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Monitoring your heart
WIWE is a medical device that provides a risk analysis of heart attack, strokes and cardiac arrest the size of a credit card. Find out more at https://mywiwe.com.au
21 September 2019 by jasond
 
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Maria's hair loss journey
Hair loss is a problem that impacts both men and women, but there are very few treatments that are effective in both sexes and even fewer with known mechanism of action. Advangen's CEO Maria Halasz discovered this first hand when she began to lose her hair when she turned 40, and after trying everything on the market began to lose hope. Advangen scientists have since formulated the evokes tonics that have been clinically proven as effective in reducing hair loss in high proportions of men and women. www.evolisproducts.com.au
25 August 2017 by alili
 
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The Ready Glove
The Ready Glove is a disposable ambidextrous medical glove with a convenient list of basic vital signs printed on its outer surface. This allows first responders (like me, Rural Fire Brigade medic) the opportunity to record a baseline set of vitals without having to find a notebook; and I can keep referring to it during patient care without having to consult said notebook.
8 June 2017 by aussiephil
 
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Fast development of an experimental vaccine for the coronavirus
Scientists at the pharmaceutical company Moderna Inc. just shipped out a batch of an experimental vaccine that might pro
26 February 2020 by Lynn Wood
 
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A headband that protects your ears
This swimming headband was designed by a physician to keep earplugs in place. It's useful for children and adults with ear tubes or grommets and those prone to ear infections. It should help protect against swimmer's ear and surfer's ear. www.earbandit.com
26 August 2017 by Lynn Wood
 
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Drinking water for fun
This tamagotchi-style water bottle with a pet on a screen is expected to be hugely popular with children, just as tamagotchi were when my daughter was growing up. It should also be very popular with parents who want to encourage their children to drink water rather than soft drinks. Kids first chose a pet for this smart bottle, and set goals according to their age and size. Their pet grows as they hit their drinking target. They can even take their pet on virtual adventures in the Gululu Universe with a companion app and connect their pets by waving them at eachother. The bottles will come with wireless charging stations, and parents can keep tabs of hydration levels and view drinking patterns over time. www.mygululu.com
26 August 2017 by Lynn Wood
 
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