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French health-tech manufacturer Withings continues to impress with its range of clinically validated smart devices that track your vital statistics - and with style too, as evidenced by the latest Rose Gold model ScanWatch to hit our shores.

French health and medical IoT company Withings has announced the upcoming launch of ScanWatch Rose Gold, a new watch that scans and detects heart and health conditions to improve one’s health and fitness, and can also send a notification to its wearer when it detects an irregular heartbeat.

Published in Health

An emerging standard called UMA promises to make it easier to control who can access your data.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 02 December 2014 18:49

Oh shirt! I’m having a heart attack

I wish my Dad had a shirt that could warn him of an impending heart attack, seeing as one cruelly took him 8 weeks ago, but Telstra’s Dr Hugh Bradlow, speaking at the IOT Connect 14 conference says they’re available and are part of the Internet of Things revolution.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 19 June 2010 23:29

Tea and coffee drinkers have better hearts

A new study from the Netherlands has shown that moderate tea and coffee drinking helps to protect people from heart disease.

 

Published in Health
Wednesday, 12 May 2010 23:16

Nuts may save your heart

A U.S. study has discovered that eating nuts like pecans, walnuts, and peanuts every day can help improve blood cholesterol levels and reduce coronary heart disease.

 

Published in Health
Wednesday, 12 May 2010 22:57

Heart takes a pounding on overtime work

A study conducted by researchers from Finland, the United Kingdom, and France found a relationship between working a lot of overtime hours and the likelihood of having heart problems. The study stresses the importance of balancing work and leisure.

Published in Health

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