Tag Archives: Power

Flower Power: Hamilton’s Doctor and the Healing Power of Nature

—Rebecca Rego Barry on David Hosack, the doctor who attended Alexander Hamilton to his duel (and death), and creator of one of the first botanical gardens in the United States, home to thousands of species which he used for his pioneering medical research. In 1797, fifteen-year-old Philip Hamilton was burning up with an ordinary, unidentified… Read More »

Low Power Network for Wireless Body Sensors

July 19th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Cardiology, Diagnostics, Materials, Medicine, Military Medicine, Sports Medicine As wearable devices multiply and gather ever more data about our bodies, the batteries and wireless networks they rely on can become strained. To give wearables a longer battery life and to allow gigabytes of data to be transmitted at the same… Read More »