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Top Trends And Technologies Shaping Medicine in 2015! [The Future of Medicine: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/future-medicine/]

Top Trends And Technologies Shaping Medicine in 2015! [The Future of Medicine: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/future-medicine/]

A tiny (one-centimeter-square) biosensor chip developed at EPFL is designed to be implanted under your skin to continuously monitor concentrations of pH, temperature, and metabolism-related molecules like glucose, lactate and cholesterol, as well as some drugs.

A tiny (one-centimeter-square) biosensor chip developed at EPFL is designed to be implanted under your skin to continuously monitor concentrations of pH, temperature, and metabolism-related molecules like glucose, lactate and cholesterol, as well as some drugs.

Patch-like sensor is similar to HealthPatch that can record and send bodies' information to synced smartphones and computers.

Patch-like sensor is similar to HealthPatch that can record and send bodies' information to synced smartphones and computers.

A friend suggested that I try yerba mate tea to boost my energy. What is yerba mate? Is it safe? Yerba mate isn't likely to pose a risk for healthy adults who occasionally drink it. However, some studies indicate that people who drink large amounts of yerba mate over prolonged periods may be at increased risk of some types of cancer, such as cancer of the mouth, esophagus and lungs. Smoking in combination with yerba mate seems to greatly increase the cancer risk.

A friend suggested that I try yerba mate tea to boost my energy. What is yerba mate? Is it safe? Yerba mate isn't likely to pose a risk for healthy adults who occasionally drink it. However, some studies indicate that people who drink large amounts of yerba mate over prolonged periods may be at increased risk of some types of cancer, such as cancer of the mouth, esophagus and lungs. Smoking in combination with yerba mate seems to greatly increase the cancer risk.

To hear a pitter patter from afar: Catching heartbeats with millimeter-wave radar - Heartbeats can now be measured without placing sensors on the body. Japanese researchers have come up with a way to measure heartbeats remotely, in real time, and under controlled conditions with as much accuracy as electrocardiographs.

To hear a pitter patter from afar: Catching heartbeats with millimeter-wave radar - Heartbeats can now be measured without placing sensors on the body. Japanese researchers have come up with a way to measure heartbeats remotely, in real time, and under controlled conditions with as much accuracy as electrocardiographs.

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