An EEG That Fits Inside Your Ear | MIT Technology Review Device Could Spot Seizures by Reading Brainwaves through the Ear A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures. By Aviva Hope Rutkin on August 15, 2013
Pain in the knee almost stops your life as it makes you unable to move with ease and there is an acute pain in the knee joints when you walk or run or bend your legs. There are many home remedies, which you can use to combat this knee pain without making a hole in your pocket.
Printable, Foldable Shoes Could Solve the Developing World's Footwear Shortage. Amazing. Probably also really easy to trace paper versions onto fabric and sew up instead of fold, and Voila! You have your very own hand-made shoes.
Researchers find portable, low-cost optical imaging tool useful in concussion evaluation Date: June 26, 2014 Source: University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences Summary: Two separate research projects, published recently, represent important steps toward demonstrating on patients the utility of portable, optical brain imaging for concussion and substantiating -- via a large-scale statistical analysis -- computerized neurocognitive testing for concussion.