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This innovation could be a lifesaver for women

Men are more likely than women to receive CPR in public. The creators of a new fabric attachment that gives manikins more womanly features hope to change that.

New York ad agency JOAN Creative and organization The United State of Women developed the Womanikin, which attaches to a manikin used during CPR practice and gives the manikin breasts, reports CNN. 

“The vast majority of us learn on a flat-chested torso. This universal attachment will change that. The Womanikin won’t solve everything,…

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