2020-09-28 (M) Hackaday Summary

In-vest-ing In Menopause
I was hesitant to write about menopause, but it didn't take long to get over the reluctance. As I read, my biggest hesitation came from seeing a polished video, but I couldn't find many pictures of the hardware. I worried this was a vaporware trap, so I wrote about it with the premise that it was not complete. The science seems good; sensors detect hot flashes, then chill and circulate air inside the vest. There is an alarm button for panic attacks and a companion app to send alerts. I hope this project gets traction.

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