www.cachet.dk Review:

Copenhagen Center for Health Technology - CACHET - This is the homepage for the Copenhagen Center for Health Technology - CACHET. CACHET is a strategic partnership between the Capital Health Region of Denmark (RegionH), the City of Copenhagen, the Medical and Health Faculty at the University of Copenhagen (KU-SUND), and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).Through evidence-based technological research, CACHET will create the foundation for new personalized health technologies and products for the benefit of citizens and the society in general. The vision is to promote and support healthy living, active ageing, and chronic disease prevention and management.

  • http://www.cachet.dk/research The flexible researh model of CACHET - CACHET - CACHET is hosting and affiliated with a wide range of research projects and has a very flexible research model.
  • http://www.cachet.dk/research/projects/diacon DIACON - The Artificial Pancreas - Diabetes & Control - CACHET - According to International Diabetes Federation, 415 million people had diabetes in 2015. These numbers are expected to rise to 642 million by 2040. The objective of the DIACON project is to develop an artificial pancreas for people with Type 1 diabetes.
  • http://www.cachet.dk/research/projects/radmis RADMIS - Reducing the rate and duration of re-admission among patients with unipolar and bipolar disorder using smartphone-based monitoring and treatment - CACHET - According to WHO, depression is becoming a leading cause of disability. The RADMIS project seeks to design smartphone-based monitoring and treatment technology for depressive patients. The goal is to establish the efficacy of this technology by measuring re-admission and clinical outcome.
  • http://www.cachet.dk/about/phd PhD Project Grants - CACHET - The Copenhagen Center for Health Technology supports PhD Projects within personal health technology within its three strategic areas; (i) healthy living, (ii) active ageing, and (iii) chronic disease prevention and management.

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  • C.S. Lewis fan - The scent is pretty typical for tea tree

    This is my third purchase of this product. It's mild enough to use on abrasions and scratches without burning and aids in healing. I use it for any skin problem. The scent is pretty typical for tea tree, not a problem but distinct. I add it to coconut oil for a night moisturizer.

  • C. Robinson - The perfect sequel to Atlas Shrugged

    Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead starts with the words, "Howard Roark laughed." Her Atlas Shrugged began with "Who is John Galt?" This, Rand's long lost novel, begins with the auspicious "10097". From this, she quickly moves into her main point: the struggle of evens versus odds, primes versus non-primes, light against darkness, and most importantly A versus non-A. As you read this book, you will find yourself immersed in a realm of pure abstraction, as you witness the struggle of the good (which I suspect are the evens, but maybe I'm wrong) against evil. You will watch the "prime" movers change the course of destiny. If you loved when Howard Roark was on the elevator of his building with Dominique in the Fountainhead; if you loved when John Galt made the sign of the dollar in Atlas Shrugged, then you will love when . . . no, I can't ruin this for you. Bravo Rand.