Health and Technology Directory
Technology has provided health care with abilities to test for and treat a variety of conditions in amazing ways. Even common devices like cell phones and computers can do tremendous things in the world of health. Some examples are virtual colonoscopies, 3D imaging tests, robotic surgery, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how technology continues to improve the quality of health care.
High-Tech Treatments for Treatment-Resistant Depression
Researchers are constantly working on new treatments for chronic, treatment-resistant depression. WebMD talks about the latest high-tech treatments for depression.
When Do I Need Surgery for a Kidney Stone?
Kidney stones often clear up on their own. Find out when you need a procedure or surgery to treat a more stubborn stone.
Computer Vision Syndrome: Too Much Screen Time?
If you spend lots of time looking at a computer screen, you could be at risk for computer vision syndrome, or CVS. Learn more from WebMD about its effect on the eyes, including ways to prevent CVS.
Living With RA: Try These Assistive Devices
WebMD takes a look at a host of assistive devices that can make life easier if you have RA.
Teen Internet Safety Tips
With these simple Internet safety tips, kids and teens can protect their identities, keep their reputations and online experiences safe, and avoid becoming victims to online predators.
Biosensors and Your Health
Biosensors track measurements in your body that can reveal a lot about your health for you and your doctor. Learn more about this cutting-edge field.
Top Health Stories of 2006: Readers Choose
These are the 10 most viewed WebMD health news stories of 2006.
Bush Health Budget: FDA Gets More, CDC Gets Less
Taking a key early step in the annual Washington budget negotiations dance, the administration Monday officially delivered to Congress hundreds of pages of documents containing its proposals for national spending for 2002.
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Put Tech to Work For Your Health
Health apps can help keep you in tip-top shape. Learn more from WebMD how to make them work for you.
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