Wrist device developed by University of Nottingham reduces tics in those with Tourette’s syndrome, tested by Lewis Capaldi

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The University of Nottingham has developed a wrist device, called Neupulse, which delivers electrical pulses to reduce the frequency and severity of tics in people with Tourette’s syndrome. A clinical trial involving 121 people in the UK showed an average reduction in tic frequency of 25%. Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi, who has Tourette’s, recently tested the device and said he was impressed with the results. The university called the results encouraging.

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