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Consistent exercise and physical movement have been proven to be beneficial for bones and joints, mental health, and overall well-being. The Scripps Research Institute is now using the wearable Eksorobot, designed by Eksorobotics for the rehabilitation of patients who have experienced spinal cord...
Time reports on a study in JAMA that has shown that the use of protective gloves and gowns by healthcare providers when seeing all patients does not have a significant effect in the spread of disease. In the study, one group of doctors working in the ICU was instructed to follow a new protocol and to wear...
NPR's Shots blog reports on a study in Obstetrics and Gynecology that aimed to determine the effect of contraception education on contraception practices. The study recruited 9,256 adolescents and women at risk for unintended pregnancy and enrolled them in the Contraception CHOICE Project. Women were then...