The Food and Drug Administration has issued preliminary guidance pinpointing cybersecurity concerns that manufacturers should consider when developing medical devices.
A team of researchers led by the University of California San Diego have developed a wearable patch that non-invasively monitors blood pressure in arteries deep beneath the skin in order to detect cardiovascular issues.
In recent years, research has continuously confirmed the usefulness and efficacy of meditation, including its ability to alleviate anxiety, control depression, lessen stress, and produce a host of other health-related benefits.
Another digital device has been created that allows patients increased capabilities to monitor health.
Researchers have developed a patch that indicates how much cortisol is being generated through a person’s sweat. The hormone cortisol, which influences emotional stress, blood pressure, metabolism, immune response, and memory formation, changes naturally throughout the day, and can rise because of increased stress.