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Top Health Technology at CES 2017

The 2017 CES show, held in Las Vegas on January 5-8, attracted over 165,000 attendees from around the world and featured over 3,800 companies. Exhibitors range across a wide spectrum from virtual reality headsets and

From the conference floor – tech of CES 2017

The Bloomlife wearable contraction sensor can automatically detect, count and track contractions in pregnant women. The device enables expecting mothers to distinguish between false alarms and actual labor pains.   READ MORE

CES 2017: Five gadgets to help consumers get healthy

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5 (UPI) -- The Consumer Technology Association's 2017 CES is showcasing several health and wellness-related products, including wearable technology, for the show's 50th anniversary. This year's CES, held in Las Vegas, will

Bloomlife is redesigning prenatal care

These companies had a very special CES experience as they all pitched in front of multiple groups of judges on stage at the Sands Expo. The startups were competing for $50,000 and being named the

Bloomlife’s baby bump wearable tracks your contractions

While there are several ways to entertain your unborn child with the latest chart toppers, the kind of technology that's invaluable during pregnancy is typically reserved for hospitals and clinics. But a company called Bloomlifewants

At CES, tech moves into the nursery

As technology caters to an ever-younger crowd, developers are creating new tools for infants and their parents, and even aiming at the yet-to-be born.   READ MORE

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