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World Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Day

By |September 20th, 2019|News|

World Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Day Celebrate World Alzheimer’s Day on 21st September 2019, a special day for organisations and individuals to promote awareness around the world by identifying the issues faced by patients of the disease as well as patients of dementia. Every year, Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia are one of the biggest challenges [...]

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Medical Industry Predictions and Impact

By |September 18th, 2019|News|

Life Sciences Industry: Its Predictions and Influences for 2019 Inspired by biological cells, researchers from MIT, Columbia University, Cornell University and Harvard University have created computational robots whose purpose is to move and transport objects along with other tasks. This technological revelation comes in an era when the life sciences industry has been at [...]

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Electronic Tongue Detects Bladder Cancer

By |September 17th, 2019|News|

New Research Helps to Diagnose Early Stages of Bladder Cancer New research by scientists has led to the creation of an electronic device that can possibly detect the early stages of bladder cancer as well as monitor its ongoing symptoms.  The complex device is said to be efficient and cost-effective and yet simple to [...]

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Patient Engagement Improves Healthcare

By |September 12th, 2019|News|

Improving Patient Engagement in the Healthcare Industry Patient Engagement is only achieved when providers and patients work together to maintain accurate health information, where easily accessible and credible information can be trusted and sourced. Only then can it positively impact one’s personal healthcare decision-making which can then affect their overall well-being. The idea is [...]

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Phone technology manipulates Human Cells

By |September 11th, 2019|News|

Manipulating Brain Cells with the Swipe of a Phone Modern science has already introduced advancements in neural technology, implants and brain control. When you think you have seen it all, researchers have taken another innovative step further, overshadowing conventional methods currently practiced. A team of scientists in South Korea and United States have created [...]

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3D Printed Hand Created As Cheaper Option

By |September 10th, 2019|News|

New 3D Printed Hand - A Cheaper Option for Doctors In 2019, researchers at the Hiroshima University in Japan developed a 3D printed prosthetic hand that can be a cheaper alternative for doctors and for patients. It is expected that the hand will be able to respond to users’ intentions easily and faster all [...]

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Telemedicine App Technology helps Working Mothers

By |September 5th, 2019|News|

Telemedicine App Technology Helps Working Mothers Technology in the healthcare industry has been of great benefit for patients, doctors and organisations alike. Digital health apps have certainly presented new innovative methods, replacing the mundane approach in healthcare management. Hence, the adaptation of such tools has paved the way for encouraging patient outcomes and reducing [...]

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Colorectal Cancer affecting more Younger Adults

By |September 4th, 2019|News|

Colorectal cancer is on the rise in younger adults Colorectal cancer is an ailment commonly thought to be for a certain age group of people, for patients over 50 years in most cases. However, in recent times, the cancer has been spotted in more and more younger adults, even those in their 30s and [...]

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Human DNA Gene Can Cause Procrastination

By |September 3rd, 2019|News|

Can Our Genes be the reason behind Procrastination? One hour passes then two, then five. The hours turn to days and the days turn to weeks- an endless pattern of procrastination emerges. At one point of our lives, it is inevitable for humans to go down this path of a premeditated moment of inertia. [...]

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AI Data Shines Light on Exercise Activities

By |August 29th, 2019|News|

AI Data Gives Insight on Population Exercise Activities We know the importance of exercising. We are aware of its health benefits, for our physical and mental health. We are heavily advised by medical professionals to remain active. Regardless of this, 2017 recorded about 28% of people, who are aged 16 or over from the [...]

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