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Anti-Smoking Ads Not Reaching Most in U.S.

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A nationwide survey shows a majority of American adults, including half of those who smoke, did not see court-ordered anti-smoking TV or newspaper advertisements. . . . → Read More: Anti-Smoking Ads Not Reaching Most in U.S.

Next Generation Robotic Pets in Development

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A research team at University of Cincinnati is studying ways robotic pet animals can provide more help to older and infirm individuals. . . . → Read More: Next Generation Robotic Pets in Development

Trial Tests Diabetes Drug for Smoking Cessation

Luba Yammine and Joy Schmitz

A clinical trial began enrolling participants to test the ability of a drug approved for treating diabetes, to also help people stop smoking cigarettes . . . → Read More: Trial Tests Diabetes Drug for Smoking Cessation

Science-Based Careers You Should Consider

In this article, we are going to take a look at some of the best careers that you might want to consider if you want to do something which is scientific. . . . → Read More: Science-Based Careers You Should Consider

App Created for New, Pregnant Moms in Opioid Recovery

Maria Manriquez

A smartphone app is being developed to help pregnant women and new mothers with an opioid addiction, by a medical professor and health care technology company. . . . → Read More: App Created for New, Pregnant Moms in Opioid Recovery

Virtual Reality Coupled with EEG for Autism

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An engineering-psychology team is developing a system connecting virtual reality with brain signals in real time to improve clinical treatments for autism spectrum disorder. . . . → Read More: Virtual Reality Coupled with EEG for Autism

Behavioral Science Behind the Web User Experience

When you’re creating an app or a website for your business, you always need to consider how easy it is for your customers to navigate and find the information that they need. . . . → Read More: Behavioral Science Behind the Web User Experience

Being Prepared for the Unexpected in Daily Life

Here are some of the threats we can face daily, some more dramatic than others. . . . → Read More: Being Prepared for the Unexpected in Daily Life

What It Takes to Ace Your Online Course

Studying by yourself, even with support available virtually, can be a challenge. . . . → Read More: What It Takes to Ace Your Online Course

FDA Clears Mobile App for Opioid Use Disorder

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The Food and Drug Administration authorized a mobile app, when prescribed by clinicians for patients with opioid use disorder in outpatient treatment programs. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears Mobile App for Opioid Use Disorder