Currently in China, robots have taken over the jobs of workers such as those in food and clothing manufacturing. With the ageing population and immense pressure on healthcare services, researchers are looking towards robots robots to replace doctors. At the moment, … Continue reading “The Robot will see you now”
This video taken from GPs Behind Closed Doors on Channel 5 – it illustrates the role the GPs play within the community. It’s very interesting to see the impact they play and gives you some good hints and tips on … Continue reading What Happens at the Doctors Stays at the Doctors…
The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is an internal stabilizer in the knee joint, preventing hyperextension. Injury of the ACL occurs when the ligament is over stretched. * neuromuscular relates to nerves and muscles. ACL injuries are one of the most … Continue reading Injury Prone? A Wearable that can Prevent Neuromuscular Injuries.
I’m sure everyone at uni knows the long hours you spend hunched over at a computer, doing multiple assignments due all on the same day 😭 For the long periods of time, your back is not support your posture gets … Continue reading Students: Is Uni Giving you Bad Posture?
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disease of the nervous system marked by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow, imprecise movements. It is caused by a loss of … Continue reading Wearables can Help to Improve the Lives of Parkinson's Disease Patients