Cerena Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator, a device that can be used to relieve pain caused by migraines has been allowed for marketing by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Australian company, Seeing Machines has created a device that can detect a dozing driver and prevent the driver from falling asleep.
A Japanese company, Scentee, announced that it has created a gadget that can release aromas for iPhone user to smell.
The wireless pacemaker was just approved within the European Union.
Researchers created a new index that helped them measure the levels of consciousness in people who have suffered from brain injuries.
Researchers report that mathematical abilities could be enhanced via a new brain stimulation device.
Researchers announce that they have created a newer version of the cochlear implant that could significantly improve sound resolution for deaf individuals.
A multicenter clinical trial evaluating the effects of a treatment closing a hole in the heart for stroke patients promises good results.
Currently, patients need to undergo repeated surgeries in order to replace batteries in pacemakers. However, a new device tested recently, can convert energy from a beating heart to provide enough electricity to power a pacemaker, the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2012 heard. Indeed, tests suggest that the device can produce 10 times more energy than required. This device is a huge discovery since patients wearing pacemakers, with the help of this device, would be able to eliminate the need for replacements when batteries are spent.