Bringing Podiatry Information to the User
A terrific article from the NYT. Innovation and the Bell Labs Miracle – NYTimes.com :
“Active” video games like Wii Fit won’t boost kids’ physical activity: Study – HealthPop – CBS News : ‘via Blog this’
Please imagine the possibilities. Here we now have a mesh of inexpensive sensors one can purchase and control entirely from ones’ smartphone. Again, we at SALSA posit that real medical innovation is coming from outside- and working its way in.
Here we go: I think we can now clearly see that wireless (inductive) charging is with us. Buckle up, amigos, cutting the cord here will make wifi seem provincial.
Congrats to our long-time friend Matt Cichero on this story. Here’s to the long-term success of his team in Swindon. Team puts best foot forward for diabetics (From Swindon Advertiser) :
Colombo Diabetic Foot Conference 2012 :
This courtesy of our long-time friend Dr. Lenny LaManna, who is touring Parma, Italy as we speak. Indeed, what’s old is new.
Researchers develop battery boosting Power Felt, encourages you to sit on your phone
Do you remember how goofy folks looked with their bluetooth headsets in their ears? Well, buckle up
BBC News – Melting down hips and knees: The afterlife of implants :
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