Forget dieting or various surgeries or complicated work out to lose weight. G- Trainer antigravity treadmill helps you lose 80% weight instantly. All you have to do is zip yourself up inside a G-Trainer antigravity treadmill and turn on a small air compressor. As the pressure inside increases, it starts to compensate for your body weight, adjustable up to 80% compensation in increments of 1%. Meanwhile, your body movement is unrestricted, allowing you to exercise on the treadmill normally.
Specialists believe that Wii will bring back the flexibility to damaged areas of burns victims and those with hand injuries and that most patients actually enjoy their treatment. They also feel that using the Wii is a way of extensively improving movement, while not seeing the activity as therapy, which helps motivate them. Wii can also be done at home, so patients are able to continue their own personal therapies.
The SightMate LV920 vision tool can help 40 to 60 percent of patients improve their visual acuity, and hence their quality of life. It can also assist people with Diabetic Retinopathy or Glaucoma who have suffered a gradual loss over the entire vision field. Tests have proved people with a 20/70 to 20/200 acuity in their better eye have been able to increase their reading and distance acuity to the range of 20/20 to 20/40 using their remaining peripheral vision while wearing the SightMate.
UK scientist surgical robot will make hip operations so simple that even students can get good results. Usually, operations using chrome alloy to re-emerge the ball of the hip joint are difficult and require years of experience to perfect however untrained students using the robot for “virtual” operations have been able to achieve high levels of accuracy.
Designed by an obstetrician, kickTrak kick counter will, reliably track your baby’s movement pattern. So all would be mothers can sit back and relax kickTrak is a safe, noninvasive, 3-in-1 handheld device to give you peace of mind.
Forget injecting Botox needles to reduce wrinkles, Scientist have created a face cream Synake that imitates the paralysing effect of snake poison to vipe out wrinkles. You just have to apply this cream morning and night with “remarkable” results.
So what if it makes you look ridiculous atleast it is better than having a wrinkled face. A new set of facial exercises called face yoga promised to turn back the clock, returning your face to its smooth, youthful prime, without a scalpel in sight.
Scientists have created a device that generates energy from human movements. That means now a walk in the park would be sufficient to charge the raft of batteries needed in today’s power-hungry gadgets. The first people to benefit could be amputees who are being fitted with increasingly sophisticated prosthetics.
Intellidrug is a device that ensures patients take the correct amount of medicine, at precisely the correct time. So you no longer need to wory if you forget to take your pills or hate to take them, this device just two molars in size could be the right solution. Made of stainless steel and polymers, the IntelliDrug device is comprised of a drug reservoir, a micro-fluidic duct, an electrically controlled valve, sensors, and two batteries. The medication is placed into the reservoir as a solid pill.
Korean scientists have succeeded in building a three-dimensional map of a protein linked to pneumonia, opening new horizons for swift development of antibiotics to fight viruses that have developed resistance to existing treatment. Led by Kim Eun-kyung, a senior researcher at the biomedical research center of the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), the team said it succeeded for the first time in the world in using X-rays to construct a three-dimensional map of the FabK protein in the pneumonia virus.