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Prevention is better than cure. The use of new technologies can help to correct potentially harmful aspects of health before they even become dangerous and alleviate the economic cost of the diagnostic and treatment phases. Here you will find some innovations in the fields of predictive analytics.

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Prevenir es mejor que curar. El uso de las nuevas tecnologías puede ayudar a corregir aspectos potencialmente dañinos para la salud antes incluso de que lo sean y aliviar la carga económica de las fases de diagnóstico y tratamiento. Aquí encontrarás algunas innovaciones en los campos de la analítica predictiva.

A WEARABLE SENSOR FOR TRACKING STRESS

A WEARABLE SENSOR FOR TRACKING STRESS

Summary: "While Nanolab is focusing on the use of their sensor in a healthcare setting, their partnership with Xsensio could allow the device to be developed into a consumer product, such as a smart...

La salud digital y los determinantes de salud

La salud digital y los determinantes de salud

Summary: "Una interesante gráfica de la empresa de comunicación en salud Goinovo -elaborada con una metodología basada en fuentes rigurosas-, nos muestra como un 89 % de los determinantes de la...

Can Technology Help Us Eat Better?

Can Technology Help Us Eat Better?

Summary: "A new crop of digital health companies is using blood glucose monitors to transform the way we eat." "A new crop of digital health companies is offering consumers an unusual way to...

WEARABLES ENABLE PREVENTION ON A MASS SCALE

WEARABLES ENABLE PREVENTION ON A MASS SCALE

Summary: Apple is partnering with the Singapore government to improve citizens’ health, opening a new chapter in the relationship between public health and digital health innovations. Article...

This Smart Home Gym Is The Future Of Fitness

This Smart Home Gym Is The Future Of Fitness

Summary: JaxJox, which makes a smart personalized home gym that uses AI to track and improve your performance and give you a wellness score, just scored itself. The Seattle-based fit tech company...

Brain Waves Can Predict Pain Sensitivity

Brain Waves Can Predict Pain Sensitivity

Summary: Rhythms produced by the brain can reliably be used to predict how sensitive we are to pain, new research shows. Article written by  Unknown 10|08|2020 Source:Technology...

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