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FDA IBS device

FDA Clears Wearable Device to Treat Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a complex disorder that causes abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both. Although it affects the large intestine, IBS often appears to be associated with a poor nervous system. Specifically, the brain can perceive the signals sent by the gut as being abnormal, resulting in pain […]
Super thin wearable for healthcare

University of Houston Researchers Develop Super Thin Wearable That’s Barely Noticeable to the Wearer

With the growing popularity of medical wearables, demand is rising for thin wearables that can be used to collect and store important health information about the wearer. Devices currently available in the market are bulky to wear, offer slow response times and suffer a drop-in performance over time. Researchers at the University of Houston have […]
WESTUNITIS LinkReality InfoLinker

CES 2019: WESTUNITIS Will Showcase a New Wearable Concept “Link Reality” and Wearable PC...

WESTUNITIS, the Japanese tech company as both wearable hardware and software developer, announced that they will showcase their new wearable concept Link Reality™ vision and unveil their brand-new next gen monocular type of stand-alone wearable PC, InfoLinker™2, at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada Jan 8 -11, 2019 and 5th Wearable Expo, Jan 16th-18th in Tokyo, […]
CareWear light patches

CareWear’s Wearable Light Patches Allow Safe Application of Light Therapy on Tattooed Skin

Lately, healthcare professionals have been raising concerns over the use of light therapy on patients with tattoos. With the popularity of tattoo, especially among entertainers and athletes, health care providers frequently find themselves needing to apply light therapy over tattooed skin. However, excessive heating can occur with Class III B and IV Lasers due to […]
Ellcie smartglasses

Ellcie’s Smartglasses Prevent Car Crashes by Detecting if You’re Falling Asleep

People who work long hours or commute long-distances are at a greater risk of falling asleep behind the wheels. One-third of auto accidents occur due to fatigued driver, who doze off while driving. More than 6,000 tired driver crashes each year result in at least one death. In 2010, there were an estimated 5,419,000 crashes, […]
Telenor, Ericsson, Sony partnership

Telenor, Ericsson and Sony team up to Develop Medical Wearable Devices

Three tech giants, Telenor, Sony, and Ericsson are teaming up to provide real-time locations and IoT tracking solutions for a variety of sectors including healthcare. The partnership will use Telenor’s Connexion’s network, Ericsson’s IoT Accelerator platform and Sony Network Communications. Read more Sony Debuts New Wearable with B-to-B Mobile Health Platform “We are proud to […]