Why don’t we embrace technology to improve our health?
According to new reports, Apple is secretly testing a new means for diabetics to non-invasively monitor their blood sugar.
The results of a two-year study show that fitness trackers aren’t a reliable means of supporting weight loss over a long term period.
Apple is reportedly working on a new wearable which would supplement the Apple Watch and provide daily health-related analytics.
Uber is experimenting with the introduction of on-demand healthcare in the United States.
At Apple‘s “˜Spring Forward‘ event yesterday, the company announced that they are taking a step in an all new direction, one that they haven‘t been involved in yet – medical research. While Apple has had their fingers in almost every pie over the last few years, the medical field is […]
With Apple‘s announcements on Tuesday, we could all clearly see that there is a major emphasis on health and fitness integrated technology. And while we were all consumed by Tim Cook‘s keynote, another tech company – more famous for making chips – announced a new project that will no doubt […]
Fitness and health accessories seem to be the new frontier among gadgets and wearables. The Galaxy S5 has a heart rate monitor and S Health app to help you manage your active lifestyle, many companies have created a wearable band or smartwatch to help you monitor all your vitals, and […]
If we needed any more proof that health-focused gadgets, apps and services are exploding, then this is it. With people becoming more concerned about what they are putting into their bodies, developers have started making devices that can help with said problem. And here is yet another one. Meet Vessyl […]
Stellenbosch has recently become home to one of approximately 20 metabolic chambers globally ““ and the first of its kind to be based on open source technology. Enabling the tracking of human metabolism with an accuracy that far exceeds previous methods, this technology is set to revolutionise the way we […]