After completing most of the tasks online who would like to travel through the rushy roads of the city to deal with a slight headache or acidity.
Over the years, many startups have continuously allured people online to get the stuff and services healthy life from the comfort of their home.
Now, arrived the Unmanned Ariel Vehicle (UAV) commonly called as the drone. The unique thing about the new transport system is you cannot ride on it. They are small rotary-wing aircraft that can carry payloads over long distances directly to those who need without much human attention. Drones have touched many walks of life, and now it is ready to write a new chapter in healthcare services.
Researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Harvard Medical School, and MIT have designed a smartphone-controlled “smart” bandage containing gel coated fibers that can conduct electricity. Unlike the traditional bandages, no redressing of the wound is required while using the “smart bandage".
Ambitions to evolve and secure the future lead everyone to race against time. The changing lifestyle tampers with the health and fitness of an individual. Women’s reproductive efficiency is being significantly affected by this phenomenon. The whole scenario has given rise to an emerging market of assisted reproductive technology (ART). The global assisted reproductive technology market is expected to reach over 37 million USD by the end of 2025.