Tuesday, February 10, 2015

It is already fixed times at which

It is already fixed times at which "Internet of things" we will have a lot of fun. You know, these future in which not just our computers, iPads and mobile phones are connected to the Internet, but also heating, front passenger seats and lawn mowers. The Internet of Things will bring us intelligent refrigerators, the order independently purchases at the supermarket, smart watches that sparks your blood pressure regularly and emergency your doctor and heaters that begin with the heat as soon as they realize that you are on the make way home. But with all the spectacular visions of the networked future we should not lose sight of the fact that the Internet of Things, safety must be ensured actually much more than now. Experts predict that by 2020 there will be 50 billion connected devices, they all communicate with different systems, records, people and machines. An incredibly large network full of potential vulnerabilities. If your PC is infected with virus or been hacked, it remains at least warm in the house. The Internet of things but it's about all everyday technology.

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Friday, December 7, 2007

Migraines That Erase Color

Chronic pain has its own devastating side effects, even in the absence of medication. Sufferers of migraine headaches sometimes report a phenomenon that amounts to color-blindness.

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Carrots Fight Cancer, Right? Wrong. Vitamin E--No Heart Help

Despite findings of more recent clinical studies, much of public & many health professionals continue to rely on earlier less rigorous studies to support beliefs that certain foods (or their component parts) promote health. E.g., "carrots are still taken to prevent cancer, despite clinical results suggesting they don't work."

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Do doctors rat out incompetent colleagues?

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital mailed a survey, and a $20 incentive check, to more than 3,000 doctors. About half answered — and some of the responses renew longstanding questions about the medical profession's ability to regulate itself.

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How to Make Exercise More Fun Than Sex

OK, maybe not the orgasm thing, but what if you could find a way to exercise that was so outrageous, so exhilarating, so much fun you couldn’t wait to do more of it every single day. What if it became such a treasured part of your life, you actually had to pull yourself away from it to make time for other pursuits?

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THE E.R. GIFT CARD... The perfect stocking stuffer

Missed Michael Moore's movie Sicko? This author had his own personal run-in with America's morbid health care system. And even though he's relatively healthy and relatively ensured, financial ruin could be just a car accident, cancer or staph infection away for any of us.

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