Concept of the Future of Skin Fusion in Replacing the Need for Stitches, Using 3D Printing http://3dprint.com/19528/suture-3d-printing/

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Thync - Change your mood for only 299$ The Thync neurosignalling device can calm you down or hype you up in just a few minutes!

Thync's mood-changing wearable arrives for $299

Thync's device - "How eager are you to calm down (or psych yourself up) at a moment's notice? If the answer is "enough to buy a fairly expensive gadget," your solution is now within reach. Thync has launched its namesake mood-changing wearable at the heft

Hope in a Glove for Parkinson’s Patients:  A wearable device promises to help steady hand tremors by using an old technology—gyroscopes.

How the GyroGlove Steadies Hands of Parkinson’s Patients

Hope in a Glove for Parkinson’s Patients: A wearable device promises to help steady hand tremors by using an old technology—gyroscopes.

Telemedicine refers to the usage of telecommunication methods to provide healthcare and medical services remotely. With healthcare delivery already under pressure, telemedicine is poised to tackle lot many challenges of the industry head on. This infographic by Kays Harbor Technologies is an attempt to highlight the benefits of telemedicine.

Will Telemedicine Be the Panacea for Healthcare Industry? [Infographic]

Telemedicine refers to the usage of telecommunication methods to provide healthcare and medical services remotely. With healthcare delivery already under pressure, telemedicine is poised to tackle lot

The Digital Diagnosis: The Medical Industry and the World of Personal Tech Are Rapidly Converging

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The Digital Diagnosis New digital health diagnosis infographic created by MDG Advertising comprehensively outlines how the lines between the healthcare industry and consumer electronics continue to blur with each passing year.

The ARC is the first pen designed specifically for patients with Micrographia, a condition that Parkinson’s patients have as the result of having difficulty in routine movements. ARC uses similar technology to Liftware – high frequency vibrations that massage and manage muscles in the hand and helps move the pen across the page.

ARC Parkinson's Pen

A brain tumor convinced Lucy Jung to design for those in need. Her Arc Pen can help patients with Parkinson’s Disease write legibly.

Connectivity and innovation are changing the healthcare landscape. These are the key health tech trends we expect to see at the SXSW and throughout the year.

Philips illustrates how data, connectivity and innovation are changing the healthcare landscape, as well as the key health tech trends we expect to see at the and throughout the year

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