Doctors have been quietly testing the potential of Google Glass in medicine. The latest is how it could benefit patients with Parkinson's.

Patients afflicted with Parkinson's tremor much, making it difficult to use touchscreens. It is pretty difficult to manipulate tiny keys on a screen with that kind of condition.

According to a study at the Newcastle University in UK, patients have reported how Glass's augmented reality could help with "freezing". Patients will sometimes feel their legs suddenly freeze and a need to focus their sight. They sometimes have to use laser pointers for this purpose.

Glass on the other hand, could help deliver discrete notifications to take drugs to prevent stuff common lack of motor control problems like this.

More of this research to come. Read on over here: [Newcastle University]