Writing Braille with Gloves On

Writing Braille with Gloves On

About 40 million people worldwide are blind, yet only one in 10 learn to read and write Braille. Writing Braille typically requires a specialize keyboard that uses “chording.” This means that users press two or more keys at the same time, in much the same...
Quick Help for Heart Attacks

Quick Help for Heart Attacks

Are you experiencing familiar chest pains? If you’ve already had a heart attack, chances are that your cardiologist has stressed the importance of getting to a hospital as quickly as possible if you think you’re having another attack. But where’s the...
The Ladies Step Up

The Ladies Step Up

Flurry is a company that helps business tap mobile markets through apps and ads. As a result, they have access to a lot of data. Recently, they mined this data to look for trends in the health and fitness category. After all, this is one area that has been pegged to...
The Sands of Time on Your Wrist

The Sands of Time on Your Wrist

Here’s the cheery thought for the day; we’re all dying. Or as Jim Morrison of the Doors put it, “Nobody gets out of here alive.” It’s simply a question of “when;” the Bible says “no one knows when their hour will...
Wearable Memory Aids for Alzheimer Patients

Wearable Memory Aids for Alzheimer Patients

Martin Kenwright built the successful gaming company Evolution Studios As quoted in an article in the Liverpool Echo, Kenwright believes that “in five years, I fully expect memory aids to be as ubiquitous as hearing aids.” His concept for a “wearable...
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