Skulpt Chisel

Quality, not quantity

The Skulpt Chisel measures muscle quality throughout the body and simpliefies into a score.100 MQ is average so the higher a muscle’s MQ score, the stronger, leaner and fitter the muscle! The Chisel works via 12 sensor...
What's Up

What’s Up?

This app incorporates CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) to help users deal with depression, anxiety, anger, stress and more. It features 12 common negative thinking patterns and ...
Khushi Baby

Information In A Necklace

Khushi Baby is a necklace for babies that contains an NFC (Near Field Communication) chip that healthcare workers can scan with a smartphone to access medical and immunisation records. The necklace, which works as a digi...
Mio

Reducing Parkinson’s Symptoms

Mio is working with digital health firm, Beneufit, to help patients with Parkinson’s disease. The companies aim to use exercise to reduce the symptoms of Parkinson’s by tracking a patient’s progress during prescrib...
Google Glass

Google Glass Has Heart

Cardiologists at the Institute of Cardiology in Warsaw (Poland) used Google Glass to open up a chronically blocked coronary artery in a 49-year-old man. Blood flow was successfully restored in the artery after using Glas...

Social Media Madness

Social media has its merits but do you know if you’re spending too much time online? Here’s where you find out if you’ve crossed into ‘crazy territory.’ Most young adults today have not just one but multiple so...
Spiritual Counselling

Spiritual Counselling Goes Online

Three websites (ChaplainsOnHand.org, ChaplainCareforVeterans.org and CantBelieveIHaveCancer.org) are offering free spiritual counselling via Skype or phone. The online spiritual counselling is being offered by the three ...
Read, clean, drink

Read, Clean, Drink

Post-doctoral researcher at Carnegie Mellon University (USA), Dr. Teri Dankovich, has invented a book made out of treated paper that can filter water. The paper in the book contains information on how and why water needs...
Blunders

Blame It On Technology

De Montfort University Leicester (UK) found that people who spend more time on the internet or mobile phone (even without internet) are more likely to make blunders such as missing appointments, failing to notice road si...