Smart Home Is a Lab for the Elderly

Smart Home Is a Lab for the Elderly

About 3.2 million U.S. households are seniors aged 65 or older, living by themselves. People are living longer, and for a variety of personal, social, financial, and emotional reasons, they want to remain living independently in their own home as long as they can.... Read More...
Implant Fights Scoliosis

Implant Fights Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a growth disorder that results in a curved spine. This can lead to deformity and pain. Research indicates that it is actually caused by a problem with the central nervous system; signals to the muscles that hold the spine in place are not sent equally to... Read More...
Telehealth Consultations on the Rise

Telehealth Consultations on the Rise

Wearable Health Tech devices not only collect biometric data about patients around the clock, they also make it practical for healthcare workers to consult with patients without having to meet with them face to face under some circumstances. The market research firm... Read More...
Tool Quickly Measures Patient Fall Risk

Tool Quickly Measures Patient Fall Risk

According to the Centers for Disease Control, one third of all adults 65 or older suffer from a fall each year. Of these, more than one in five incur moderate to severe injuries. In fact, the elderly are five times more likely to be hospitalized for injuries related... Read More...
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