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Top Trump health expert warns about this 'different' coronavirus phase
One of Trump's top medical advisers has said that the United States is entering a 'different' phase of the coronavirus outbreak.
Researchers have made brain-scanning implants that dissolve completely
New nano-technology can scan your brain when implanted and then completely dissolve, not leaving a trace.
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!
Cutting edge medical research includes VR, laser, mobile apps
Technology helping boost the capabilities of modern medicine.
Engineers create revolutionary mind-controlled prosthetic limbs
Researchers create next-generation, mind-controlled prosthetic limbs.
Robot inspired by the octopus could change medical surgeries
Robot inspired by the octopus can help change surgery.
UCLA neurosurgeons using virtual reality for brain analysis
Neurosurgeons at UCLA are using virtual reality in a unique way, giving them better views of patients' brains.
Researchers create 3D printed medical implant that changes shape
Researchers install 3D-printed medical device so children have an easier time breathing.
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.
Google teams up with Johnson & Johnson to research surgical robots
Google and Johnson & Johnson partner to research surgical robotics together.
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.
Smart implants making major impact in the medical world
Smart medical devices are helping change lives, as connected tech continues to evolve.
Wearables helping casual consumers embrace more active lifestyles
Wearable devices helping casual consumers collect and track better fitness data.
Augmented reality poised to shake up medical world in next few years
Within the next five years, the medical world is poised to receive a big boost from augmented reality.
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.
UCSF Medical Center using robots to help conduct hospital activities
The UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay makes use of robots to help ease workload on human employees.
US Army embracing 'brain thermometer' to better gauge soldier health
US Army testing new smartphone app that helps diagnose physical and mental problems soldiers in the field could be suffering.
Digital eye strain causing problems, after hours of looking at screens
Growing number of users suffer from digital eye strain, according to the Vision Council.
Man able to move prosthetic arms using his brain, researchers say
Research in prosthetics is advancing rapidly, as a Colorado man is able to control two prosthetic arms using his brain.
Have a medical emergency? The ambulance drone could be there to help
If you have a medical emergency, an ambulance drone could be sent to help!
Google introduces Liftware smart spoon that helps people with tremors
Google introduces Liftware, a new device that helps people with tremors.
3D-printed body parts helping save the lives of medical patients
Surgeons hope 3D-printed hearts will give them a better strategy when operating on young children.
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.
Robots being relied upon to help fight Ebola, other dangerous viruses
Robots will play an important role in combating Ebola and other dangerous viruses.
Growing number of young people suffering from Internet addiction
There appears to be a rising number of young people suffering from Internet addiction, despite medical researchers unsure how to classify it.
New generation of prosthetics help patients regain sense of touch
Medical researchers in the United States and Europe show new solutions that allow patients to regain their sense of "feel" using new prosthetics.
Ponemon Institute: 90% of healthcare companies lose patient data
Around 90 percent of healthcare organizations have lost patient data - a frightening statistic as cybercriminals enjoy stealing medical data.
Synthetic human physiology helping blast wave defense research
The Army Research Laboratory (ARL) wants to use synthetic cranial technology to better study blast wave impact related to explosions.
Rady Children's Hospital facing lawsuit related to data breach
The Rady Children's hospital is under fire due to a data breach in which a patient's personal information was leaked.
Apple making stronger play in the healthcare market with HealthKit
Apple is making a stronger play in the personal health market, with the HealthKit personal tracking application for its iPhone.
Researchers creating smart helmet technology to relay concussion data
Helmet sensor technology being developed by Western Michigan University will give coaches and medical staff better insight into hits right after they occur.
Google, Novartis collaborate for contact lens that tracks blood sugar
Tech company Google and biotech giant Novartis want to develop 'smart' contact lens technology able to help diabetics track blood glucose levels.
Cyberdyne HAL suit helping people walk again is helping change lives
The Cyberdyne HAL robotic suit is changing lives, with hospitals and living care facilities testing suits to help familiarize a larger demographic about it.
Birth control implant device can be turned on and off remotely
Implantable drug delivery device can stay inside the body for 16 years, first use will be for birth control.
Scientists create supercooling system to keep organs fresh for days
Scientists create new supercooling method that may one day lead to donated human organs lasting days before transplanting.
Samsung, Apple and others promote health apps on smartwaches
Smartwatch manufacturers want to track glucose and other critical medical statistics, saving patients the trouble of pricking their fingers.
Drchrono for Google Glass is a wearable health record
Drchrono lets doctors record consultations and more with images and photos stored in the digital health record for the patient.
Medical researchers hope to use 3D printers to make human hearts
Medical researchers are looking towards 3D printing to see if human hearts can be printed and used.
Medicaid agencies face "high-risk" security threats, HHS report finds
Medicaid programs aren't do enough to secure themselves from cyberattacks, according to a new government report.
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.
Resound LiNX is a made for iPhone hearing aid controlled with an app
ReSound LiNX made for iPhone hearing aid offers app control and geotagging capability.
Send a 'selfie' and avoid a trip to the doctor's office?
Mobile devices could give dermatology patients a method to receive more frequent medical appointments.
New IBM Business Integration Software Helps Enterprises Accelerate Adoption of Social Business, Cloud and Mobile Technologies
Intel Moves ahead with Health Guide
Bringing health care to the home.