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A look at the top health innovations in Edmonton for 2019
Su-Ling Goh takes a look at the top health innovations in Edmonton for 2019. True Angle Medical feature starts at 1:45.
The Globe and Mail – Health & Fitness
Researchers say new technology helps some patients with neck and tongue cancer relearn how to swallow food Lesley O’Connor-Parsons expected never to eat solid foods again. But after participating in the six-week trial of a new mobile technology aimed at helping...
CBC – Radio Canada ICI Alberta
Un nouvel appareil portable permet aux dysphagiques de réapprendre à avaler des solides. Une équipe de chercheurs de l'Université de l'Alberta a mis au point une technologie qui pourrait redonner aux patients atteints de dysphagie la capacité de manger des aliments...
CTV News Edmonton
New wireless device to help patients with head and neck cancer swallow. Patients with neck and head cancer who have difficulty swallowing will now be able to eat solid foods at home with the help of a new mobile device.
Health Matters: Feb. 4
In Monday’s edition of Health Matters, Su-Ling Goh looks at a device designed by an Alberta research team to help head and neck cancer survivors and tells us about a spin challenge to raise awareness about cancer. View video
U of A Faculty of Engineering – A Hard Act to Swallow
A new medical device envisioned by a faculty member of the University of Alberta Faculty of Rehab Medicine and developed with the help of a UAlberta Engineering graduate promises to improve the lives of patients with trouble swallowing, a condition known as dysphagia....