HOUSTON—NASA has joined with Stockholm-based health care product provider Essity to develop a deep-space version of a spacesuit undergarment intended to help astronauts counter a range of post-mission health concerns due to low blood pressure, including rapid heart rate, lightheadedness and blurred ...

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