New attention shines on an old patent as social media revives the great over-or-under toilet paper debate.
The Bluetooth-enabled toothbrush, which became available as of last week, is embedded with a sensor to track brushing habits and enable users to send their oral hygiene particulars to dentists.
Soon, a scanner using light spectroscopy might be able to tell if you have cavities or if you're giving all your teeth equal attention when you brush.
Big data provided by business intelligence app Sikka says that economic performance can be predicted by dental hygiene. And we're headed for a downturn.
Although the West African nations stricken by the Ebola outbreak are not tech-savvy, text messaging, phone calls, and even radio are helping educate the most at-risk people.
NY's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene uses software to look for words like "sick" and "vomit" in Yelp reviews.
On NBC's "Today" show, Priscilla Chan says her husband's hoodies have improved, but there are places she won't let him wear them.
Cleaning your headphones only takes a few minutes of your time, and is possible with household items.
Treat your pearly whites right with a Bluetooth toothbrush and app that makes sure you clean your teeth properly, tracks your brushing, and helps you find a dentist.
This new toothbrush hooks up with a smartphone app to dispense advice on your brushing habits.