Need a cup of coffee? Most of us reach out for that hot brew effortlessly without even realising that a complex system of musculoskeletal and brain processes is hard at work. However, for patients with reduced mobility, even grabbing a simple spoon may prove to be rather challenging.
Key benefits of exercise for better physical wellness
Do you find yourself sitting too much, and are somewhat concerned about the long-term effects of a sedentary lifestyle?
Smart Wearables to Monitor Glucose Levels
With the rise in computing technology, the development of smart wearables has grown significantly, allowing users to track and monitor various health and fitness metrics. In addition to the development of hardware, the rise of computing technology has also led to the development of sophisticated software and algorithms that can analyse the data collected by smart wearables.
Reduce diabetic foot problems through proper foot care
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), diabetes is a major cause of lower limb amputations, among other serious health complications.
Managing migraine without medication
With a significant proportion of the general population experiencing headache disorders, many of us are familiar with how debilitating migraines can be.
Innovations to improve sleep for insomnia
For many of us, the stresses of work and modern day living in the digital era have encroached into our bedtime, eating away the precious hours of sleep that our body requires for the healthy functioning of both the brain and the physical body.
UV-detecting Swimwear – Ready to Take The Plunge?
We all know that too much exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays are harmful to our skin, and yet that doesn’t keep us from having a whale of a time at the beach from time to time. What if there are smart swimwear that detects and measures our exposure to UV rays accurately and in real-time?
Smart Bras that can detect cancerous cell growth – fad or science?
According to the Singapore Cancer Registry, breast cancer remains the most common cancer diagnosed in females and the leading cause of cancer death in women.
Asthma Monitoring Wearable Devices
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), in many parts of the world, asthma is often the most common chronic disease among children. In Singapore alone, approximately one in five children has asthma.