Obstetrics & gynaecology

Abortion clinic websites may unwittingly aid patient prosecutions

After the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision eliminated the constitutional right to abortion, legislators in several states promised to pass laws that would cause women to be prosecuted even if their procedures occurred in another ...

Other

FDA approves Botox competitor that lasts longer

People wanting to keep wrinkles at bay will soon have a new option now that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first competitor for Botox in decades.

Other

Users care about assistive devices' look, feel and smell

A new study by North Carolina State University researchers found that people often considered the look, texture and, occasionally, the smell of two assistive devices—compression gloves and a knee brace—in online reviews ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Study shows audio experience in virtual reality can be 'authentic'

Experts, as part of the University of York's XR Stories project, have proposed a new sound strategy to developing virtual reality (VR) environments, based on how people receive images and sounds from the real world, ultimately ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Virtual lung therapy by smartphone app rivals traditional method

The QUT Inspire ISy app, was developed by QUT Ph.D. candidate Clarence Baxter and has been tested and compared with a Triflo II clinical incentive spirometry device by 24 healthy participants with the study's results published ...

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