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HAL Exoskeletons From Japan Will Be Coming To The US

03/04/2018, Exoskeletons have a lot of uses, such as helping workers in factory lift heavy objects without straining their backs. It also has medical uses where it can help those who are paralyzed walk again, and for those in the US who might have need of such...

Future AirPods Could Come With Health Sensors Embedded In Them

03/01/2018, Right now one of the more popular ways of measuring our fitness and health is through fitness trackers and/or smartwatches. However if Apple were to have it their way, it seems that in the future your AirPods could very well come packed with health...


Apple Manages To Overtake Fitbit & Xiaomi For Wearables

03/01/2018, Given how long Fitbit has been in the wearables game, and also considering how insanely cheap Xiaomi’s fitness trackers are, it wasn’t surprising that Fitbit and Xiaomi were at the top of the wearables market. However according to the latest numbers...

Woman’s Sister Detects Stroke While On A FaceTime Call

02/21/2018, It used to be that back in the day, the cameras on our smartphones were mere novelties and were of extremely low-resolution. These days our cameras are good enough to the point where they can potentially replace entry-level point and shoot cameras, and...

Wearable Throat Sensor Can Help With Stroke Rehabilitation

02/19/2018, If you have seen or know someone who is recovering from having suffered a stroke, you know that speech impediments is one of the signs and that this is also something they’ll need to overcome with time. Now thanks to work being done by engineers at...

Fitbit’s Latest Acquisition Could Help Manage Chronic Conditions

02/13/2018, If you’re someone suffering from a chronic condition, you might be interested to learn that Fitbit’s latest acquisition could help with that. The company has recently announced that they have acquired Twine Health, a health coaching platform designed...

Nanobots Used To Help Kill Tumors In Mice

02/12/2018, The problem with more conventional methods of cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy and radiation, is that it is not a targeted treatment. This means that the patient’s entire body is being blasted with chemicals in a bid to kill of the tumor cells,...

NASA Testing Implant That Could Slow Down Muscle Deterioation

02/08/2018, For those unfamiliar, muscle atrophy is when we do not regularly use or exercise our muscles, leading to them weakening and deterioating. This is especially prevalent in astronauts as maintaining muscle mass while in space has proven to be an issue, where...

Study Finds Apple Watch Can Detect Diabetes With 85% Accuracy

02/07/2018, We have been hearing rumors that Apple is looking (or is already working on) a way to create non-invasive glucose tracking for the Apple Watch. This is versus current methods of glucose tracking which usually involves users having to draw their own blood...

IBM Develops AI That Can Predict Risk Of Developing Psychosis

01/23/2018, Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to predict all kinds of things, such as shopping habits, the weather, topics that interest the user, and so on. Recently there was even AI that could predict when a terminal patient might die, which has the...

Researchers Develop AI That Can Predict Death

01/23/2018, Sometimes patients are given a terminal diagnosis in which doctors will then have to try and assess how much time that person has left to live. However sometimes these predictions aren’t always accurate, and patients can either end up dying earlier than...