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Social media, Wi-Fi gadgets and a sense of shame keep people motivated.
New treatment may be a way to control hypertension when drugs don’t work.
Laser pulses can control a beating heart without causing damage, and could lead to new kinds of pacemakers.
A new kind of sensor could allow for long-term medical monitoring–without direct skin contact.
An implant could deliver drugs directly to the cochlea.
A device sends shockwaves to prompt blood vessel growth.
An implanted biofuel cell may someday power medical devices.
By automating the tracking of tumor cells that circulate in the blood, doctors can see if a cancer treatment is working.
The technology is being used in engineering, design, and moviemaking.