The Stanford Longevity Project was designed in response to the declining death rates across the country. As medical advancements cure illnesses and create technology to detect health issues early, questions arise as to how people will stay physically fit, financially stable, and mentally sharp at 100.
In the healthcare category, Forbes says that Cincinnati has one of the best startup scenes in the country. A common thread among organizations working towards these goals — like Children’s Hospital and CincyTech —is they are tackling high-use issues in different ways. That includes everything from small, wearable, injectable devices that can be used for a multitude of conditions, to analyzing people’s sweat to ensure proper medication dosing.
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