Epocrates is again giving away its popular Epocrates Essentials App for free to qualified medical students. This promotion is for a limited time and represents a $159 value.
Author: Cory Schultz
An RFID-reading, motion-sensing wristband called Hygiene Helper, buzzes to tell healthcare workers if they are washing their hands properly or not.
Swiss scientists have developed a tiny, portable personal blood testing laboratory that sends data through mobile phone network
Visiting doctors to Tanzania recently created an effective and cheap method of diagnosing parasites in children. The device they hobbled together costs around $8 to assemble and uses commonly found items.
The FDA is hosting a virtual web conference on August 30th. This conference will be focused on helping to define which apps need FDA approval and the process of getting there. It will occur from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm EST. To register, go to the official website or call 888-838-5578.