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5 Ebola Safety Measures That Were Unnecessarily Extreme

Oct 21, 14 5 Ebola Safety Measures That Were Unnecessarily Extreme

Posted by in Health

Whenever a new virus or bacteria creeps onto the public health scene, people exhibit their hardwired, kneejerk response of feeling afraid before looking for facts. It’s an easy reaction: Facing a hard truth demands more effort than receding into a cave of ignorance. And Ebola elicits just this response.

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Get Smarter With The NEO Neurophone

Have you ever wanted to be smarter? To have an easier time absorbing and retaining information? Of course. We all have at some point. Unfortunately, the mind can be a lot trickier to exercise than the body. If only there were a device that could help us along, something that could boost our IQ and improve our overall state of mind. There is.

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Go On A Wine Adventure This Holiday Season

Oct 21, 14 Go On A Wine Adventure This Holiday Season

Posted by in Lifestyle

While recovering from throat cancer, Howard Kleinfeld, an award-winning commercial music producer, lost his sense of taste for a few years. When it came back, he decided to embrace some of the finest tastes life had to offer and has since traveled the world to satisfy his obsession with wine.

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Apple Automatically Collecting User Search, Location Data

Oct 21, 14 Apple Automatically Collecting User Search, Location Data

Posted by in Technology

Apple Inc. began collecting any search term entered into the address bar of its Safari Web browser with a major update it began distributing on Thursday, according to multiple experts who have examined the code. In addition, Apple is collecting the location of users who conduct a search as well as those queries in the "Spotlight" search function in OS X Yosemite.

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Could This Be Why CVS Stopped Selling Cigarettes?

Oct 21, 14 Could This Be Why CVS Stopped Selling Cigarettes?

Posted by in Health

Some smoke to get rid of stress, while others do it in social situations — either way, it leads to the same outcome. The drug is so addicting, however, that even those who shouldn’t be smoking are doing just that. Such people include the ones in a new study, which found that trips to the pharmacy for a prescription drug refill were often accompanied by purchasing a pack of cigarettes.

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WHO’s 12-Point Guide To Reducing Your Cancer Risk

Oct 20, 14 WHO’s 12-Point Guide To Reducing Your Cancer Risk

Posted by in An English Angle, Health

Last week saw the publication of the latest European Code Against Cancer (ECAC), listing 12 ways to boost healthier lifestyles and reduce cancer risk. After two years of work involving scientists and cancer specialists throughout Europe, this report incorporates the latest in cancer research and the best scientific research available. Here at redOrbit, we believe that this guidance is too important to be buried in yesterday’s news and we will be running an in-depth series on the main findings and recommendations of the IARC report.

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Viagra Parody Shines Spotlight On Gender Inequity In Sexual Health

Oct 20, 14 Viagra Parody Shines Spotlight On Gender Inequity In Sexual Health

Posted by in Health

A new parody video from the Even the Score coalition titled #WomenDeserve Better takes aim at a cheesy new Viagra ad featuring a beautiful British woman who wants guys to know it's ok to get help and ask their doctors about Viagra if "ED is stopping what you started." But what happens when the woman counterpart isn't in the mood because of her own sexual dysfunction?

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A Pocket-Sized Cloaking Device For Online Anonymity

Oct 20, 14 A Pocket-Sized Cloaking Device For Online Anonymity

Posted by in Juxtaposed In Japan, Technology

A Kickstarter project is aiming to help Internet users to remain anonymous with a small, pocket-sized device; and it looks set to be successful in those aims given that with weeks still to go in the funding window it has already raised over half a million dollars, well above the goal of $7,500.

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Making Hypoallergenic Peanuts

Oct 20, 14 Making Hypoallergenic Peanuts

Posted by in Science

Approximately 3 million people report peanut allergies in the U.S. Allergy shots and immunotherapy are the closest science has come to even modestly desensitizing allergic reactions from foods. But instead of trying to make people less allergic, what if we could make hypoallergenic peanuts?

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Heart Attacks Leave A Lasting Mark In Many Women — Depression

Oct 20, 14 Heart Attacks Leave A Lasting Mark In Many Women — Depression

Posted by in Mental Health

Women are more vulnerable than men to bouts of anxiety and depression following myocardial infarction (MI), more commonly known as heart attacks. Those are the findings of a new study presented at Acute Cardiovascular Care 2014, the third annual congress of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association of the European Society of Cardiology'.

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