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CDC is using mhealth technology for Ebola monitoring

CDC is using mhealth technology for Ebola monitoring

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Centers for Disease Control have been combining the use of free mobile phones and big data analytics. Though the peak of the Ebola scare seems to have passed through the media, the virus continues to be problematic in many West African countries, leading the CDC to come up with additional strategies using mhealth to help to make sure that it remains contained and that the spread is reduced as much as … Read entire article »

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Mhealth app from LG receives FDA approval

Mhealth app from LG receives FDA approval

This mobile health application, which is called “LG Smarthealth” has now obtained its 510(k) clearance. LG Electronics, the tech company based in South Korea, has now received an FDA 510(k) clearance for an mhealth app that it has called the “LG Smarthealth”, which suggests that the company may finally be making its way into a space that where its rivals have already clearly been showing considerable interest. Samsung, for example, received a similar clearance for its S … Read entire article »

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Wearable technology may reduce heart attack risk

Wearable technology may reduce heart attack risk

This technology is being examined in its potential for soldiers as well as the general public. Although wearable technology is becoming relatively well known in terms of its potential benefits in counting steps and in calculating the number of calories that are burned in a day, but now researchers are wondering whether or not there could be a potential to help soldiers who are on the field, or to assist in the prevention of greater health … Read entire article »

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WHO says that mobile phones will not hurt a users health

WHO says that mobile phones will not hurt a users health

A statement from the World Health Organization is reassuring billions of smartphone users that they are safe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has now released a statement that has been designed to reassure the billions of users of mobile phones around the world, as there have not been any evidence of adverse health effects associated with these devices. The public health arm of the United Nations has reviewed the research conducted over the last 20 years. According to … Read entire article »

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“Smart blade” wearable technology studies the bodies of figure skaters

“Smart blade” wearable technology studies the bodies of figure skaters

Athletes have been among the people who benefit the most from wearables, from performance to health. Figure skating can look graceful and effortless, but everything from the spins to the quadruples and the triple axel can take its toll on an athlete’s body, and now wearable technology in the form of a “smart blade” can help to measure that impact. The goal is not only to be able to improve the athlete’s performance, but also to avoid … Read entire article »

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Wearable technology health tracking may come at a cost to privacy

Wearable technology health tracking may come at a cost to privacy

While smartwatches, wristbands, and other wearables assist in monitoring our fitness, security is an issue. Along with the unveiling of the Apple Watch has come a massive influx of interest in wearable technology, which was a category that had been struggling to truly draw the attention of consumers as a whole, until that point. However, as much as these gadgets could assist in tracking for health care purposes, they are not perfect. The Apple Watch, for example, is … Read entire article »

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Mobile technology use is still placing drivers in danger

Mobile technology use is still placing drivers in danger

A recent survey has revealed that Canadians are continuing to drive while using their smartphones. Despite the fact that the majority of Canadian provinces and territories have put regulations into place that limits or bans the use of mobile technology such as smartphones while driving, a recent survey has shown that many motorists within the country continue this dangerous practice. The survey determined that smartphones and other electronic devices were being used while behind the wheel. This use … Read entire article »

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Google Glass assists in surgeons with better patient monitoring

Google Glass assists in surgeons with better patient monitoring

A recent study has shown that this augmented reality technology allows doctors to more easily watch vital signs. In a pilot study conducted by Stanford University, surgical residents who wore Google Glass augmented reality devices in order to be able to monitor the vital signs of their patients during simulated surgeries were capable of identifying complications more quickly and acting to address them more rapidly than the surgeons who did not have this wearable technology. The study … Read entire article »

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