Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression and anxiety related to the decrease of sunlight in the autumn months. It generally starts at about the same time each year and, not surprisingly, ends when spring reliably delivers more sunlight each day.
By Rachelle Chong| 2016-10-22T11:20:12-08:00 October 4th, 2016|Categories: Computers, Featured Author, General, Health, Health & Wellness, News, Popular, Science & Technology, Technology, Top Stories Headline|Tags: 3-D, Body Computing, Digital Health, Doctor, Healthcare, Medicine, Virtual Reality, Women in Technology, Women's Health|
Virtual reality (VR) mostly makes headlines among gaming enthusiasts big and small. Gamers love to don a VR helmet and enter a fantasy world where they are transformed into a warrior, goddess, or other character. One of the most promising uses of virtual reality, however, is how it will transform healthcare in the immediate future for all of us.