Your smart watch may not only measure your steps and physiological parameters but also detect when you are falling sick, a new study has revealed.
Symptoms of agitation among patients with dementia can be managed safely by using tablet computers, a new study has found.
Katherine Snedaker says she has had 20 concussions, the first three decades ago from a car accident when she was 16. But it wasn’t until her son suffered a series of concussions in the sixth grade, around 2008, that she felt compelled to learn all she could about head injuries to help him recover.
The heart of an unborn child beat strong and steady through an amplified monitor, as physician Leslie Hayes examined a pregnant 40-year-old who recently was weaned from heroin with help from anti-craving medication.
Though the number of heart patients is on the rise world-wide, the situation in India is even more alarming, cardiology experts said.
What beverage goes best with lobster rolls, a bagel sandwich stuffed with whitefish, or a bowl of ramen? Coke wants you to think of soda.
When laypeople think of what a psychopath is like, they may, quite reasonably, think of someone potentially very dangerous, even evil, yet they are also likely to think of someone highly intelligent. However, research shows that psychopaths are no more likely to be highly intelligent than the average person.
Word of mouth and past experience with providers are the most significant decision factors while choosing healthcare providers in the UAE.
The Sultan Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan Humanitarian and Scientific Foundation is setting up the first cancer treatment centre that will use proton beam therapy.
The Zayed Giving Initiative, the UAE’s leading philanthropic organisation based on the model of humanitarian volunteer work, is adding nine state-of-the-art mobile medical units to increase the capacity of its Emirates World Humanitarian Field Hospitals, CEO Dr. Adel Al Shamari said.