It’s something many of us hope for and now we know that there may actually be something we all can do to increase our chances of having it. We’re talking about life, more specifically, we’re talking about living a long life. Who doesn’t want to live into their 80s, 90’s or maybe even 100? AssumingContinue reading 10 OF THE BEST FOODS THAT MAY HELP YOU LIVE LONGER
Wearable devices are about to have a moment, and manufacturers are hoping you’ll sleep through it. At the Worldwide Developers Conference 2020, Apple announced that it is adding “sleep-tracking” capabilities to its Apple Watch, the dominant wearable on the market. While it’s surprising that Apple never pushed hard for sleep features before, there may be a goodContinue reading Using Your Smartwatch As A Sleep Tracker Is A Bad Idea
In just a few short years, wearable devices have gone from futuristic “nice to haves” to real world, here-this-minute lifesavers. But while most of us are content to take our Apple Watch Series 6 blood oxygen sensors for a spin, researchers like Oren Shriki, of the Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences at Israel’s Ben-GurionContinue reading Amazing wearable could detect epileptic seizures an hour before they strike
What happened? On Saturday 29 August 2020, I ate something that did not agree with me at all. I felt nautious on Sunday but, ascribed it to the weather and my current general lack of apetite. However, by late Sunday afternoon, I was making regular trips to the pottie and not enjoying it one bit.Continue reading The joys of food poisoning.
Less recreational screen time is better for children. Shutterstock John J Reilly, University of Strathclyde ; Anthony (Tony) Okely, University of Wollongong; Catherine Draper, University of the Witwatersrand, and Mark S. Tremblay, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa There is increasing concern about the amount of time children and adolescents are spending in recreational screen time. There’sContinue reading Why screen time for babies, children and adolescents needs to be limited
With online learning, children are staring at computer screens for more hours each day. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Shu-Fang Shih, University of Michigan and Olivia Killeen, University of Michigan The coronavirus pandemic is remaking the way children learn, and it could have an impact on their eyes. With schools shifting to online lessons at home, childrenContinue reading Increasing screen time during COVID-19 could be harmful to kids’ eyesight