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Secure passwords able to be sent through the body

A team of computer scientists and electrical engineers at the university of Washington have developed a way for the human body to send secure passwords. The team discovered that by using benign, low-frequency transmissions generated by devices such as fingerprint sensors and touchpads, they were able to transmit data using both the sensors and the…

Martin Myers, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, talks about how a mobile solution could help save thousands of lives across the globe
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Mobile testing service saves lives

Martin Myers, consultant clinical scientist and laboratory director of clinical biochemistry, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, talks about how a mobile solution could help save thousands of lives across the globe. It was a chance meeting earlier this year with professor Paul French, clinical psychologist at Greater Manchester West Mental Health Trust that opened…

University of Washington (UW) researches have developed SpiroCall, a tool that can use any type of phone to measure lung function. SpiroCall enables anyone
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Lung health diagnosis is just a phone call away

University of Washington (UW) researches have developed SpiroCall, a tool that can use any type of phone to measure lung function Shwetak Patel, Washington research foundation endowed professor of computer science and electrical engineering at the UW, said: “We wanted to be able to measure lung function on any type of phone you might encounter…

Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt is a big advocate for the digitisation of the NHS, however this did not excuse him for using his smart phone in parliament
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Erm, that’s not how mhealth works Mr Hunt

Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt is a big advocate for the digitisation of the NHS, however this did not excuse him for using his smart phone at a recent parliamentary debate. During a debate about NHS bursaries the speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, brought Mr Hunt to order after he was caught using…

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