New walking aid system for people with Parkinson’s disease

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Wearable devices are transforming the health industry, offering patients a way to self-monitor and manage symptoms of various health conditions. A UK-based product designer has created a wearable device to treat menopausal hot flushes using cooling technology. Another innovation is a handheld device from Peru that helps people suffering from hyperhidrosis manage their symptoms with electrical impulses. A new wearable device from MedEXO Robotics is a walking aid system, called WalkAid, for people with Parkinson’s disease. It uses a visual cue device and tactile insoles to create guiding signals for the wearer. Parkinson’s disease affects 10 million people globally and…

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