Articles By John Fischer
SleepIQ Kids bed, the latest smart product designed by Sleep Number, tracks the sleeping patterns of children, alerts parents to when their child is out of bed, and adjusts as children grow in height and weight. A paraplegic man can now move his legs and toes for the first time in over two years thanks to an experimental implant, which may help in developing a way for paralyzed people to walk in the future. Hannah Ginion, the baby whose diagnosis for Krabbe disease that paved the way for increased screening tests for newborns at birth, has died. The California Department of Public Health has issued an HIV alert after an adult film actor tested positive for the AIDS-causing virus following unprotected sex with several male actors during a film shoot. Two researchers are claiming in their new book that criminals who commit violent acts might actually believe they are doing the right thing because they see their actions as morally justified. A new study is the first to link HIV to hearing loss in adults after taking into account multiple factors that may induce hearing loss that have not been examined altogether before.
Life Experience May Help In Making Financial Decisions As Logic And Ability To Learn New Info Declines With Aging
A new research paper suggests that policy makers and financial firms take into account the changes in different types of intelligence among the aging population instead of just their age when it comes to making decisions on complex and changing matters. Tinsel once put children at risk for lead poisoning, until 1972, when manufacturers agreed with the Food and Drug Administration to change their formula for the shiny, paper-like Christmas decoration. New research has found through a series of drug screens 53 compounds that could potentially help in the fight and treatment of the Ebola virus. Leslie Baugh is the first shoulder-level double amputee to receive two modular prosthetic limbs at once.
Cultural Barriers Sometimes Make People Of Color Less Inclined To Call Emergency Services For Cardiac Arrest
Hispanics are less likely than whites to contact emergency services or have someone on hand to perform CPR when they go into cardiac arrest, according to a recent study. The United Health Foundation named Hawaii as the most healthy state in America for the third year in a row. Mississippi also shares this same trend as the most unhealthy state.