The global war against the coronavirus pandemic continues to wage on while researchers and medical experts seek to find a cure for COVID-19 symptoms. While many believe this is here to stay for an indefinite period, others feel that this too, shall pass.
Your smart home probably has gadgets to help you enjoy more convenience or stay entertained. Why not add to the assortment and invest in things that could improve your well-being? Here are seven high-tech medical devices to consider adding to your smart home.
In the U.S., the global coronavirus has claimed nearly 100,000 lives and 30 million jobs. Consequently, what COVID-19 has brought to light is the strength of our country’s health care infrastructure, begging the decades-old question of how we perceive medicine, doctors, hospitals, insurance companies, and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Of the many technologies portrayed in science fiction that have become reality, robots have perhaps played the greatest role in rapidly reshaping our society. From architecture to zoology, you can find these electronic helpers tirelessly working alongside their human counterparts in just about every area of research and industry.
Following the White House’s declared state of emergency in March and subsequent Harvard study showing a need for up to 20 million COVID-19 tests per day by the end of summer, innovation from the manufacturing industry has responded with a scalable technology capable of closing the testing gap.
In 2015—the most recent year for which data is available— the total amount spent on healthcare in the United States was $3.2 trillion, which represents 17.8% of gross domestic product (GDP). This amount far exceeds that of other industrialized countries, most of which have publicly-funded universal health systems. While the federal...