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Mobile Technology Shakes Up Pregnancy Research

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Current pregnancy recommendations don’t work for everyone. Researchers at TSRI and STSI aim to change that.

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Students Propose Solutions to Critical Health Issues at Annual Hackathon

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From virtual reality to crowdsourcing ideas, participants at UC Health Hack 2017 combined creativity and problem-solving to create projects addressing critical issues in health systems and global health. The 181 participants focused on one of two tracks: health care delivery or refugee health.

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Study Underscores Benefit of Smartphone Use to Track Children’s Health

The research appears in JAMA Pediatrics on March 20. “The take-home message is that a smartphone can help a child be healthier across a number of health care behaviors, like making sure they get vaccines or eat a healthy diet,” said co-author Christopher Cushing.

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Local Teens Win Business Venture Prize in IMSA's TALENT Power Pitch Competition

Local teens win business venture prize for speech therapy app and life saving smart exit sign.

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A New World for Wireless Communication, Parachute Design, Flipping Magnetic Memory Cells, and More in the Engineering News Source

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Mount Sinai Researchers Publish Results of First-of-Its-Kind iPhone Asthma Study

Built using Apple’s ResearchKit, the Asthma Mobile Health Study demonstrates utility, security, and validity of smartphone-based research to engage broader patient population

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Improving the ER, Opioids and Surgery, Colds in Transplant Patients, Hearing Aids, and More in the Healthcare News Source

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Using an App to Speed Surgical Recovery

Messaging software helps patients follow steps for healing March 6, 2016 Many patients can recover from major surgery more quickly if they diligently follow recommended practices to aid the body’s healing process — but it’s difficult for these patients to remember and follow the many instructions they’ve been given, especially after surgery has left them weary, medicated and in discomfort.

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Smartphone Interruptions: Are Yours Relentless and Annoying?

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Does your smartphone spew a relentless stream of text messages, push alerts, social media messages and other noisy notifications? Well, Rutgers experts have developed a novel model that can predict your receptiveness to smartphone interruptions. It incorporates personality traits and could lead to better ways to manage a blizzard of notifications and limit interruptions – if smartphone manufacturers get on board.

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New Mobile App Helps Families, Individuals Cope with Dementia

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Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing have developed a free mobile app for individuals suffering from dementia, their families and caregivers, as a way to improve the quality-of-life, well-being and knowledge of the disease that affects nearly 48 million people worldwide.







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