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    TKSTAR Waterproof GPS Tracker,GPS Tracker TMobile Sim Card for Kids/Elderly/Dementia with Stick, Portable Realtime GPS Tracking Device with SOS Alarm Free Platform& App
    GPS or Navigation System (JUNEO)


    JUNEO


    List Price: $42.00
    Price: $42.00


    • ✔Widely Used:Perfect for tracking vehicles, teens, spouses, elderly persons or assets
    • ✔Set Safety Area:Get text when a person or car leaves the designated area. Free software to monitor.
    • ✔Realtime Tracking-GSM/GPS dual mode positioning, pos itioning accuracy of up to  5 meters.
    • ✔Small size with SOS function.And Unique waterproof design,never need to worry the rainy days.
    • ✔Simple to use:Compact size goes anywhere | Attaches to vehicle or belt | Insert in backpack

    BrickHouse Security TrackPort 2.0 GPS-TP2 on VERIZON, OBD II Plug-In Covert Fleet / Vehicle Tracker with Real Time Tracking (Single)
    CE (Brickhouse Security)


    Brickhouse Security


    List Price: $49.99
    Price: $49.99


    • Pre-set 60 seconds reporting on the exclusive BrickHouse Security GPS Platform. Tracking runs on cellular service.
    • Plans starting as low as $9.99 for monthly GPS tracking service - No contract required! Cancel Anytime. Billing begins 7 days after activation. Simple online activation. ALSO DOES NOT WORK OUTSIDE OF USA.
    • Real Time Location Viewing, Detailed Travel Reports, Speed Alerts, Geo Fencing Capabilities and Panic Button.
    • Simple Plug In Installation. Move it Instantly from Car to Car. Need vehicle tracking for an investigation? Repossesion work? Teen Driver? Roadtrip? Keep track of your fleet / delivery vehicles? ** Quantity pricing available for business customers.**
    • New & improved exclusive iPhone & Android App Makes Mobile Tracking Easier. Get text or email alerts to your computer or smartphone if a vehicle exceeds a user-defined speed. Or set up a geofence and get instant alerts when a person or vehicle moves into or out of a "safe" area you've designated.

Device To Help Track Alzheimer's Sufferers

"It's a mountainous help for us it's obviously critically important from a safety where one is coming from for the individual," said Unlike GPS, authorities say this technology will still industry even if the wearer is in a building or enclosed space.

GPS Shoes Help Alzheimer's Patients, Caretakers

It's very common for people who have dementia to wander off on their own. When that happens, frantic family members have to search for them, and call the observe if they can't find them. Technology -- in the form of shoes that have GPS tracking -- is

Gold Alert helps find missing 78-year-old

Walsh says it's also top-level to register vulnerable adults with Onondaga County's Throw Lifesaver. While the Gold Alert system gets information out to the public, Discharge Lifesaver uses GPS technology to track adults with dementia and Alzheimer's,

Have a health MOT in the New Year

Have a health MOT in the New Year "In men, they'll (GPs) also cease for things like risk factors that will cause diseases down the track," Dr McCoy said. These "lifestyle" risks file smoking, over-drinking and a lack of exercise. Younger men who look and have a hunch generally healthy are

Decreased Ability in Finding One's Way Could Help Diagnose Dementia in ALS or Alzheimer's, Study Suggests

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The influence of aging on how humans map their surroundings, and visualize and choose different routes to get from one place to another, has remained unexplored, compared to the alterations induced by memory and learning. However, researchers believe that the decline in navigational ability could aid earlier diagnosis of dementia.

“In humans, navigation is much more cumbersome to research than learning or memory,” Thomas Wolbers, lead author of the study, said in a press release . Wolbers is the Laboratory Head of the Aging & Cognition Research Group at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, in Magdeburg, Germany. “But it has such a dramatic impact on everyday life, and the key structures of the ‘navigational network’ in the brain are very sensitive to both ordinary healthy aging and pathological factors.”

As humans age, the strategies to chart directions alter. Healthy, older individuals prefer to map landmarks or boundaries relative to their body position (an egocentric strategy). This contrasts with the allocentric strategy, done in relation to external objects, which enables much more efficient learning of the spatial layout. Of note, the egocentric approach can lead to reduced mobility, which is a worrisome sign in younger people.

Is there such thing as a GPS Tracking device for a person?

My father has been diagnosed with mild dementia and he recently got lost driving. Even though he is not driving anymore, is there a device that he can wear if he takes walks etc that will track him. Maybe something that he has on him that has software


Of course !! A GPS receiver calculates its position by precisely timing the signals sent by the GPS satellites high above the Earth.

Each satellite continually transmits messages containing the time the message was sent, precise orbital


Of course !! A GPS receiver calculates its position by precisely timing the signals sent by the GPS satellites high above the Earth.

Each satellite continually transmits messages containing the time the message was sent, precise orbital

Human Gps Tracking??

VeriChip has plans to conduct a 2 year pilot study to test their RFID technology. It will implant 200 Alzheimer’s patients located in Palm Beach County, Florida with tiny electronic capsules that contain a 16 digit unique patient identifier. The patients


I think that the "causal link to cancer" is a base canard. How exactly is the implantation of an inert device going to lead to cancer?

I also think that the ethics of the study would require that either the patients themselves


I think that the "causal link to cancer" is a base canard. How exactly is the implantation of an inert device going to lead to cancer?

I also think that the ethics of the study would require that either the patients themselves