Personal fertility tracking is set to get more sophisticated with the arrival of Kegg, the first wearable device to measure cervical mucus. More
White-wash walls and greenery are intended to create a relaxing atmosphere at this doctor's office and clinic in New York, designed by Alda Ly Architecture for a startup company that takes an alternative approach to healthcare. More
A smart ring developed by New York-based designer Hussain Almossawi allows people with sickle cell disease to monitor and detect low oxygen levels in their blood. More
These 3D-printed hearing aids could help people who are partially deaf to tune out unwanted background noise, but they also function as regular earphones.
Companies can gain a competitive advantage by designing workplaces that make wellbeing a default choice, argue the authors of The Healthy Workplace Nudge book in a talk Dezeen hosted with Haworth in Chicago. More