Virtual reality may predict both the behaviour of sex offenders and the effectiveness of therapies they have undergone, a study shows.
Researchers have suggested that placing kids into a mixed reality-part virtual environment and part real world-has great potential for increasing their physical activity and decreasing their risk of obesity.
Watching an "avatar", or a computer-generated image, that performs weight-loss actions in a virtual community might help women shed weight in the real world, says a new US study.
Soon virtual reality will enable us to identify human food cravings and a way to control them for better health benefits.
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