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CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad leaks

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad leaks

Google Car Initiative to go ahead via Android

Google Car Initiative to go ahead via Android

Sony cancels The Interview Release on Christmas

Sony cancels The Interview Release on Christmas

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Cash For World Cup Fake Injuries? Not As Silly As It Sounds

Cash For World Cup Fake Injuries? Not As Silly As It Sounds lTaking a dive sounds like illegal boxing. But in soccer, a flop—a fake injury—is big, so big that every game includes them. In fact, faking is rampant. Sure, playing ability is more important, but becoming Meryl Streep...

Jul 13 2014, 3:16am CDT

The Good And Bad News About Your Sleep Debt

The Good And Bad News About Your Sleep Debt This is the first in a two-part series about the science of sleep. Sleep, science tells us, is a lot like a bank account with a minimum balance penalty. You can short the account a few days a month as long as you...

Feb 22 2014, 11:56pm CST

Why The Best Time To Drink Coffee Is Not First Thing In The Morning

Why The Best Time To Drink Coffee Is Not First Thing In The Morning Drinking a cup of coffee first thing in the morning blunts the energy-boosting effects of caffeine and may lead to increased tolerance of the stimulant. This counterintuitive fact is explained in engaging visual form by...

Jan 5 2014, 8:01am CST

How To Reduce Stress And Increase Internal Collaboration In The Workplace

How To Reduce Stress And Increase Internal Collaboration In The Workplace Life is full of demands, deadlines, and hustle. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. But when one exists in the constant state of emergency, one’s mental and physical health pay the price. And it’s not only harmful...

Dec 23 2013, 7:26am CST

I4U news

Mental Health Measures Removed From New Military Spending Bill When the House of Representatives recently passed its version of the National Defense Authorization Act, it contained measures to address serious concerns about the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness in the...

Dec 20 2013, 4:21pm CST

Accent for iPhone 4

Accent for iPhone 4 The Accent by Marware is available for $29.99. Now that you have your new iPhone, you need to start thinking about a case. If you like the look and feel of leather, this case may be the perfect fit. The Accent is a slim...

Jul 1 2010, 4:30pm CDT

Video Game Reduces Stress Hormone by 17%

Video Game Reduces Stress Hormone by 17% Researchers at McGill University have designed a video game that they have proven to cut levels of the stress hormone cortisol by 17% in those who play the game. The game is called the Matrix and is intended to help...

Oct 24 2007, 7:51am CDT

USB Stress Panic Button

USB Stress Panic Button If you have a stressful job, you need to find an outlet. Punching out your boss for real might sound like a good way to reduce your stress, but it would surely end your gainful employment.Brando has a new USB powered...

Jun 22 2007, 2:27pm CDT

CES 2015 News
HeartMath emWave Stress Reducer

HeartMath emWave Stress Reducer I saw something on the Discovery Channel once that was so ridiculous I just had to keep watching. These people were wandering through the desert looking for these hot spots of psychic energy. I recall there were lots of...

May 22 2007, 8:29am CDT

Stressed Out?  Try the Personal Stress Reliever.

Stressed Out? Try the Personal Stress Reliever. emWave is a start-up company that currently only has one product that's commercially available -- the "Personal Stress Reliever". The deceptively simple-looking device displays your "level of heart rhythm coherence" in...

Jun 29 2006, 3:00am CDT

Gadget Measures Stress in Spit

Gadget Measures Stress in Spit Yamaha Motor Co. collaborates with Nipro Corp. and researchers at Toyama University to develop a gadget that can measure a person's stress level from their saliva. The stress detection gadget works by measuring...

Apr 26 2004, 12:00am EST