their presence to … .