Wearable electroencephalogram device gathers reliable sleep data from the ear

DARIEN, IL – Preliminary results of a new study show that a wearable electroencephalogram device that gathers data from the ear measures sleep as reliably as traditional EEG electrodes attached to the scalp. Comparing the distributions of intra-individual neural signature similarities for ear-EEG and scalp-EEG across four nights, results show that the observed mean difference…

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Research shows decline in collisions and convictions connected to increase in ridesharing

IMAGE: Christopher Conner, MD, PhD’s new research showed a direct connection between an increased use of ridesharing apps and a decrease in motor vehicle collisions and impaired driving convictions. view more  Credit: Rogelio Castro/UTHealth The increased use of ridesharing apps was linked to a decrease in motor vehicle collisions and impaired driving convictions in Houston, according…

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