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One Touch 911 Dialer Calls Help For You

Have you fallen and can’t get up? Calling for help can now be as easy as pressing a button.

Study Finds Swearing May Lessen Pain

Have you ever stubbed your toe or bumped your head and immediately yelled out a swear word? Researchers now say that pain can be more tolerable if you simply utter a curse word of your choice.

New Scale Makes Your Weight Public Knowledge

A new product called the BodyTrace eScale is designed to keep track of your weight loss efforts – by posting the results online for all to see.

High Fat Diet May Lead To Pancreatic Cancer

A new study now shows that a diet high in fat from red meats and dairy may be linked to pancreatic cancer.

Is It A Boy Or A Girl? At-Home Test Predicts Gender

Instead of waiting the traditional 16 to 20 weeks for a sonogram, a new test claims to let a woman know whether she is carrying a boy or a girl as early as 10 weeks after conception.

Can’t Explain The Pain? It May Be Cell Phone Elbow

These days talking on a cell phone is pretty common. Take a look around and you will most likely find at least five people with their cell phone practically glued to their ear. But can constantly talking on your cell phone have its disadvantages? Researchers are now saying that some people may be suffering from cell phone elbow.

Doctor Uses Sony Playstation To Heal Burn Trauma

Israeli plastic surgeon and burns specialist Dr. Joseph Haik has begun prescribing the Sony Playstation EyeToy as a treatment for burn trauma victims.

UniBrush – The Only All-In-One Toothbrush

Isn’t it great when someone creates a product to make our lives easier? Researchers at Apol, Inc. have designed the UniBrush, which is a toothbrush that holds toothpaste inside the handle.

AccuVein AV300 Makes Drawing Blood Easier

Being at the doctor’s office sucks. It especially makes the visit bad when you are told you need your blood drawn. However, even worse than that is when the person drawing your blood can’t seem to find your vein, thereby having to stick you with a needle a couple of times.

Pocket-Size Breath Test Tells If You Have Stinky Breath

Tired of wondering how bad your breath really smells sometimes? Researchers have developed a tiny breath test that can detect bad-breath bacteria in your mouth.

Machine Used For Research Keeps Animal Hearts Beating

Scientists at North Carolina State University have developed a new machine that is designed to keep animal hearts beating so that they can be studied for research.

New Treatment Used To Treat Restless Legs Syndrome

Researchers have found that a drug used to treat seizures and anxiety may now aid people suffering from Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS).

Urine Test May Determine Lung Cancer Risk For Smokers

Researchers may have discovered why lung cancer affects some smokers and not others.

Breastlight Lets You Check Your Breasts Easily At Home

Breast exams are something that women need to do regularly. But how do you know if you are doing it correctly? The Breastlight is a product that lets you exam your breasts easily and accurately from home.

Scientists Discover Cancer Stem Cells Killed By Common Virus

Scientists have studied and proved that a common virus can infect and kill breast cancer stem cells.

Eating Baby Broccoli May Prevent Stomach Cancer

Looks like Mom was right to push those veggies on you as a kid. A new study shows that eating broccoli may protect against stomach cancer.

Staring At Boobs Prolongs A Man’s Life

Ladies, do you ever wonder why that old man sitting across from you on the bus stares at your breasts every day? Does it make you want to slap him? Well, don’t react just yet; he may be staring at your breasts to save his life.

Study Shows Video Games Can Improve Vision

Video games may be fun, but do you think playing too much is bad for you? Well, think again. A new study says that playing video games can actually improve your vision.

Piping Hot Tea Raises Risk Of Throat Cancer

Can’t wait to sip your freshly made hot tea in the morning? Researchers say to wait until it cools down a little – you may be raising your risk of throat cancer.

Scientists Create Robotic Fish To Aid In Water Pollution

British scientists have designed a robotic fish that detects contamination in water.