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Angela Dunn interviews Eli Stefanski of the Business Innovation Factory on their Human Centered Design work for Children’s Medical Center in Dallas.

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Insect breeding farm that allows people to produce and eat fly larvae in their homes by graduate Katharina Unger from University of Applied Arts Vienna.

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When you touch your own body, you feel exactly what you touch — better feedback than any external device. And you never forget to bring your body.

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“This is the first time such a sophisticated piece of tech was created just for a child,” says Filip’s CEO.

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“Wearables can’t just perform a specific function — they have to look good too. This is actually more important for kids than adults,” Peachey told VentureBeat.

I don’t I agree with Filip CEO, I do expect that whatever I put on my bpdy to fit inwith my style and to look good, and make me feel good too.

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Taken in the early 1900s, these vintage X-rays reveal the anatomical damage of long-term corset-wearing.

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images of not so healthy-wear!

 

Although Corsets are being used to manage certain health conditions, such as Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and the problems with ribs.

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Creative Arts in Humane Medicine: A resource book that touches the heart of what it is to be human Cheryl L. McLean writes: Humanistic medicine is a growing trend as more medical professionals inte…

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Decades of clinical research has explored the psychology of human suffering. Yet that suffering, as unpleasant as it is, often has a bright side: compassion.’

 

Human suffering often inspires beautiful acts of compassion by people wishing to help relieve that suffering. What led 26.5 percent of Americans to volunteer in 2012 (according to statistics from the US Department of Labor)? What propels someone to serve food at a homeless shelter, pull over on the highway in the rain to help someone with a broken down vehicle, or feed a stray cat?

 

By Emma Seppala

 

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