In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at the world's first compostable toothbrush, Samsung launches S Health for tracking blood pressure and blood glucose levels from your phone and Microsoft launches Kinect PlayFit.
In this edition of Healthy Tech, we look at two Kickstarter projects that runners are going to be super interested in, as well as new shoes from Nike that take advantage of some fancy tech.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, Garmin unveils a fancy watch for swimmers, a company called PLX Devices unveils a headband that monitors your brainwaves so you can control specialty apps on your smartphone, and Eyejets shows off SlideLens...
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at a bag that goes from bicycle handlebar bag to carry all purse, a 15-year old might have changed the way we diagnose cancer and a Kotaku blogger shares how he lost 80 pounds in six months.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at toothbrush technology, a peripheral that will let your iPhone examine your inner ear for ear infections and apps that can help you monitor (and hopefully lessen) your acne in a way that uses no snake oil, but innovation instead.
In this week's edition of Healthy Tech, we look at whether or not standing desks are a healthy option for workers, five ways mobile is impacting your well being and Nike and Microsoft partner up to turn the Kinect into a workout machine at E3 2012.
In this week's Healthy Tech: the U.S. Olympic Committee decides to start using electronic medical records for athletes during the 2012 London Games, doctors get a video game to better interface with troublesome patients and a new study says that mobile devices do improve your overall health and wellness.
This is "Healthy Tech," where guest columnist Alan Danzis reports on choice healthy technology news stories. Each week you'll discover new fitness gadgets, apps and going-ons, as well as what's around the corner, with medical innovations that will one day change the way you monitor and impact your overall health and well-being. In this week's edition of Healthy Tech: walking can help burn calories and charge your phone, too, when you add a 24-year-old inventor's tech to the shoe soles; a mobile start-up proves that pretty much no one in the entire world is eating healthy at 1 A.M.; and one company gets millions in venture capital to help you the perform self-tracking of serious medical ailments at home.