Allied Health Blog
Nanotechnology could potentially reduce some of the costs and health risks associated with vaccinations -- find out how.
Biomedical research is exploring high-tech innovations to help those who need prosthetic devices.
Wearing the cloud -- wearable tech gathers lifestyle data and connects humans to resources, wherever they are.
Does a new gaming console launch get your heart racing? The new machine from Microsoft can even tell you how fast your heart is pumping.
The increase in seniors requiring home care may outpace the growth in qualified service providers. Are personal care robots the answer?
Whether you like to glide through some light cardio or pump iron and really feel the burn, these university fitness centers can help you get the exercise you need to stay in studying shape. Read about 10 recreation centers with major fitness cred.
These innovative health tech apps offer support for both patients and health care providers. Uses of technology span health informatics and record keeping as well as professional networking.
Researchers report that the right video games can improve our motor skills, distract us from pain, bolster classroom learning, and even make our minds work like younger versions of themselves.
More Americans die by suicide than in car accidents -- but we can fight back through prevention programs and awareness of the warning signs. Psychologists and mental health professionals can also do their part to support individuals in distress.
Electronic health record systems promise portable data that is more accessible to health care providers and patients alike. Find out about high-tech EHRs gaining steam in the health care system.