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Childhood Behavioral Problems Linked to Adulthood Insomnia

Childhood Behavioral Problems Linked to Adulthood Insomnia

Researchers have found a link between childhood behavioral problems and having insomnia as an adult. Their findings were published...

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AI-Powered Prosthetic Hand Provides Unprecedented Control for Amputees

A robotic hand that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide unprecedented control for amputee users is currently being developed at École polytechnique fédérale de...
gene therapy

DNA Injections Could Replace Expensive Antibody Treatments

A research team at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium has recently created a DNA injection that can induce the production of new antibodies, marking...
blindness

Effectiveness of Gene Therapy for Blindness Depends On Timing

A research team from the University of Pennsylvania has recently found that approved gene therapy for inherited blindness may only be effective when used...
wearable

Can Your Smartwatch Help Detect Rare Heart Disease?

Recent research has shown the efficacy of wearable devices in improving the screening and detection of atrial fibrillation (AFib). Mobile health technologies such as...
irhythm

Verily and iRhythm Team Up to Develop Atrial Fibrillation Detecting Wearable Device

Alphabet’s research organization Verily is teaming up with iRhythm, a wearable heart monitor company, to create a device that can detect atrial fibrillation (AFib)....
electronic glove

E-Glove Giving Prosthetic Hands Lifelike Appearance and Sensitivity

An electronic glove has recently been developed by researchers at Purdue University that can be worn over a prosthetic hand to provide sensory perception....
3d print

Researchers Receive Nearly $2M to 3D Print Brain Electrodes

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have recently received a $1.95 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to 3D print a new...
vr pain

Study Finds Virtual Reality (VR) to Be Effective in Treating Severe Pain

According to a recent study, the use of virtual reality (VR) may be able to significantly reduce severe pain in hospitalized patients. VR therapy...
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