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DyAnsys Gets FDA Clearance For Its Wearable Device to Treat Opioid Addiction

DyAnsys, a company that provides advanced medical diagnostic and monitoring systems to hospitals and patients, has received clearance from the United States Food and...

VIDEO: 2013 Wearable Technologies Conference – Interview: John Dwyer, Flextronics

Vince Holton from our media partner Incisor.tv interviews John Dwyer (Flextronics) and Christian Stammel (Wearable Technologies) about teaming up for the Wearable Technologies Conference...
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Oshi Health Launches First All-in-One Mobile App to Allow IBD Patients Manage Their Conditions

Oshi Health Inc., a startup focused on digestive health, announced the release of a mobile app especially designed to help Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)...
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This ‘OLED Patch’ Will Heal Your Wounds Anywhere and Any Time

A team of scientists from South Korea have developed an innovative wearable patch that attaches to the skin to heal wounds regardless of location...
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Restoring Movement Sensation in Patients with Upper Limb Amputation

A research team led by Cleveland Clinic has successfully engineered a complex hand movement sensation in patients with upper limb amputations. Scientists believe in...

Graphene – Superpowers for Wearables?

Graphene is the new super material in the tech industry and excites researchers and product developers all over the world with its unchallenged properties....