Technology you can wear; smart clothing that is low-cost, durable, useful and attractive to wear; smart insulin injection pen for diabetics that uses energy harvesting. Seems futuristic? For Cambridge Consultants, the future is now. They have created Xelflex, a novel type of 'smart' textile that turns garments into active motion sensors; and the KiCoPen, which captures the exact dose of insulin delivered and sends that information an associated smartphone app without the need for a battery.
Discussion on innovations in wearable tech and what the new generation of wearable technology will look like.
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There are a lot of wearable fitness activity trackers available in the market today. They can measure your fitness activity, keep track of your heartbeat, calories burned, and sleep. But many health trackers are simple reporting tools. Enter the Stonecrysus. The Stonecrysus is an intelligent health and fitness smartphone app and wearable activity tracker. You tell Stonecrysus what your health goal is, and it learns how foods, activities, sleep, and metabolism affect your unique physiology.
They talk about the six main problems of health trackers of today:
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It is always important to have our healthcare providers available 24/7, affordable, and dependable. MDLIVE, formerly MDLiveCare, is a leading provider of online and on-demand healthcare delivery services and software. The company’s cloud-based Virtual Medical Office software platform makes it possible for patients, medical professionals and plan administrators to collaborate seamlessly and securely via voice, video, email and mobile devices. They also provide affordable consultations via a nationwide network of board certified physicians and licensed therapists.
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An introduction to the Meerkat Periscope Legality, joined by the following:
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