HOUSTON — A NASA overview of the health risks associated with long-duration space missions recommends more flight assignments for women to help gather more data on female physiological responses to spaceflight, as well as more ground- and space-based research with greater numbers of male and female subjects. The study also urges a deeper appreciation for individual and statistically significant responses to the physical and psychological challenges. It was the agency’s first ...

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