The future of health care is social, and techie

One of the first products being developed by this medical-device partnership is a breath analyzer that can detect lung cancer earlier than current diagnostic procedures.

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Flipboard Tips

You can search for anything on Flipboard, and with 2.0 we instantly create a magazine out of your results. Here’s everything you need to know about finding great content.

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Find Yourself: Search Flipboard to Add Content to Your Magazines

Digital publishing is about putting your content where your readers are. That sounds straightforward, but it’s not so simple, because lots of readers are now on lots of different channels — blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Flickr, YouTube, and more. That’s why, for bloggers and content publishers, it’s handy that Flipboard magazines let you combine content from all your current social platforms, all in one place.

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Will Wearable Tech Bring Humanity a ‘Sixth Sense?’ | LiveScience

Could gadgets that measure brain waves and heart activity boost athletic and work performance, and perhaps even change the field of medicine?

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Philips – Design

At Philips Design, we know we can only fulfill people’s needs and desires when we truly understand what they are. That’s why we always begin with getting to know as much as we possibly can about our target audiences: their priorities, values, inspirations, likes and dislikes. With this insight, our international, multi-disciplinary and diverse design team is able to deliver truly relevant solutions that anticipate people’s needs, exceed their expectations and enhance our customers’ business success.

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Steve Jobs Rejected The First Medical App In 1977

Here’s the story of what might have been the first Apple medical app, except for the fact that in 1977 Steve Jobs had absolutely no interest in going in that direction.

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e-Health Sensor Platform V2.0 for Arduino and Raspberry Pi [Biometric / Medical Applications]

In August 2013 Cooking Hacks launched the new version of the first biometric shield for Arduino and Raspberry Pi: the e-Health Sensor Platform V2.0. Thanks to the feedback given by the Community and several projects that have been created with it, we have improved the e-Health platform with new features such as:

New muscle sensor

New blood pressure sensor

Upgraded glucometer

New Connection possibilities

In this tutorial we will explain how to work with e-Health Sensor Platform V2.0. If you have e-Health V1 you can see how to use it on this link:

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