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Amputee Gets A Prosthetic Inspired By Metal Gear Solid

05/19/2016, The thing about fiction is that you can create anything you want and it doesn’t really always have to make sense because it isn’t real, but seeing fiction becoming a reality, that’s something else entirely which is what one man by the name of James...

This Soft Exosuit Could Soon Be Making Its Way To Market

05/18/2016, When you think of exosuits, you might be thinking of contraptions that are big and bulky. For the most part that is usually true as we have seen in the past, but you might recall that a couple of years ago, researchers at the Wyss Institute for...

AdaFlow Pressure Wave Device Is Meant For People On The Go

05/17/2016, AdaFlow is said to be the first pressure wave massage device that has been developed for people on the go. Magzor Corporation, the maker of AdaFlow, today announced the launch of an Indiegogo campaign through which supporters can be among the first people...

This Wearable Helps Patients Track Their Tremors

05/16/2016, Being aware of your health means that you can actively take part in activities that you know will benefit you. For example if you notice that everytime you eat or drink a dairy product and it sends you rushing to the bathroom, then a good idea would be to...

First Penis Transplant Performed In The U.S.

05/16/2016, The first penis transplant in the United States was performed by surgeons at Massachusetts General Hospital earlier this month, according to reports, this groundbreaking procedure was performed on a 64 year old patient who had to get his penis removed due...

IBM Develops Chemical That Can Block A Multitude Of Killer Viruses

05/11/2016, You might have a bar of antibacterial soap at home and for the most part you know that it is supposed to kill of bacteria. However the bacteria that it kills tends to be of the common variety that might cause odor, skin infections, or food poisoning....

Speech App Can Be Used To Detect Alzheimer’s Disease

05/11/2016, There are apps for just about everything, from the mundane like telling us the weather, to the novelty of fart apps from back in the day, so there really shouldn’t be any surprise to learn that these days apps and technology have become sophisticated...

Scientists Discover Use For Abandoned Second Skin Technology

05/10/2016, Just because a science experiment or tech prototype has failed doesn’t mean that’s the end of that. After all we’ve seen many cases of how some accidents are actually happy accidents in which what was considered a failure is actually the start of...

3D Printing Helps Make A Wheelchair More Comfortable

05/09/2016, 3D printing is used for all kinds of things, but one of its selling points is the ability to print anything you want to your own specifications, meaning that you no longer have to rely on a one-size-fits-all design for certain things. In fact just...

Virtual Reality Used To Help Treat Patients With Paranoia

05/05/2016, Sure, virtual reality looks like it would be awesome for videogames, movies, and live concerts, but it can also be used for medical purposes. For example earlier this year, Samsung suggested using virtual reality to help cure people of their fears, or at...

Drones Could Soon Be Used To Deliver Emergency Organs

05/05/2016, Drones are pretty handy. They can be used for all kinds of things, such as fishing, crowd-watching, crowd-control, and now it looks like the delivery of emergency organs could be one of its uses as well, thanks to a Chinese drone company by the name of...

Samsung Creates App To Help Premature Babies Develop Healthier

05/01/2016, The thing about premature babies is that they are premature, meaning that they don’t get to spend as much time in the womb developing as they should. This means that when they are born, there is risks and dangers with regards to their development, and...

Doctors In The UK Encourage Smokers To Use E-Cigarettes

04/28/2016, There is a lot of debate over whether or not e-cigarettes are safe to be used. There have been studies and reports written up that argue both sides, but it seems that over in the UK, doctors are actually siding with the e-cigarette industry in that...