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A novel new training may yield an important tool for the DoD and emotional health professionals.
The retailer is in the midst of a five-year plan to move from selling wearables and devices to adding the analytics and services needed to help senior citizens age in place.
How new technologies and ancient practices are helping to increase yields to meet a staggering global demand.
Built on IBM's blockchain-based Digital Health Pass application, the New York app is getting a test run at Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden.
Veeva management said the pandemic had driven up usage of the tools, including virtual health care sessions via the CRM Engage Meeting software.
COVID-19 has radically shifted the way time is spent online as we connect with friends and family. But spending all this time on our digital devices can impact our eye health.
The finding follows a study by Monash University, Deakin University, and McLean Care.
Here is a selection of face masks and face coverings that are professional-looking to wear and are best suited for the workplace.
Have you ever wondered what being healthy will look like in the future? Well, Apple's newest ads paint a quaintly disturbing picture.
The new feature goes live today with 10 guided sessions.
Digital pills are using sensors and cameras to help doctors get a new understanding of their patients.
The airline believes it will "streamline health verification" when international travel resumes.
The new thin-film transistor will allow digital X-ray detectors to film high resolution images, making them applicable in surgeries.
The trial is expected to help save local residents a three-hour trip to their nearest pharmacy.
Not all vaccines for COVID-19 will cover everyone, in fact many may have large gaps. A novel, large-scale machine learning project at MIT designed one that might protect many more people.
Elsewhere, RMIT Online and the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre have announced a suite of digital health short courses.
How do you measure crowds without violating privacy? How about using a wireless band?
Airlines could minimize that risk by leaving open the middle seat, but airlines including United and American refuse to do so. Plans for a post-COVID-19 world, moreover, suggest flights may be even more crowded.
In a bid to provide personalised support to patients undergoing cancer treatment.
From the tech needed post-COVID-19, to improved video-conferencing at home, employers must juggle the needs of employees while keeping company culture intact.
Tiernan Ray says a scientist at University of Cincinnati is developing a simple-stripped down test for COVID-19 that can be done with some plastic tubes, a heating lamp, and a smartphone. Read more: https://zd.net/3fErdU1
Dr. Jason Hallock, chief medical officer at SOC Telemed, sits down and tells Tonya Hall that the COVID-19 pandemic sped up the evolution of telehealth by forcing a fast-paced convergence between personal health technology and artificial intelligence.
StopCovid will not use the API put forward by Apple and Google.
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