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Tablet Apps, Medication Adherence, Drug Eluting Stent, Heart Health

App Improves Medication Adherence for Heart Stent Patients

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A tablet computer application helped heart patients with drug-eluting stents take their medications correctly, a study from the University of Illinois at Chicago has found. Researchers found that patients in the intervention group had a 10 percent higher medication possession ratio than patients in the control group.

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A Quark Like No Other, Biophysics Plays Key Role in Immune System Signaling and Response, ALMA Reveals Sun in New Light, and MORE in the Physics News Source Sponsored by AIP

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Dermatology, Sarcoidosis, Tech, APP, Apple, Rare Diseases, Research

Penn Medicine Launches First Apple ResearchKit App for Sarcoidosis Patients

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Penn Medicine today launched its first Apple ResearchKit app, focused on patients with sarcoidosis, an inflammatory condition that can affect the lungs, skin, eyes, heart, brain, and other organs. The effort marks Penn’s first time using modules from Apple’s ResearchKit framework, as part of the institution’s focus on mobile health and innovative research strategies.

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Law and Public Policy

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Cybersecurity, Hacking, cyberhacking, Russia, Russia Hackers, DePaul University, cyberattacks, Terrorism

Experts Available to Speak on Cybersecurity, Russia

In light of the U.S. investigation into Russian hacking, DePaul University faculty experts are available to provide insight and commentary on cybersecurity and cyberhacking. Political scientists also can discuss how the controversy could impact the relationship between the United States and Russia.

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Northwestern University, Northwestern Medicine, Feinberg School of Medicine, Depression, Mental Health

New Apps Designed to Reduce Depression and Anxiety as Easily as Checking Your Phone

Soon you can seek mental health advice on your smartphone as quickly as finding a good restaurant.A novel suite of 13 speedy mini-apps called IntelliCare resulted in participants reporting significantly less depression and anxiety by using the apps on their smartphones up to four times a day, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study.

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Cyber Security, Los Angeles, CSU Dominguez Hills, LAEDC, Russia Hackers

CSU Dominguez Hills Presents LAEDC’s ‘Future Forums: Cyber Security’

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Leaders in digital technology, education, business, and city governance gathered in El Segundo Dec. 14 for Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation’s (LAEDC) Future Forums: Cyber Security to address society’s increasing vulnerability to cyber threats.

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UCI Introduces iRain Smartphone App

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Irvine, Calif., January 5, 2017– Climate researchers and weather forecasters get their rain data from a network of precipitation-sensing satellites that orbit Earth. iRain, a new mobile phone app developed by engineers at the University of California, Irvine puts the same precision rainfall information into the pockets of the public.

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Retail, Online Sales, Brick-and-mortar stores, retail trends, mobile apps, department stores

After Holiday Shopping Ends, Here Are 6 Trends for Retail in 2017

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Telemedicine, Wearable Technology, Healthcare

Repairing a Broken System: The Role of Technology

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Technology has promised to transform health care for years now. Multiple apps, devices, and other e-health approaches are being created to help the patient increase their awareness, education and accountability in their own health. In the not-so-distant future, technology will be able to continuously monitor, track and even diagnose a patient remotely.

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APCO, CSD, Cybersecurity, cyber research, DHS, S&T, mobile applications, mobile security, R&D, Research And Development

Snapshot:S&T and APCO Partnerto Improve Interoperability and Security of Public Safety Mobile Apps

The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International recently announced a partnership to ensure security and interoperability of mobile applications used by the public safety community.

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Mobile App Development , Chronic Disease, chronic disease management, Diabetes, Depression, Hypertension, Smartphone, mobile health, mhealth

A Missed App-Ortunity: Study Finds Few Mobile Health Apps Help Patients Who Need Them Most

The smartphones that nearly all Americans carry could transform how people manage their health, especially for those with complex health needs. But a new study suggests app makers are falling short when it comes to actually serving those who could get the most benefit from mobile health apps.

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Epilelpsy, Seizure

Free “Track It!” Wearable Tracks Seizures on Apple Watch

Nationwide Children’s Hospital and SeizureTracker.com are introducing a new wearable app to help track seizures called Track It! – available for the Apple Watch in the Apple Store today.

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AANA Journal, APP, American Association Of Nurse Anesthetists

Anesthesia Journal App Updated for Enhanced User Friendliness

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The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists announces an update with several new features for its AANA Journal app, which debuted in August 2012.

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WINE, powdery mildew, winegrape, grape disease, mobile app, Viticulture, vigneron, grapegrower

Winegrape Powdery Mildew App Goes Global

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Grape growers and winemakers around the world will be able to easily assess powdery mildew in the field with the help of a mobile application just released globally.

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Mount Sinai Health System, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, digital medicine, health apps, ehealth, mobile health, mobile health applications, mobile health apps, Healthcare, Health Technology, Health Infomation Technology

Mount Sinai Health System Launches Patient Experience App for Android Devices

Mount Sinai Health System today announced the launch of the Android version of its mobile application for patients, called MountSinaiNY.

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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, , The New Polytechnic at Rensselaer , HackRPI , Hackathons, Computer Science, stem, math, Virtual Reality, Gaming, Mobile App Development , mobile applications, Technology, Simulations, Programming, Coding

Exploratory Programming: Gearing Up for the Ultimate 24-Hackathon

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Most people think of “hacking” as a computer security issue. But, to the members of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute student hackathon organization, dubbed “HackRPI,” it simply means using technology to develop or create something that’s never been used before, which for students is part of the excitement and challenge. Plans are underway to host the third annual 24-hour “hackathon” event on the Rensselaer campus Nov.12-13.

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Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorder, smartphone apps, Biomedical, computer science and engineering, medical apps, Student Research, Mobile App Development

Smartphone App for Early Autism Detection Being Developed by UB Undergrad

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Early detection of autism can dramatically improve the benefits of treatment, but often the disability is not suspected until a child enters school. A new smartphone app being developed by a University at Buffalo undergraduate and her advisor could change that by giving parents a reliable, easy-to-use tool for at home use to determine if there is a need for clinical examination.

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Smartphones Offer Promise in Better Gauging Rural Life, Researchers Find

The use of smartphones enhances self-reporting of weather incidents, school attendance, illness, and other aspects of daily life in rural areas, a team of researchers has found. Its pilot study indicates that such technologies have the potential to transform data collection in these regions, providing near-real-time windows into the development of markets, the spread of diseases, and the diffusion of ideas and innovations.

Life

Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Social Media, Privacy, Privacy concerns, Privacy Issues, online privacy, UALR, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, social media analysis, Nitin Agarwal

Arkansas Doctoral Student Researches Privacy Awareness on Social Media

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock doctoral student is out to discover how knowledgeable people are about their privacy on social media. Terry Williams, a doctoral student in the integrated computing program, is using a series of surveys and privacy awareness tips to investigate privacy awareness and social media in her dissertation, “A Study of Privacy Awareness in the Digital Age and the Influence of Knowledge Over Time.”

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Education

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Disabilites, Apple Apps, College Of Engineering, access for the blind, Autism, Blind, College Students, Mobility Impairments, Physical Challenges

New Navigation Tool Improves Campus Accessibility

A new student-designed app is making it easier for those with disabilities to navigate Michigan State University’s sprawling campus.







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