The first digital hospital in Turkey is pushing boundaries in the health sector. 3D hologram nurses welcome isitors and issue each patient with a digital card, which means that misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment are reduced. Important documents can be quickly and easily sent to other hospitals. Moreover, cameras record x-rays and the like so that the images can be seen via the Internet, democratising diagnosis.
Why it matters
Improving technology means that pioneering treatments are more widely known about and information can be shared more readily. Will this mean receiving the right care and finding out about new developments in healthcare becomes easier?
A Firefox app that removes your Facebook’s timeline content for one day. The app was developed by Ogilvy Brussels to mark the World Alzheimer’s Day. Everything is removed from your personal page; pictures, posts, friends and is replaced by a thought provoking message: ‘Imagine your life without memories. For 36 million people living with Alzheimer’s disease, this is reality.’
A whopping 45.8% of over-65s don’t use suncare products, reporting status, image, and habit as their reasons for skipping the sunscreen.