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Prescriptions from doctors can be hard to read or decode. To solve this problem Google is coming up with a solution that will identify and even highlight medicines within handwritten prescriptions.
HeHealth, a Singaporean startup, has come up with a new idea: send an entirely solicited dick pic to the AI for it to check whether the user has a sexually transmitted disease or other problem.
Staybl is a web browser for iPad that uses the device's accelerometer in a nifty way to make it easier for people with hand tremors to surf the web. The technology could come to more platforms soon.
A new UK-based consortium led by Skyfarer is setting out to create national infrastructure by 2022 that will enable the delivery of medical supplies such as blood for blood transfusions by drone.
If you pledged to be healthier this year, these five mobile apps will be of great help. All of the selections are available on Android and iOS and the broad range covers different health aspects.
While we tend to think about health wearables as fitness trackers and similar devices, a company in South Korea is developing and testing a headband that will someday hopefully treat depression.
Microsoft has partnered with Stryker so that its technology will now be used to design operating theaters in hospitals. HoloLens allows surgeons and designers to work together for better results.
Swedish researchers have published a paper containing their findings of using a smartphone, specifically a Nokia Lumia 1020, as part of a prototype digital microscope to analyze DNA and tumor samples.
A hacker is claiming to have stolen around 655,000 healthcare records from three US-based companies. The records were stored in plaintext and are now up for sale for other cyber criminals.
Imagine a place where everyone has a personal QR code that contains their medical information. No, it's not sci-fi; it's Marin County, California, where a start-up hopes to use QR codes to save lives.
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Search-engine Google has unveiled a plan to help U.S. patients gain control of their medical records and is working with doctors' groups, pharmacies and labs to help them securely share sensitive health data. The company's...