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Pancreatic Cells Implanted In Your Gut Could ‘Cure’ Diabetes

05/15/2017, Getting diabetes is more or less something that sticks with you throughout your entire life. Sometimes it is manageable, while in other cases it can be downright inconvenient as it means having to keep an insulin pen on you at all times, or constantly...

Next-Gen Apple Watch Could Feature Glucose Monitoring

05/15/2017, As far as health tracking features are concerned, there isn’t much on the Apple Watch that other smartwatches or fitness bands don’t already offer, although recently researchers have praised the heart rate sensor on the device and claimed that it is...

Robotic Exoskeleton Helps Prevent The Elderly From Falling

05/14/2017, One of the dangers of the elderly living by themselves is that if they were to fall or slip in the shower, it would be very hard for them to get help. This is why stay-in nurses exist, and why there are also assisted living facilities. However in the...

Vivid Vision Creates VR Tools To Help Treat ‘Lazy Eye’

05/12/2017, Virtual reality technology might seem like a pretty obvious tool for use in entertainment, such as video games, movies, and so on. However the technology has more uses than that as we have seen in the past, such as how it can potentially help people get...

Researchers Find That The Apple Watch Can Detect Heart Disease

05/11/2017, We have heard stories of how wearables with built-in heart rate monitors have become rather invaluable tools when it comes to informing wearers if there’s something wrong with their heart. For example we’ve heard how some wearables have picked up on...

Apple Acquires Sleep Tracker Company Beddit

05/09/2017, It seems that tracking your sleeping habits/patterns is something that Apple is interested in because according to reports, it seems that Apple has recently acquired sleep tracker company Beddit. This has also been confirmed by Beddit on their website in...

Samsung Launches App For People With Language Disorders

04/24/2017, Most of the time we probably take the fact that we can speak, read, and write for granted. However there are people in the world that suffer from illnesses that prevent them from doing that. One of those illnesses is aphasia, which is the result of an...

3D Printed Patches Could Help Patients Recover From Heart Attacks

04/24/2017, A heart attack is a scary thing and it can go either way, although usually after the first attack things are never really quite the same. However in the future healing the heart after a heart attack could be a relatively simple procedure of applying a 3D...

Researchers Use Wearables To Predict When Couples Start Arguing

04/23/2017, People argue with each other all the time, whether you’re friends, family, or partners. Heck even strangers get into arguments with each other. However what if you could predict when an argument is about to break out? If you could, do you think you...

University To Trial 5G Smart Bandages Within 12 Months

04/17/2017, If you’ve ever gotten a cut, you would usually apply a bandage which is designed to help prevent the wound from getting infected by outside contaminants. However this also means that you have no idea how well the wound is healing until you take it off,...

AI Can Now Be Used To Predict Heart Attacks

04/16/2017, It has been stressed many times the importance of going for regular checkups, especially if you’re older. This is because checkups can help doctors detect possible health problems, which means that you might be able to catch certain things early, thus...

Kids As Young As 13 Are Going For ‘Smartphone Rehab’

04/14/2017, It goes without saying how connected we are to our mobile devices these days. Not only do they do things that phones would normally do before they got “smart”, but they can now do a lot more like post to social media, read the news, watch videos, play...