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The integration of technology into healthcare has helped clinicians and patients be able to keep a better track on one’s health.  While having alerts go off if there is a medical issue is a good thing, others are experiencing alert fatigue and are questioning if these surveillance tools are making things better.  According to a new KLAS study, these...
Malaria is one of the oldest diseases scientists have tried to eradicate but with little success. Reason being, drug researches have had a tendency of hitting a downward spiral due to lack of reliable technologies that give proper insight. Luckily, new techs like artificial intelligence have come aboard, and in this case, researchers are tapping into the power of...
Out of all the Operating Systems, this world has a huge range of Windows OS users. And with that large user-base, Windows has come to a point where it gets weekly updates so as to give a glitch-free experience to the users. And out of all the glitches and bugs, slow boot issue is one of the highest experienced...
Out in this tech space, bugs or glitches are always pretty annoying. When talking about the Windows Operating System, we do experience a lot of bugs while using it.  You can say it undoubtedly because of the updates that your Windows PC keeps getting. Here, we are gonna talk about the one common problem that all Windows users face. “problem...
In yet another out of the world innovation, scientists say they’ve developed a cellphone-based diagnostic tool that detects the HIV virus. Is it the kind of technology you can use to snoop into another person’s health status? Well, not exactly that, on the contrary, it allows room for consent. Nonetheless, the interesting part about this new tool is that it uses...
Technology has improved many aspects of our lives over the years with advancements occurring on so many levels.  Unfortunately, even the best of intentions where tech is meant to be beneficial can be exploited into causing harm.  Such an occurrence has been recently reported as a mail scanning feature designed by the United States Postal Service to be a...
A new study shows it’s possible to treat chronic pain with electrical stimulation of the brain. Actually, doctors all over the world now agree that chronic pain is the major cause of disability, and the hope is that this concept will finally be the solution to this kind of pain. That is, researchers at the University of North Carolina Health...
Considering how the healthcare sector is continuing to evolve with its integration of technology, it is important to recognize that not everyone is on the same level in their knowledge of tech.  Understanding this is important especially with senior patients who many are not as tech savvy as younger users are; this is problematic as some health gadgets target...
Royole Corporation was the first company to reveal its foldable smartphone, which is also a tablet. The device is called the Flexpai, and to be honest, it doesn’t look truly impressive due to the design and the high price. At the end of the day, we have to accept the fact that this is a first-generation product, therefore, it won’t...
Here is another big milestone in the water-splitting technology that performs two types of photocatalysis simultaneously. It’s a new approach never heard of in the industry. As in, a team of scientists from EPFL has managed to develop what they call a photocatalytic system using abundantly available material found in a category of metal-organic frameworks. In its current state, the system...

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