USC Studies Why People Stop Using Wearables

USC Studies Why People Stop Using Wearables

  Wearables that produce clinical-grade data cannot play significant roles in wellness programs and chronic condition care plans if patients don’t wear them as prescribed. According to a report by the American College of Preventive Medicine, “Nonadherence...
Smart Glasses for Stroke Rehab and More

Smart Glasses for Stroke Rehab and More

Facial palsy is a condition where the facial nerve on one (or both) sides of the face becomes damaged. This nerve controls the muscle groups that we use to make facial expressions, and palsy will cause that side to droop. This condition can be caused by bacterial or...
AI Helps Stroke Victims Stay on Medication

AI Helps Stroke Victims Stay on Medication

Patients who survive strokes and transient ischaemic attacks (TIA) can take anticoagulant medication that is highly effective at reducing the risk of recurrent strokes. Unfortunately, adherence to taking the medication is low. A University of Cambridge School of...
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