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According to CBS News, a necklace developed by WearSens can track what a person eats, and send an alert if too much or too little is eaten. The device uses piezoelectric sensors to keep track of how much food and drink is consumed, time taken to eat, and length of time between meals. The sensors have the...
According to Reuters, a study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism suggests that short naps may help offset the effects of sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation can affect brain function, metabolism, hormones and the immune system, and this is the first study to examine whether...
According to NPR, people struggling with disabilities that are not immediately apparent are facing many challenges in the workplace and in their communities.These 'invisible disabilities' range from diabetes, to IBD, or bipolar disorder. These people may not rely on wheelchairs or walkers, but activities as...