Archives for May 2013

This “Watch” Can Stop Unnecessary Heart Attack Deaths

About half of all people at risk of death from heart attacks could gain the chance to live, once Israeli entrepreneur Leon Eisen’s new Oxitone device goes to market in about 18 months. Using two optical sensors, and another special high-tech tool, he’s developed the world’s first “watch” that can just about tell when your time may be up. It’s no joke: Oxitone was … [Read more...]

Have You Had Your Hug Today?

Most of us have moments when we could really use a hug – when we’re sad, lonely, scared or stressed. The therapeutic value of a good squeeze for emotional well being is well documented. For people affected by autism, post-traumatic stress and anxiety or attention disorders, research has shown that hugging is an especially effective soother. Spread the Word • Email this … [Read more...]

Company Seeks To Reduce Cell Phone Radiation

Concerned about the amount of radiation coming from your cellular phone into your body? You’re not alone. A multiethnic team of scientists led by Israel-born Florida businessman Haim Einhorn devised the $30 Bodywell Chip using a patented process that reduces the absorption rate of electromagnetic radio frequency (RF) energy by more than 80 percent. The chips are made by … [Read more...]

Video Surveillance Breakthrough Saves Lives

When two bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, the police and security officials in charge of investigating the attack turned immediately to the many video security cameras posted in the area. Combing such vast amounts of material would have taken months, or even years in the past, but with new video analytics technologies developed … [Read more...]