NASA's 'Ironman' in-flight workout suit may help paraplegics walk10/14/2012
What's even more fun than watching NASA inch its way into the final frontier is that so much of the stuff they're developing to make space flight less dangerous has significant applications here on Earth. Meet the "Ironman" workout suit, conceived to help prevent astronauts' bodies from going all soft and gooey during long space flights. Apparently, by flipping the switch from "inhibit" to "assist," the suit could also help paraplegics to walk. Woo hoo, now we should all be set for repelling the invading alien hoard. [Source]
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Could this be the answer for paraplegics?