The Pip Helps You Control Your Stress

The Pip Helps You Control Your Stress

The Pip from Galvanic Ltd. in Dublin, Ireland is a new product designed to use biofeedback to help you monitor and relieve stress. It is not a wearable product, but is small and mobile enough to qualify. The device looks a bit like an over-sized guitar pick, which you...
Wearables Help Save $5 Million in Health Cost

Wearables Help Save $5 Million in Health Cost

The healthcare savings to be found in Big Data from fitness bands and other wearable Health Tech devices are not just a “someday maybe” dream. According to a story in MedCity News, representatives from JFK Health have reported saving $5 million over the...
Radio-on-a-Chip to Create Smart Networks [video]

Radio-on-a-Chip to Create Smart Networks [video]

¬†Credit: Amin Arbabian When I was in grade school, my parents bought me a transistor radio. It was about the size of a dictionary, but it ran on batteries and I could put it under my pillow and listen to the Baltimore Orioles’ games as I fell asleep. It was so...
Modular Medical Sensor Gets FDA Approval

Modular Medical Sensor Gets FDA Approval

One of the big advantages of wearable Health Tech for medical applications is that it can provide continuous observation of a patient, either at home or in a hospital. This rich information can help medical professionals spot transient events, trends in vital signs,...