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The stethoscope was invented in 1816 by French physician René-Théophile-Hyacinthe Laennec and motivated by a desire to accurately (and modestly) diagnose heart problems in women. The stethoscope transmitted sound to the doctor’s ear more effectively than by putting an ear against the chest and allowed the doctor to listen without touching his ear to the woman’s body.

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September 24, 2022

Did You Know?

The stethoscope was invented in 1816 by French physician René-Théophile-Hyacinthe Laennec and motivated by a desire to accurately (and modestly) diagnose heart problems in women. The stethoscope transmitted sound to the doctor’s ear more effectively than by putting an ear against the chest and allowed the doctor to listen without touching his ear to the woman’s body.

 
TODAY'S TOP STORY The Best Laptops of 2022


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How Safety Check on iPhone Protects People in Abusive Relationships


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Smart Lights Are the Easiest Holiday Decorations


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16 NASA Inventions We Use Every Day


You’d probably be shocked at just how many items we use every day started life in a NASA lab. Sometimes you’re trying to get astronauts home safely, and in the process, you invent something that belongs in every home or toolkit. Read More »

 
Nothing Teases Its Next Pair of Earbuds


Hardware maker Nothing has gained plenty of press attention due to its products, including a smartphone and a pair of affordable ANC earbuds, as well as CEO Carl Pei’s marketing antics. The company will launch the Ear (Stick) earbuds, and in good old Nothing fashion, it all starts with a teaser. Read More »

 
Google Wallet vs. Google Pay: What’s the Difference?


Google is notorious for confusingly named products, and that might be most apparent with Google Wallet and Google Pay. These two apps have taken a convoluted path to get where they are today. So which one should you be using? Read More »

 
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