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Breastfeeding Mothers Getting Help From Google Glass?

I always try to find new ways of using Google Glass in healthcare, but to be honest, I have never thought of this option.

New mothers struggling with breastfeeding may soon have the latest technology at their disposal to get expert help at any time of day.

The Melbourne office of an innovation company called Small World is about to conduct a Google Glass trial with the Australian Breastfeeding Association that will effectively allow their telephone counsellors to see through the eyes of mothers while they breastfeed at home.

The company is looking for 10 Victorian women expecting to give birth in February who want to trial the high-tech glasses for six to eight weeks to receive breastfeeding coaching.

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