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Here's what to look for in the nonfarm payrolls, or NFP, report...Amazon's killer new app for books With linked e-books/audiobooks, there's time enough at last to read...How boomers can get a good night's sleep As important as it is, good sleep can
It's no secret that many in our modern age have trouble getting the sleep they need 70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep issues, according to the CDC and now that problem is popping up as a plot point in the literary world.
Sponsored Links Wearable technology seems to be the latest trend, but one Japanese company is taking it to a whole new level with an ear computer...It's a small clip that fits in the ear and allows the wearer to access apps such as a GPS or compass
The request arrived by e-mail, from a mother on behalf of her teenage son. He is still having foot pain, and we need an excuse for phys ed...A few weeks earlier, I had seen the boy, a competitive athlete, and diagnosed Sever's apophysitis , an
It's just one hour of time shift but that's enough to create a disruption of the body's internal clock, scientifically termed "the circadian rhythm." Sleep loss has consequences beyond our needing to stifle a yawn or consume more caffeine to remain
Researchers call it the Fly Mind-Altering Device (aka "FlyMAD"), and to demonstrate the system's effectiveness, they've shown that firing a laser at the head of a fly can compel it to flirt, and attempt to copulate, with a ball of wax. (Come on.
A Form One student had to be operated on at a Nakuru hospital after he was beaten by the principal at his school. The teenager has since left the school, citing physical trauma. In Summary The student had earlier been taken to hospital for a normal
Note takers help the elderly at the doctor It used to be difficult for Edith Couturier, an 85-year-old resident of the District of Columbia, to explain to her adult children on the West Coast all the details of her medical appointments.
While some things about your eyesight can't be changed without corrective lenses or surgery, there are things you can do to improve vision through simple exercises. The app, called UltimEyes , was created by a neuroscientist with the University of
UltimEyes asks users to complete tasks such as clicking on hard-to-see targets, Mashable reported. It is designed to help rewire the brain to process the information it receives from the eyes "a technique called neuroplasticity", while also keeping