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UK group’s 3D printer makes pills that match individual needs
L’Oréal’s new wearable skin sensor quickly assesses skin health and suggests products
A new vaping device is nicotine free acting as an odourless inhaler filled with vitamins and is completely recyclable.
Our latest Top 5 showcases the top of the class in innovations for children.
Researchers have used AI algorithms to allow computers to determine what places are most scenic
This smart wristband has a biosensor that can count particles in the bloodstream.
In its early stage of development, a new evolutionary ultrasound system allows women to regularly monitor for abnormalities in their breast at home.
A new fitness tracker and sleep monitoring wearable can help locate users’ phones and connects with Amazon’s Alexa for smart assistant functionalities.
University researchers created an anti-noise device that prevents external noise pollution from entering a room, even if the windows are open.
Holiday cabins are placed in temporary secret locations to enable users to reconnect with their environment.
A vending machine in Sydney invites people to think about mental health by dispensing consumables for the mind.
Advances in new technology are rapidly changing the way we teach and learn. School curricula are also adapting to nurture entrepreneurship and holistic wellbeing from a very early age. Here below are some of the latest innovations shaping the future of education.
A subscription feminine hygiene company uses AI to predict exactly when women will need products each month.
A converted bus provides busy city-dwellers with guided meditation sessions at a different location every day.
A small, wearable musculoskeletal monitor that alerts wearers to dangerous motions has been designed to help reduce workplace injuries.
We spoke to co-founders Bethany Edwards and Anna Simpson, who are focusing on providing women with an ethical and sustainable product to help women find out if they’re pregnant in a convenient and private way.
Austrian startup uses the latest research in mental health to encourage its users to record the everyday things that make them happy.
UK’s first store targeting cancer patients aims to help them feel better both physically and mentally.
App allows consumers to design their homes with just the right number of air and soul-cleansing plants.
In addition to being a fun way to receive therapy, the technology by VRHealth could help avoid expensive trips to see a doctor.
We’ve picked out our top ten Health & Wellbeing articles from the last 6 months on Springwise, designed to provide entrepreneurs with plenty of fresh inspiration for the future.