child abuse

Facebook pulls down 11.6 million posts on child abuse

In the latest update, Facebook has pulled down harmful content from its platform. The figures released suggest 11.6 million pieces of inappropriate content was removed between July to September 2019. According to sources, the content was related to child sexual…

vegetables

It is due to taste genes that people avoid vegetables

A new research in genes has determined that some people have a strong dislike towards eating vegetables. According to a team of US researchers, the genes could play a significant role in determining one’s liking for vegetables. The researchers allege,…

diabetes

Calculator to predict 10-year risk of diabetes complications

Team of researchers at the Cleveland Clinic have developed an innovative risk calculator for people facing type 2 diabetes and obesity. According to experts such people often encounter the dilemma of whether to undergo a weight-loss surgery or to opt…

deaf people to experience music

New Technology to help deaf people to experience music

On losing their hearing as children, twin bloggers Heroda and Hermon Berhane dedicated efforts into creating a special software which captures music in a unique manner. The prototype shirt created by the twins has sixteen haptic sensors which responds differently…

Facebook launches first digital health tool

Facebook has been trying to enter the healthcare market since almost a year and half. Latest reports suggests, Facebook’s launch of a tool known as “Preventive Health” focuses on regular checkups among users, in addition to helping them connect to…

Polio has been eradicated, declares WHO

Experts have announced the eradication of the second of three forms of polio virus. While three types of wild polio virus have been detected, they are scientifically different and are known to have the same symptoms which include death and…

UPS to launch new tech- enabled healthcare solutions

UPS to launch new tech- enabled healthcare solutions

Owing to latest announcement, UPS Premier has announced advanced services for the current healthcare and life science customers. As a result, UPS will launch a new portfolio of tech-enabled monitoring and sensing solutions in order to help with highest-quality tracking,…

artificial womb

Scientists create first artificial womb to help premature births

Scientists at the Eindhoven University of Technology have been responsible for the latest dedicated research of creating an artificial womb within the next decade. The breakthrough innovation was presented the Future and Emerging Technologies grant of the European program Horizon…