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Technologies influence all the aspects of our lives, becoming an integral and essential part of all the activities we participate in. Education, of course, is one of the areas that get influenced by the technological advancement the most, and for a good reason. Technology in education gives us the opportunity to see regular things from …

PALO ALTO, Calif. (KABC) — The COVID-19 era created an environment where patients became more comfortable with telemedicine. Now, as we begin to see a resumption of surgeries, a California company is pioneering what it calls procedural telemedicine. Millions of surgeries every year, from knee replacements to pacemakers, have a medical device representative in the …

NEW YORK, May 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Industry Overview The global digital health market was valued at USD 111.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 510.4 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 29.0% during 2020-2025. Different technologies such as mhealth, electronic health record (EHR), healthcare analytics, and telemedicine contributed …

Written by Shambhavi Dutta | New Delhi | Published: May 21, 2020 7:10:48 pm With Covid-19 becoming more unpredictable than ever, healthcare systems across the world, including that of India, are strained. (Photo: Getty) The medical industry, for the most part, functions on physical interaction, with a doctor checking the pulse, using a stethoscope, feeling …

An Uber driver in a surgical mask is seen in a mirror in the Manhattan borough, following the outbreak of coronavirus in New York City. (REUTERS/Jeenah Moon) Ctrl + N Gig workers are calling on food delivery and ride-hailing apps to make it easier for them to access the temporary benefits the companies promised in response …

A visit to the dentist has always been a source of fear for many patients. Visiting the dentist means painful procedures and having to sit under a blinding bright light with tools being uncomfortably positioned inside your mouth. Dentist appointments are something people postpone as much as they can. A visit to the dentist, however, …

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Getting treatment for mental health problems such as anxiety and depression can be difficult because of the distance to a provider or because of the cost of treatment. But computers and tablets are changing that. Last year, the Barren River Initiative to Get Healthy, or BRIGHT, recommended using telemedicine, which involves …

New technologies and data tools may help to heal a broken health care system and prevent disease, one physician and author argues. Dr. Daniel Kraft, a physician-scientist and faculty chair for medicine at Singularity University, joined us on “Take Care” to discuss emerging technologies and advances in medicine and what they mean for the future …