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Dec 30, 2016
www.houstonchronicle.com
An annual report from AARP found that the age group generates $7.6 trillion in economic activity, with many in this demographic remaining employed longer and determined to stay active as they age. Marketing expert Mary Furlong, founder of the Silicon Vall
Sep 06, 2016
spectrum.ieee.org
This is the final installment in a three-part series looking at exemplars of products that demonstrate how wearable devices are increasingly infiltrating everyday life; previous articles have looked at a wearable baby monitor and an activity tracker for p
Sep 02, 2016
www.orlandosentinel.com
Lake Nona is unveiling a smart home highlighting innovations designed to improve health and well-being -- from a vitamin C shower to an alarm clock that lights up to simulate dawn. The 6,000-square-foot triplex, named WHIT for Wellness, Health, Innovation
May 31, 2016
www.lgcnsblog.com
Per Stenius, PhD, CEO Reddal Inc., per.stenius@reddal.com, and Seoweon Yoo, seoweon.yoo@reddal.com. See also www.reddal.com Most people with a modern smartphone have experienced getting notifications about their physical activity from a preinstalled healt
May 17, 2016
www.bizjournals.com
CarePredict: A Fort Lauderdale-based company that has created a wearable sensor device that detects declining health. The company is solving the problem of over-reliance on human observation to catch declines in the health of seniors by developing a techn
Mar 30, 2016
www.browardpalmbeach.com
When people think of startups, they might imagine a warehouse office in Silicon Valley, crowded with young software engineers who prefer T-shirts to suits. Think Google, Facebook, and billionaires under the age of 30. But could Broward County become the S
Feb 01, 2016
electronichealthreporter.com
Guest post by Ted Spooner, CEO of RespondWell. Anyone who grew up playing video games ought to have a greater appreciation for the future of healthcare. When they moved out of the arcade halls and into living rooms, video games became more accessible to m
Jan 22, 2016
www.interimhealthcare.com
Wearable technology like smartwatches and fitness trackers are becoming increasingly common devices to help people stay motivated towards their health goals. Mobile trackers can remind people when they have been sedentary too long, monitor heart rates and
Jan 03, 2016
www.itweb.co.za
The future of wearable healthcare technology is now. And it is awesome. In our neck of the woods, wearable tech is still very much a novelty. "Oh, you have an Apple Watch?" "Yes, it came with my phone" kind of novelty. Unfortunately, at its heart, this ki
Jan 01, 2016
igm.univ-mlv.fr
—Usefulness of health care services is seriously effected by medication adherence. Medication intake is one of the cases where adherence may be difficult for the patients, who are willing to undertake the prescribed therapy. Internet of Things (IoT) infra

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