Category: Science

Thermobalancing belt for the best non-invasive treatment of kidney stone

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Not drinking enough water and eating foods full of calcium and other minerals or a genetic/ idiopathic condition could cause the formation of oxalate and calcium crystals around the nephrons causing nephrolithiasis or ureter causing ureterolithiasis or the bladder causing cystolithiasis and cause what we know in common language as kidney stones. Most of us are unaware of this dangerous medical condition and only discover it when it comes full blown with pain and agony. There are state of the art medical imaging & radio diagnostic tools available for the diagnosis of this condition but quite limited and invasive techniques...

BodyGuardian RMS allows for remote monitoring of heart conditions


Cardiac arrhythmias alludes to a range of heart conditions that denote unbalanced electrical activity in the heart. The very nature of their abnormality make the conditions hard to either predict or detect, thus resulting in life threatening medical emergencies. In this regard, semiconductor producer firm STMicroelectronics has teamed up with Preventice, a mobile health solution developer, to provide for an effective solution. The solution calls for a ‘real world’ remote monitoring of cardiac arrhythmias, which can be done even form the comfort of the patient’s home.

Hi Tech LED glasses developed for visually impaired


The capability to see is one of the greatest gifts provided to human beings, but there are many people around the world who either don’t inherit it by birth or might have lost vision due to some mishap. As a solution for any such vision impairment, a team of researchers at Oxford University under the leadership of Dr Stephen Hicks from the Department of Clinical Neuroscience have come up with a set of LED Glasses dubbed as ‘Smart Specs.’

Automated Anchoring Armour for people who get nervous in social gatherings

Automated Anchoring Armour

For people who get nervous very easily in social situations, Automated Anchoring Armour (AAA) comes as a real bane in any such condition. It employs the method of evoking positive memory with straight stimulus-response conditioning by linking the memory to a certain haptic sensation. AAA works by connecting biofeedback loop (that senses wearer’s state of insecurity) via a galvanic skin response (GSR) sensor and other components like linear actuator, Arduino board, battery pack and electronics are embedded into a mounting which is hooked onto a leather wristband for holding everything in place.

Illuminating world at the dark bottom of sea


At the dark bottom of sea you will find more than you have ever expected from nature. Life is glitters there and that too in a majestically beautiful way. I found these images of illuminating creatures, inhabitants from underwater world, on National Geographic.

18 Aerial Images of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico

APTOPIX Gulf Oil Spill

An oil rig explosion that led to a massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is major news these days. The oil spill might change the face of drilling forever as the conditions are worsening. Oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico at a rate of at least 200,000 gallons a day and the ring of spill is increasing day by day. Here are 18 images from the air which will give you a better idea of this massive oil spill.

“Life Drop” to rehydrate the body

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Life Drop is a string of mini-gourds filled of liquid enriched with vitamins and minerals to regulate the amount of the liquid inside your body. Life Drop is developed for the people of the region where natural resources of water are vanishing or least available.