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Mind-Controlled Exoskeleton To Demonstrate Ability At World Cup 2014

05/08/2014, This coming June 12th at the Arena Corinthians stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, will be a historic date. After all, it signals the day when the opening ceremony of the biggest international competition in football (aka soccer), the World Cup, will kick off....

Vibrant Vibrating Pill Helps To Treat Chronic Constipation

05/07/2014, It is no fun being constipated, this I can tell you as much. However, is there any hope for those who have more or less tried just about everything, and yet are unable to move their bowels each day? There might be some light at the end of the proverbial...

Helmet Therapy To Treat Depression

05/05/2014, Depression is not something to be laughed at, and there are various modes of treatment that one can sought in order to be lifted from such a condition. Still, there are advances being made in this particular department, and it seems that another avenue...

Brain Implant Could Restore Memories

05/01/2014, Brain implants are not the easiest medical procedure in the world, but their benefits can be extraordinary if done right. For instance, we have seen how a boy hears for the first time in his life after a successful implant, while a different implant did...

FDA Approves Sleep Apnea Implant

05/01/2014, There is nothing quite like having quality sleep, that is for sure. After all, having a good night’s rest (or even a quick nap in the afternoon) is crucial in keeping your brain working at optimal capacity throughout the next day. We are a sleep...

UV Nail Lamps Could Increase Skin Cancer Risk

05/01/2014, In the past, studies did reveal the possible dangers of tanning salons, and in a new research, there was possible evidence that ultra-violet nail lamps could actually increase the risk of one getting skin cancer. The researchers did mention however that...

“Bionic Eye” Offers Hope For The Blind

04/25/2014, It was a Jew who walked the land of Israel some two thousand years ago who did phenomenal miracles such as restoring sight to the blind and letting the lame walk, and technology has somewhat caught up, so to speak, with letting the blind see again in this...

Ultimeyes App Will Help Improve Your Vision

04/21/2014, They say that staring too long at a computer screen or television screen can make your eyesight worse, or at least that’s one of the favorite arguments that parents tend to make. That being said, it is a little ironic that there’s now an app available...

App Will Help Evaluate Your Child’s Risk Of Autism

04/20/2014, Many years ago if one wanted to test their child for autism, they’d have to spend a fair amount of money to get their kids tested, but fast forward to today, it seems that all you’d need is an app. The app is developed by a new startup company called...

Man Compares $50 3D Printed Hand To $42,000 Prosthetic Limb

04/20/2014, So we have been hearing a fair amount about 3D printers recently and how they might be used in the medical industry. Now as far as prosthetic limbs are concerned, they do get pretty expensive especially when it involves movable parts, like in the case of...

3D Printed Cast With Ultrasonic Vibrations Helps Speed Up Recovery

04/20/2014, So we’ve seen how 3D printers can be used to print medical-related gadgets, such as a portion of a skull, and while those are great and serve as viable alternatives compared to current implants and whatnot, wouldn’t it be better if those 3D printed...

Pressure Sensors Could Help Ease Amputees’ Pain

04/15/2014, Being an amputee is definitely no fun at all, where they suffer from phantom pains as well as having to go through the discomfort of rubbing the amputated section against artificial limbs, resulting in dangerous sores in some cases. Researchers have come...