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In Japan, ‘Orange Peel Art’ Might Be The New Origami - DesignTAXI.com

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Singing show tunes helps fight off dementia, Alzheimer's disease: study 

Singing show tunes helps fight off dementia, Alzheimer's disease: study  | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A study by U.S. scientists has shown that the brain function of those suffering from dementia can be improved if they belt out their favorite show tunes.
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Smartphone obsession makes ignored partners cheat: study 

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Smartphone madness is driving a wedge between partners, a new study says. Almost half the people who cheated on their lovers, 45%, did so because the partners spent too much time on phones.
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Twig Razors: Razors for life! | Bornrich

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Bornrich - Home of luxury and most expensive things
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Restaurant Seats Diners on Beauty Scale

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Apparently, a Paris restaurant seated customers based on how good-looking they were
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Too little noise is bad for newborns in intensive care | Science News

Too little noise is bad for newborns in intensive care | Science News | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Preemies housed in quiet private rooms during a NICU stay may be at risk for language problems.
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Hand-Scrubbing Washes Away Bad Feelings … And Motivation?

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A new study says that hand-washing affects feelings and performance.
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Richard Branson Gives Us Another Reason to Love Airline Pilots

Richard Branson Gives Us Another Reason to Love Airline Pilots | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The chaos and tragedy at LAX last weekend has been well reported, but now Richard Branson himself is highlighting the heroism of one of Virgin America's pilots.
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Too many men on your screens? Swedish cinema may have the answer

Too many men on your screens? Swedish cinema may have the answer | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Movie-goers are long used to being told when a film contains sex, nudity, swearing or excessive violence. But that list could soon be extended if a new rating system in Sweden catches on. Four of…
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The Scientifically Best Times To Drink Coffee During The Day

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Why you should treat caffeine the way you treat painkillers or antibiotics
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Women who have younger looking faces 'could live longer'

Women who have younger looking faces 'could live longer' | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Research suggests young looking women tend to have lower blood pressure, reducing their risk of cardiovascular problems like heart attacks and strokes.
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Microsoft earbuds monitor wearers’ health to help pick the next song

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As part of their latest project called Septimu, Microsoft is working to incorporate health monitoring and mood detection into a pair of earbuds  Capable of monitoring heart rate, temperature and other biorhythms, the in-ear device would even be able to select the most appropriate music depending on your mood.

 

The earphones incorporate sensors such as thermometers, inward-facing microphones and IMUs – which work a lot like accelerometers – to pick up on key indicators throughout your body. Apart from using the headphones to correct your posture, they can also act as a health and exercise diary, providing a low-cost coaching solution, or a non-invasive form of remote medical care.

 

The app which works alongside the Septimu earbuds is called Musical Heart, and was developed by researchers at the University of Virginia Center for Wireless Health. This feature uses biorhythms to pick up on your current mood and then play a song best suited to remedy the situation. This means if you had a sudden bout of anger while taking the subway to work, Musical Heart would select a soothing song to bring your heart rate and breathing back to normal.

 

While Septimu isn’t an actual product yet, it hints at the possibilities of incorporating health monitoring into existing technologies, as opposed to developing stand-alone solutions that become an additional burden for people to use in their daily lives.


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(from the Curator of IoT and Wearables): MSFT getting in on Wearables and doing some interesting things with the technology, nice

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How Belly Fat Is Wrecking Your Memory

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Excess belly fat makes you more susceptible to memory loss and even dementia—and now scientists think they know why. The link between abdominal fat and brain shrinkage was discovered back in 2010,... Health News Summaries.

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Drinking coffee in the afternoon can knock an HOUR off your sleep

Drinking coffee in the afternoon can knock an HOUR off your sleep | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Researchers at Wayne State University, in Michigan, U.S., say the stimulating effects of caffeine last for up to six hours.
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Health-tracking teddy bear lets parents monitor baby's every move and cry

Health-tracking teddy bear lets parents monitor baby's every move and cry | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
More developers are turning their attention to sensor-packed devices to track health stats for the diapered set.
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Google goes for the throat with lie-detecting ‘tattoo’ patent

Google goes for the throat with lie-detecting ‘tattoo’ patent | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The phrase "sick tat" might have a whole new meaning soon.
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Responsive Lamps That Exist To Please Their Owners [Video] - PSFK

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Wallace and Darwin are two lights that behave more like pets than robots.
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Shirt Monitors Heart Activity For Safer Workouts - PSFK

Shirt Monitors Heart Activity For Safer Workouts - PSFK | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The FitnessSHIRT is expected to improve training capabilities, performance, and awareness of health symptoms.
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3D-printed human cells could replace animal testing | technology

3D-printed human cells could replace animal testing | technology | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
3D-printed human cells could replace the need for animal testing of new drugs within five years, according to researchers.
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Why Are We Checking Our Smartphones 150x a Day?

Why Are We Checking Our Smartphones 150x a Day? | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
I dare you to watch this video without looking at your phone.After watching this video I thought about my own addiction: my iPhone sleeps next to my bed and I check email when I wake up. I have
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A female partner’s success bruises men’s egos—and they might not even know it

A female partner’s success bruises men’s egos—and they might not even know it | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A woman's success can lower her male partner's sense of self-worth, according to psychologists at the University of Virginia and University of Florida who concluded a series of experiments measuring how the successes and failures of a romantic...
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Implantable Chip Makes It Easy For Anyone To Become A Cyborg [Video] - PSFK

Implantable Chip Makes It Easy For Anyone To Become A Cyborg [Video] - PSFK | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
This tiny device has the potential to give humans the ability to unlock their doors or log into a computer by a simple arm gesture.
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This Is How Much Money You’ll Make Based on Your Personality | TIME.com

This Is How Much Money You’ll Make Based on Your Personality | TIME.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Surprise, surprise: the more self-motivated and driven you are, the more money you'll make.
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50 Things Only People Over 50 Years Old Would Understand

50 Things Only People Over 50 Years Old Would Understand | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Generational conflicts are nothing new. Many baby boomers think millennials are lazy and self-absorbed, and many millennials think boomers are close-minded and rigid.

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Tweeting Bra

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Το πρώτο σουτιέν που τουιτάρει για καλό σκοπό! Να υπενθυμίζει με live tweets σε όλες τις γυναίκες την αυτοεξέτασή τους.
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