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A Breathalyzer for Disease?

25 Nov 2017 | 27,453 Views

Recent technology using breath analysis to 'smell' and diagnose numerous diseases reportedly has 86 percent accuracy, rivaling the senses of animals with an uncanny ability to detect disease in humans. Several companies hope to explore unique applications, such as personalized screening.

Google Apocalypse Looms Large

13 Sep 2017 | 169,612 Views

Make no mistake about it - with the launch of this new quiz, Google has made its intentions very, very clear. Be careful, every word of every email sent through Gmail and every click made on your chrome browser is being watched by the company.

What Happens to Your Body When You Use the Internet

14 Jun 2017 | 50,357 Views

Dependence on digital devices, encouraged by software companies, may trigger physical and psychological symptoms, even after just 15 minutes. Researchers theorize it may be related to stress and anxiety. I give you one of my favorite strategies to reduce your stress and break the habit.

Is Social Media Driving Americans Insane?

09 Mar 2017 | 34,677 Views

About half of U.S. adults say they can’t imagine life without their cellphones, but is the ability to stay connected 24/7 via social media really an advance? New research reveals that people who constantly check their social media feeds, email and text messages may be less mentally healthy because of it.

Are You Addicted to Your Smartphone?

02 Feb 2017 | 81,567 Views

Statistics on smartphone use are staggering and sobering. Adults check their phones every 6 minutes, on average, while young adults exchange 109.5 text messages a day. Not only are we looking at our screens much of the time, our children are, too, and we’re reluctant to curb their use. Have we become a nation of zombies? What’s going to save us from ourselves?

Are There Benefits to Blue-Blocking Glasses?

11 Aug 2016 | 208,712 Views

Glasses with amber-colored lenses that block blue light were first developed for the NASA space program. Increasing research suggests, however, that virtually everyone may benefit from blocking his or her exposure to blue light, particularly at night.

Using Social Media to Spread Awareness

03 Aug 2016 | 22,876 Views

In just over 25 years, the internet has become an integral part of communication, participation and engaging decision-making politicians and manufacturers. Your voice and opinions are important. Use this system to gain better understanding and share your views.

A Treasure Trove of Information Waiting to Be Unlocked — And Here’s the Key

31 Jul 2016 | 49,610 Views

What's the best way to sift through thousands of pages of health articles and content? The answer: our new and improved search engine. Let this nifty tool serve as the 'key' to unlock the answer to your top health questions - it's only a click away!

The 7 Best Apps to Get Your Yard Greener Than Ever This Spring

09 May 2015 | 61,099 Views

Ready to get planting? These apps for garden lovers help you every step of the way, from choosing plants to knowing when to water.

Could Wearable Computers Be as Harmful as Cigarettes?

01 Apr 2015 | 64,792 Views

Wearable technology is the latest rage, but do these trendy gadgets compromise your health?