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Top 10 Healthcare Predictions For 2016

Top 10 Healthcare Predictions For 2016

"As 2015 comes to a close, Frost & Sullivan experts and thought leaders gather together to predict the top 10 trends to expect during the coming year."

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Ideo Helps Design A Wearable To Treat Chronic Pain

Ideo Helps Design A Wearable To Treat Chronic Pain

"Quell, a pain-zapping sports band, shows the rich potential of wearables in healthcare."

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Top 10 wearable tech gadgets to watch in 2015

Top 10 wearable tech gadgets to watch in 2015

"Rather than focusing on tracking your daily activities or acting as a digital assistant, Quell is a wearable meant to help people who suffer from chronic pain conditions."

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Top health and fitness tech from CES 2015

Top health and fitness tech from CES 2015

"...we found some fascinating new devices in the health and fitness categories that offered unique takes on what defines wearables as a category."

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Here's the innovative CES tech you almost missed

Here's the innovative CES tech you almost missed

"Tech West, the new expo space at CES, is where the quirky stuff lives. Away from big names like Intel, Samsung and LG, Tech West is where startups gather to showcase products you’ve likely never heard of..."

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NeuroMetrix News

Tom's Guide - May 11, 2017

Pain Relief Tech Sounds Great, But Does It Really Work?

As anyone who suffers from chronic pain knows, finding a “cure” or even just a bit of relief can feel like an endless challenge. Sometimes, medications, physical therapy and even surgery aren’t a cure, but some tech companies have developed consumer-friendly devices that they say can help.

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MedCity News - April 19, 2017

What motivated these wearable tech entrepreneurs to help aging populations?

Last week, we published the winners of a reader poll that selected the inaugural 50+ Innovation Leaders, presented by AARP. It’s an initiative that calls attention to the ways in which entrepreneurs are addressing the needs of the aging population.

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Los Angeles Times - April 6, 2017

10 high-tech gadgets to help you get to sleep

We’re losing sleep over … sleep.

Blame it on job stress or the circadian-rhythm-wrecking blue light of cellphones and tablets, but studies show that nearly half of Americans don’t sleep well and that significant percentages of us suffer from chronic insomnia and sleep apnea, and that causes us to turn to prescription sleep aids. This lack of overnight recovery creates stress, ruins productivity and batters your health.

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THE HUFFINGTON POST - March 30, 2017

Me vs. Fibromyalgia: Part 18 — 3 Key Devices to Relieve Chronic Pain

On Monday night, I was relaxing on the couch watching Law and Order: SVU with my English Bulldog, J.Z., when I realized I forgot to take my vitamin D… again. That’s the second time this week that I’ve messed my meds/vitamin routine up.

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CNBC - March 7, 2017

This Pain Relief Wearable Can Cure You Without Meds

This 100% drug-free wearable claims to relieve you from chronic pain by using pain relief technology.

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The Longevity Network - February 28, 2017

Guest Voices: Dr. Shai Gozani of NeuroMetrix On Thinking Beyond a “one size fits all” Approach to Treating Chronic Pain

As it stands, more than 1.5 billion people worldwide suffer from chronic pain. And while the United States spends $600 billion annually on the direct and indirect costs of chronic pain, more than half of people with chronic pain report inadequate pain control. The numbers are alarming.

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