Tag Archives: Light

Supporting the increased bandwidth demands of light rail with new antenna range from HUBER+SUHNER

Dedicated antennas optimised for light rail vehicles have been launched by HUBER+SUHNER, further expanding its offering to the transport sector. As all transportation market segments look to cope with rising bandwidth demand, rail, light rail, and road vehicles all have different requirements. The SENCITY® Tram rooftop antennas range has been developed to provide an all-in-one… Read More »

Aduhelm and Alzheimer’s Disease: A Potential Medicare Budget-Buster Puts A Blazing Light on Health Care Costs and Innovation

The FDA’s approval of the first therapy to treat Alzheimer’s Disease in over twenty years brought attention to a not-yet-convened debate of U.S. health care costs and spending, innovation, and return-on-the-investment (as well as “for whom” do the returns accrue). In my latest post for Medecision, I explore different angles on the Aduhelm and Alzheimer’s… Read More »

Let There Be Light

Is it possible that some day the blind will be able to see. The answer is yes even though we are not quite there. A number of centers around the world are doing basic research on devices that can be surgically implanted into a human eye. This type of device is called a retinal prosthesis.… Read More »

Medical News Today: Could blue light reduce blood pressure?

Exposure to blue light may help combat hypertension, according to a recent study. If the findings are replicated in a larger sample, blue light could provide a cost-effective and side effect-free intervention. Blue light may be the future of blood pressure treatment. The results of an investigation into the effects of blue light on high… Read More »