Low Power Network for Wireless Body Sensors

July 19th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Cardiology, Diagnostics, Materials, Medicine, Military Medicine, Sports Medicine As wearable devices multiply and gather ever more data about our bodies, the batteries and wireless networks they rely on can become strained. To give wearables a longer battery life and to allow gigabytes of data to be transmitted at the same… Read More »

Air Pollution Linked to Increase in Newborn Intensive Care Admissions: Study

New Born Baby | (Photo Credits: Pixabay) Washington D.C, July 20: Infants born to women exposed to high levels of air pollution in the week before delivery are more likely to be admitted to a newborn intensive care unit (NICU), suggest the recent findings. Depending on the type of pollution, chances for NICU admission increased… Read More »

What’s Really In Joe Biden’s Health Plan For America : Shots – Health News – NPR

Enlarge this image Opponents running to Joe Biden’s left say his health plan for America merely “tinkers around the edges” of the Affordable Care Act. But a close read reveals some initiatives in Biden’s plan that are so expansive they might have trouble passing even a Congress held by Democrats. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption… Read More »