"HEALTH" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 62 items for the tag: HEALTH
This coronavirus symptom nobody is talking about can't be explained
A new coronavirus complication has been found and doctors can't explain why it's happening.
'Ninja Robots' deployed to battle coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic
Thailand has deployed 'ninja robots' to assist in the constant battle against the coronavirus COVID-19.
New AI-powered patch predicts heart failure days before it happens
This AI-powered wearable can successfully predict heart failure at a rate of 80%
Hidrate Spark 2.0 Bluetooth Smart Bottle Review
In a time when every new product must be 'smart', does a connected water bottle actually improve health outcomes? Let's see.
ECG's on a business card could change your life, the world
An aspiring startup has put a working ECG inside a business card to show off how accessible the technology can be.
Cardiac microchip able to offer patients warning to heart problems
New microchip has some unique features.
Teenagers on social networking sites too much could cause problems
Teenagers spending too much time on social networking sites could be at risk of mental health problems?
7 out of 10 smartphone owners sleep with our phones really close to us
Where is your phone when you sleep?
Creating video games to help gamers actually lose weight?
Video games to help people... lose weight?!
BlackBerry shows interest in creating bacteria-free smartphone
BlackBerry is looking for niche business opportunities.
Report: Cardiac device wearers face risks from smartphones
Have a cardiac device installed? Don't keep your smartphone so close!
WellBe wearable bracelet helps analyze stressful parts of your day
This wearable helps you better understand the stressful parts of your day.
Philips and Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam aim to improve care for diabetic patients with severe foot complications
Philips signs five-year research alliance with Massachusetts Institute of Technology to bring breakthrough innovations in HealthTech and Connected Lighting
Biostamp skin wearable helps push boundaries of wearable technology
Researchers hope the Biostamp can revolutionize biometric-based wearables.
IBM, Johnson & Johnson want wearables to give doctors more data
IBM wants to use all of that data collected by wearables to make it easier for doctors and healthcare providers to aid patients.
Fitbit CEO: Don't worry about wearables causing cancer to wearers
If you're a wearable owner, don't worry about cancer or other health concerns, Fitbit CEO says.
Doctors show some health concern related to wearable devices
Some doctors are worried about potential health issues related to newer wearable products.
Fitbit: Wearables show great potential in the health industry
Wearables may be popular among consumers, but show true potential in health industry.
WHO: Turn volume down, 1.1 billion people at risk of hearing loss
More than 1 billion people are at risk of hearing-related problems due to loud volume from smartphones and audio devices, WHO says.
Consumers still on the fence about fitness tracker wearables
There are a growing number of fitness trackers available, but trying to pick the right one can be a difficult choice for consumers.
Wearables helping casual consumers embrace more active lifestyles
Wearable devices helping casual consumers collect and track better fitness data.
Psychologist explains gaming addiction, dangers posed to gamers
Psychologist breaks down the motives behind gamers as they literally play to death.
Potential downside of smart tech: Humans in less control of our lives
As smart technology continues, some are worried that connected technologies could lead humans to be in less control of our lives.
Health industry could embrace wearables to track patient data
Wearables will continue to increase in popularity throughout 2015, with great potential in the medical industry, analysts believe.
Researchers developing smartphone screen to improve vision
Researchers working to develop new smartphone and mobile screens able to help with corrective vision.
LifeApps Digital Media Inc. Continues to Expand its Product Lines and Distribution Channels While Increasing Revenues
Peel and stick sensor sets out to improve health
QButton is the world's first post-it Bluetooth health product - currently running though IndieGoGo.
4 Uses for Kinect Technology Other Than Gaming
A discussion on the different ways to use Microsoft's Kinect tech and what we may see in the future, beyond just gaming.
Study: Smartphones and tablets cause disruptions before bed
Want a good night of sleep? It might be time to leave the smartphone and tablet and just focus on sleep.
Prescription for nature could cure your health problems
An alternative to alternative medicine.
Philips to acquire Volcano to expand global leadership position in image-guided therapy market
Fitbit refutes accusations new Charge design causing skin irritation
The first Fitbit Force left owners frustrated, as they suffered skin irritation from its design and materials - but those problems are resolved.
Researchers want to study sleep disorders by using your smartphone
Smartphones could one day be used to help listen for sleep disorders.
Spire Announces Curvature Ergonomic Keyboard
iHeart Gadget and App claims to predict heart disease and more
Vitalsines is claiming to help you measure your life expectancy and more with their new Indiegogo product and app made for iOS devices.
'Text Neck' causing medical problems among mobile tech enthusiasts
The saturation of mobile devices is only adding to physical injuries people are suffering.
Baidu unveils the DuBike smart bike, featuring health perks
The Baidu DuBike is a pedal-powered machine with a twist: the ability to better track rider's health.
Social robots used to help children suffering from medical issues
The ALIZ-E project aims to make artificial intelligence that can be used by robots to interact with children suffering from physical and mental problems.
Report: 3D usage for children under six should be avoided
French-based ANSES says 3D for children under six can lead to vision problems, and should be avoided.
Oculus urges Sony to solve motion sickness problems before launch
Oculus VR doesn't want Sony to rush its Project Morpheus headset without solving motion sickness issues.
Nintendo working on sleep and deprivation sensor in health venture
Nintendo moving forward with its health technology business, and hopes a sleep sensor will keep its customers healthier.
Samsung introduces major digital health initiative during event
Samsung pledges $50 million to help startups and companies trying to innovate digital health efforts industry-wide.
Cefaly headband gets FDA approved for migraine treatment
Cefaly headband is FDA approved fr treating migraines, sounds like a tens unit.
Opternative online test will give you a prescription for glasses
Opternative online eye test promises to accurately diagnose your eye condition and give you a prescription for glasses.
Oral-B Bluetooth toothbrush syncs with smartphone app
Oral-B will show off its Bluetooth equipped toothbrushes at MWC 2014 that interface with a smartphone app.
RumorTT: iOS8 to feature Healthbook, other health tracking features
Apple said to be including health-tracking software in iOS8. Is the iWatch launch imminent?