For some, taking the correct medication at the right time can mean the difference between a summer picnic and an afternoon in the hospital. With the RxmindMe app, you'll know when to take your drugs even when you're out and about.
The NHS has had a torrid history of blundered computer system upgrades and IT roll-outs. But according to University Hospitals Birmingham, a decent IT system can prevent 17 per cent of deaths in hospital.
We've built wheelchairs for people who cannot move their hands, but many of these required the ability to turn the head, which not everyone can do. This design only requires control of the facial muscles, and it makes me flex my smile.
There's an endless list of reasons why you should probably just quit smoking. But quitting isn't easy, so the WISPR promises to deliver everything you love about cigarettes, with a bit less of the stuff that could be killing you.
Scosche's RDTX is a radiation detector for your iPhone. Seriously, it turns your iPhone into a Geiger counter — you just attach the wand to your iPhone and the RDTX will tell you the radiation levels around you.
Rat poison. Lighter fluid. Battery acid. Pesticides. And now...radiation. What do they all have in common? They're all rolled into one cancer causing cigarette. What's worse, tobacco companies have known that radiation was inside cigarettes but hid evidence of it for four decades.
New research reveals that alcohol impairs your body's ability to fight off viral infections. Isn't it enough that it already impairs your ability to drive, talk clearly, and not over-tip strippers? Damn it, alcohol, what more do you want?
Embeddable clothing isn't a new concept , but the idea's been around long enough that we should start seeing more and more real-world applications, outside of the lab, right? Right. Enter the eT-Shirt.