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Nanosurface Helps Prevent Growth of Breast Cancer Cells

Nanosurface Helps Prevent Growth of Breast Cancer Cells | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Researchers at Brown University have developed a material that detracts the growth of breast cancer cells near it.
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A Model’s Body « NextNature.net

A Model’s Body « NextNature.net | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it

Dutch photographer Koen Hauser blends parts of the human body with parts from anatomical models. You know, the ones you had in biology class and gave you this fine colorful insight of your inside. The representation of the human body becomes the human body itself. This is not really Next Nature but it sure says something about how these kind of medical models shape our perceiving of the human body.

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Emerging Diabetes Technology Driven By Patient Demands

Emerging Diabetes Technology Driven By Patient Demands | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Integration has become a key driver in the development of a new wave of diabetes tools that have either recently hit the market or will become available in the next few years.
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Wearable sensing for sport activities

Wearable sensing for sport activities | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Professional as well as fitness sport apparel look like to become a prime area for wearable technology integration.
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Pollen Transport: Medical devices that plug into our nervous ...

Pollen Transport: Medical devices that plug into our nervous ... | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Medical devices that plug into our nervous systems ... Go to article. Posted at 05:06 PM in Global Innovation, Research and Development, Tools and Devices to Enable Innovation | Permalink ...
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Unzipping the privacy concerns around wearable technologies - ITBusiness.ca

Unzipping the privacy concerns around wearable technologies - ITBusiness.ca | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Unzipping the privacy concerns around wearable technologiesITBusiness.caAs new wearable devices detect our moods and adjust our environment accordingly, will they also invade our privacy?
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“Wearable Technology;” the next step in crafts and costumes ...

“Wearable Technology;” the next step in crafts and costumes ... | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
In today's world, more and more frequently, whatever is cutting edge technology today is a toy tomorrow. That was why I was so interested in a New York Times article...
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Silk Transformed into Bactericidal Fabric

Silk Transformed into Bactericidal Fabric | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Scientists from the US Air Force Research Laboratory have found a way to convert ordinary silk into an antibacterial fabric by dipping it into certain chemicals. After the coating process the silk can kill bacteria and even coated spores.
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Moving Pictures: Wearable Camera Documents Life Events ...

Moving Pictures: Wearable Camera Documents Life Events ... | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Cell phones have taken the place of pocket-size cameras for a majority of the population, but design group Artefact wondered what it would take to get a teenager to go back to carrying a separate camera.
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Researchers Make Circuits You can Stick Straight onto a Heart - Fellow GEEK

Researchers Make Circuits You can Stick Straight onto a Heart - Fellow GEEK | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it

Researchers Make Circuits You can Stick Straight onto a HeartFellow GEEKCyborgs. That single word sums up the dreams of thousands of researchers around the world, furiously working on moving humanity beyond its purely flesh roots.


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unknown armature: body socks | Abler.

unknown armature: body socks | Abler. | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it

'...they’re wearable therapeutic tools for people with sensory processing disorders. You can’t find sensory processing challenges in formal diagnostic catalogs like the DSM—not yet, anyway—it’s a rangey and diffuse phenomenon, difficult to locate neurologically, and contested as to its real bio-medical and pyschological meaning''

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Robotic medical devices powered by wireless technology

Robotic medical devices powered by wireless technology | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Recently, a Stanford engineer, Ada Poon, lead a project which has created tiny robotic medical devices that are powered by wireless technology.
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Object of the month: the scold’s bridle

Object of the month: the scold’s bridle | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Although much of Henry Wellcome’s collection was devoted to instruments and materials of healing, some of the objects found in it have a more sinister purpose. Elizabeth Baddeley looks at a t...
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Electrifying Fabrics

Electrifying Fabrics | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Wearable power is on the top of my search list and each time I stumble across news out of the research kitchen I can not help but to share the latest news.
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Inside Look—Startup Sees Need for Autism, Mental Illness Devices | MDDI Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry News Products and Suppliers

Inside Look—Startup Sees Need for Autism, Mental Illness Devices | MDDI Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry News Products and Suppliers | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Common treatments for autism include behavioral learning, occupational, physical, and speech-language therapies, as well as medications.
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Nike’s Virtually Seamless “Flyknit” Sneaker is Part Shoe, Part Sock Nike Flyknit Sneaker – Ecouterre

Nike’s Virtually Seamless “Flyknit” Sneaker is Part Shoe, Part Sock Nike Flyknit Sneaker – Ecouterre | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
A concept four years in the making, the Flyknit required teams of programmers, engineers, and designers to develop the specialized upper.

This is the sort of thinking that wearable medical devices need.

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Hacker Shows Off Lethal Attack By Controlling Wireless Medical Device - Bloomberg

Hacker Shows Off Lethal Attack By Controlling Wireless Medical Device - Bloomberg | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
In his San Francisco apartment, Barnaby Jack waves a small antenna to demonstrate how a deadly hacker attack against a diabetic would begin.
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Scott Summit: Beautiful artificial limbs | Video on TED.com

Scott Summit: Beautiful artificial limbs | Video on TED.com | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
TED Talks Prosthetics can’t replicate the look and feel of lost limbs but they can carry a lot of personality.
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Should patients access data of medical devices or softwares ...

Should patients access data of medical devices or softwares ... | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Should patients access data of medical devices or softwares? March 16, 2012. Posted by Dr. ... Five Reasons Why Physicians Don't Want Patients to Have Their Cardiac Device Data. My two cents here? They DO have access ...
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Wearable Sensor Gathers Physiological Data for Up to a Week

Wearable Sensor Gathers Physiological Data for Up to a Week | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Avery Dennison Medical Solutions (Chicago, IL) has created a disposable wearable sensor to improve medical monitoring. To establish a strong identity in the quickly growing body monitoring field, Avery Dennison worked with Karten Design (Los...
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“Anatomy of an Athlete: Elite sport, surgery and medical art”

“Anatomy of an Athlete: Elite sport, surgery and medical art” | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
The Hunterian Museum of The Royal College of Surgeons has teamed up with the Medical Artists’ Association of Great Britain to create an art exhibit that brings together sports and medicine.New artworks were commissioned especially for the show that...
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Wearable Futures Conference 2012 - Innovation in Textiles

Wearable Futures Conference 2012 - Innovation in Textiles | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it
Wearable Futures Conference 2012Innovation in TextilesThis event will bring together academic, industry and user group communities engaged in the hybrid area of Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology, building on the success of the Wearable Futures...
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Communicator medical device becomes a fashion accessory for ...

Created by designer Anders Lassen, the Communicator is a brand new medical safety device intended to serve as a fashionable accessory for seniors. This fully functional emergency communication device uses wireless ...
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Press releases - Neural Implants Made of Carbon-Launch of the European NeuroCare project

Press releases - Neural Implants Made of Carbon-Launch of the European NeuroCare project | shubush healthwear | Scoop.it

Jülich, 1 March 2011 – The blind see, the lame walk, and the deaf hear: in the future, neural implants could replace destroyed sensory cells in the eye or ear – a dream come true for humanity. One of the greatest challenges yet to be addressed is designing the interface between medical technology and human tissue. In order to overcome the limitations of existing models, scientists from Forschungszentrum Jülich and eleven other institutions involved in the NeuroCare project, which kicks off on 1 March 2012, will develop novel biointerfaces made of carbon.


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