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by Must Love Gadgets
Color blindness affects nearly 8 percent of men and .5 percent of women; some people don't even know they have it. Most color blindness is inherited, although there are several diseases and certain traumas that can cause it. There is no cure or permanent correction of the condition currently available, but after 10 years of development, a company called EnChroma offers correction for the most common type, red-green color blindness.
by Steve Levenstein
Bandai's new neko-ze figurine collection is meant to remind office workers who hunch over their computers and gamer geeks whose backs ache from poor posture to sit up, stretch out and keep their cat-like necks from straying from the straight and narrow.
by Alicia Zuberbier
I love well-manicured nails. I also love my touchscreen devices, keeping my phone and Ipod attached to me at all times. For women with long nails, using their smartphone can be a bit tricky. Nano Nails created an artificial nail that also works as a stylus. Now, it seems that women can have the best of both worlds.
by Boomer Babe
In a prior post, I covered some of the most fashionable compression socks you can find. Today, it's all about compression sleeves for women - some of you will want to wear them even if you don't have an excuse! (They make your arms look nice and slim!)
by Samantha Pankey
Just looking at the Ab Monster may begin to tighten you core. It's a scary looking piece of equipment, but it's one with a simple design and simple to use. Using it can shape not only your core but your posterior chain, and you can use it just about anywhere.
by Ellen Dudley
Introducing the Vibrating Capsule: a pill with an engine inside that;s programmed to vibrate 6-8 hours after it's ingested to cure chronic constipation. No more gas, cramping and diarrhea for the 15% of US population who take laxatives. Soon it will be cool to be constipated.
by Fashion Finds
Many women have a love hate relationship with their bras - they hate how they look and feel without one, but love when they're able to take it off (ladies, you know it's true)! But that could all change with new smart lingerie that will be entering the market, because lifesaving makes feelings of love or hate seem inconsequential.
by Kim Patterson
eSalon is an entirely new concept in the world of hair coloring. The site offers expert color blending and advice and then ships personalized kits out so that you can get a quality color at home.
by Fashion Finds
You might have thought that your days of stashing emergency underwear to take with you were left behind shortly after you successfully completed potty training; or so you'd like to publicly admit. In reality, women recognize that emergencies can happen, and preparedness is key for such situations.
by Boomer Babe
In the old days - you might not remember them - our grandmas wore 'support hose' to keep the veins in their legs and feet from swelling. Pregnant women were also prescribed support hose to keep ankle edema down. Today, it's become clear that nearly everything we do with our legs requires some support - whether it's sitting, standing, running, walking, biking, or weight training. Support comes in the form of 'compression,' compression of veins and arteries in the legs.