(CNN) — In their Atlanta home, 6-month-old Avery giggled and rolled on his piano mat, kicking his tiny feet into the air, while his mother, Crystal King, quietly checked his temperature on her cell phone.
Some think that wearables are a pain, like Alan Tyers who wrote “why I hate wearable technology” for The Telegraph. But how about wearables that can actually relieve pain? The opioid crisis has revealed
It was able to determine whether polyps in the rectum and colon were malignant. We've heard of many different uses for AI within the medical field, including for prediction of heart attacks and detection
The days leading up to surgery can often be nerve-racking for a patient. Easier communication with doctors could help relieve some of those fears, and technology can play a key role in making that happen.
Disney built a blockchain, and now its creators are trying to turn it into a commercial platform to compete with Ethereum
-It's designed to be more private than other popular blockchains like the bitcoin and ethereum protocols. -Now some of the developers behind the technology want to build a commercial business to make easy
You just need to insert a tiny wire sensor under your skin. A fingerprick isn't just a fingerprick when you have to do it all the time to test your blood sugar levels. Thankfully, the Food and Drug Administration
This week, the FDA took the unprecedented step of recalling a medical device – a pacemaker – because it was found to be vulnerable to cyber threats. The recall arose from an investigation by the FDA in
Athelas is launching a low-cost, blood diagnostics device today made for testing certain diseases like the flu, bacterial infections and cancer in the comfort of your home. Tanay Tandon founded the startup
Science Researchers are using stem cells to fabricate tiny patches they hope will be able to restore function to damaged cardiac tissue. From clot-busting drugs to bypass surgery, cardiologists have many
The portable device can analyze blood, urine and saliva samples. Smartphones can now be used as laboratory-grade medical testing devices thanks to new kit designed by the University of Illinois. The transmission-reflectance-intensity
Google and other tech companies have come up with glasses and contact lenses for the purposes of AR, but Omega Ophthalmics is taking a much more invasive approach by using surgically implanted lenses create
It fits in the palm of your hand In a new world record, scientists at IBM have captured 330 terabytes of uncompressed data — or the equivalent of 330 million books — into a cartridge that can fit into