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Cutting edge migraine treatment at Massachusetts General Hospital. Migraine sufferers may find relief in plastic surgery techniques.

mHealth statistics: healthcare mobile apps, devices and solutions

Deploying accurate and well prepared enterprise-class mobile solutions for healthcare can deliver significant benefits. The key list of benefits allied with mobile solution for healthcare are listed here

Oyster ring from Dhani Sutanto. A chip was removed from an Oyster card (London mass transit) and then molded into a resin ring.  "RFID chip, tags, NFC and anything else you call it now is getting popular in many formats. Barclays bank has launched its first NFC based credit card sticker the other day. So I decided to investigate more on what we can do to make them look different or fashionable than just a card. I’ve got an Oyster card with me so I decided to hack it and made it as a ring."

London-based freelance digital art director Dhani Sutanto has created his own wearable transit pass by gutting his public transportation pass card and implanting its electronics in a ring.

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This treatment, called “Exposure Therapy”, using VR gear, has only recently spread its wings in the medical community. But it is changing the way psychiatrists can help, by giving them a more realistic background to further their patient’s remedy.

4: E-Textiles | 4 Rules For Designing Wearable Tech That People Will Actually Wear | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

E-Textiles 4 Rules For Designing Wearable Tech That People Will Actually Wear Co.

This wearable device sends a mobile alert to loved ones when a seizure occurs

This wearable device sends a mobile alert to loved ones when a seizure occurs. "oh, looks like your having a seizure let me just text someone about it.

Working Pip-Boy 3000 designed for astronauts: A 3D-printed prototype wearable designed for astronauts takes its inspiration directly from the screens of the Fallout series.

Cool Wearables - Working Pip-Boy 3000 designed for astronauts: A prototype wearable designed for astronauts takes its inspiration directly from the screens of the Fallout series.

Bio-patch sensor.  Measures bioelectrical signals through the skin. Collects data on different parts of the body depending on where it is placed (chest > ECG;  skull > electroencephalography (EEG); forearm >  electromyography (EMG); plus body temperature. Electronic components are mounted on a flexible foil. Wireless, disposable.  Applications include remote patient monitoring. Geng Yang lab, KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

The future of health care could be found in a tiny, paper-thin skin patch that collects vital information. The Bio-patch sensor developed by researchers at Stockholms KTH Royal Institute of Technology is inexpensive, versatile and, best of all, comfortabl