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Dr. Joseph Delano Fule Robles, 10 Oct 2018

An augmented reality (AR)-based communication aid is shown to be safe and effective for patients with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

21 Sep 2018
Having a history of depression seems to increase the risk of coronary heart disease in midlife women younger than 65 years of age, a recent study has shown.
24 Nov 2018
Increased intake levels of coffee or tea appear to be protective against the risk of depression, whereas high consumption levels of soft drinks may have an opposite effect, according to a study.
Dr. Joseph Delano Fule Robles, 10 Oct 2018

A recent study showed that wearable sensors are effective for identifying factors associated with high stress and low mental health.