Football Helmet Monitors Impacts [video]

Football Helmet Monitors Impacts [video]

Concussions and other traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) accounted for 6.5% of reported sports and recreation-related injuries in a nine-year longitudinal study published in 2011 by the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC). Among males ages 10-19, football...
In-Mouth Wireless Sensor Detects Sodium

In-Mouth Wireless Sensor Detects Sodium

Hypertension, aka high blood pressure, is an increasingly common condition affecting one of two U.S. adults — often without symptoms — according to the American Heart Association (AHA). Hypertension increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, two of...
Fitbit Shifts Features to Health [video]

Fitbit Shifts Features to Health [video]

First generation fitness and activity trackers were snapped up and strapped on by runners, athletes, and weight-conscious people seeking to document their activity. We predicted that, as the technology evolved, fitness wearables manufacturers such as Fitbit would...
Digital Therapies Tackle Comorbidity

Digital Therapies Tackle Comorbidity

Medicine is one of the sciences, and science is based on facts and research. The Scientific Method is design to test hypotheses in a way that produces useful insights into the cause and effect of various conditions. (And it also produces more questions than answers in...
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