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An Overview of iOS 8’s New Accessibility Features – MacStories

Since this year’s WWDC keynote ended, the focus of any analysis on iOS 8 has been its features — things like Continuity, Extensions, and iCloud Drive. This is, of course, expected: iOS is the operating system that drives Apple’s most important (and most profitable) products, so it’s natural that …

30 Under 30: The Entrepreneurs Making Healthcare Digital

Our annual list of the best-and-brightest in healthcare and science was so dense that we decided it was time for a spin-out.<p>This year there are two lists: this one, for entrepreneurs who are changing the healthcare space, and a second for pure scientists, which you can find here.<p>The 30 Under 30 in …

Kiah Williams, 28

Cofounder, SIRUM<p>Kiah Williams teamed up with her fellow Stanford grads Adam Kircher and George Wang to develop SIRUM (Supporting Initiatives to Redistribute Unused Medicine). The non-profit currently works with 12 healthcare sites (largely in California, but also in Colorado and Oregon) and has …

Aging Brains Aren't Necessarily Declining Brains

For years, conventional wisdom held that growing older tends to be bad news for brains. Past behavioral data largely pointed to loss in cognitive – …

The Brain

Look Here: Phone App Checks Photos For Eye Disease

There's now free software for your iPhone that lets you check for early signs of certain eye diseases.<p>The idea for the app comes from a Baylor University chemist named Bryan Shaw. We introduced you to Shaw late last year.<p>Shaw's son Noah was born with a rare form of eye cancer known as …

Doctors create app to help diagnose, treat patients at point of care

Is it always better for a doctor to order tests for a patient – you know, just to be on the safe side? Not if you ask Dr. Rahul Mehta, a resident in internal medicine at the University of Calgary.<p>Mehta is part of a growing pushback in the medical community against the practice of ordering too many …