Google has as of late created a “smart spoon” that keeps food sustenance from spilling, which may perhaps be exceptionally helpful for the individuals with Parkinson’s disease. In clinical trials, the Liftware spoons diminished shaking of the spoon bowl by a average of 76 percent, CBS News reported. The technology in the spoon senses how a hand is shaking and makes immediate moment correction to keep on balanced.
UC San Francisco Medical Center neurologist Dr. Jill Ostrem, who is a specialist in movement disorder issue like Parkinson’s disease and fundamental tremors, who supported to design the device. The device which has a fork attachment too, has been a surprising resource for some of her patients.