Virtual reality (VR) headsets are becoming increasingly popular. The Futuresource Consulting report notes that the global market for virtual reality devices will reach 168 million by 2023. But what do we know about the impact of this technology on human health?
The study showed that boys whose mothers suffer from depression during pregnancy are more likely to be hyperactive and aggressive. The researchers also found that children are more likely to develop depression by the age of 18 if their mothers suffer from prenatal depression.
The influence of the chronotype on the likelihood of developing asthma and allergies in adolescents has been proven for the first time by a scientific study.
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