FDA moves to ban shock devices used to treat behavioral problems
The Food and Drug Administration wants to ban electrical stimulation devices used to treat behavioral problems, saying they pose an “unreasonable and substantial” risk to public health. It’s not often that the FDA makes moves to ban a device, but the government agency has concluded that these tools should no longer be used as a means to modify behavior.
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