Posts by tag: health

cool tech May 29, 2012 posted by

Self Adjusting Reading Glasses let you control your vision with a twist

The older you get, the harder it is to see clearly. For instance many older people can’t see that politicians tend to enjoy lining their own pockets at every opportunity. As you get older you also fail to see how odd it is to fear flying, since it’s clearly the safest form of transport ever made. Physical vision is also a problem, because your eyes refuse to switch focus like they used to, and you’re left having to buy sixteen pairs…

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cool tech May 26, 2012 posted by

Dry Eye Relief Sunglasses sooth your tired eyes all day long

You know that painful itching you sometimes feel when you’re out and about in dry weather? Where it feels like there are tiny grains of sand lodged behind your eyelids which refuse to come out no matter how hard you blink or rub. Yeah, not very nice is it? There’s any number of reasons why we get dry eyes. In some cases it’s a clinical issue, in others environmental, but now there’s a brave attempt to deal with the problem using an…

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Gadgets May 8, 2012 posted by

The Everlast Sauna Suit sweats up a better you

Apparently there are more saunas in Finland than cars, with just about every home having one installed somewhere in the basement or yard. Having sat in several Finnish saunas in my time, I can confirm that they’re hot. Very hot. And as for this idea that you have to run out into the sub-zero snow to cool down afterwards? Madness, is all I’ve got to say.

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Gadgets May 3, 2012 posted by

Oxy Clearlight offers targeted treatment for spots and acne

If our face is our fortune, then spots and acne are thieves in the night. For one thing we can never predict when they’ll appear, and often it’s just when we least need the visit, like just before an interview or an all important first date. The traditional treatment is to keep the area clean and apply any of the products in the catalogs, but it’s often too little too late.

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Gadgets May 2, 2012 posted by

Digital BMI Body Mass Analyzer says you don’t look fat in that at all

Nowadays it’s not enough to know your weight, your DNA structure and your genetic ancestry, you need to keep tabs on just about every inch of your physical body, otherwise you’re accused of being a slob. We’re not sure what’s wrong with slobs, someone’s got to keep couch makers employed after all. And who else is going to feed the pizza delivery guy’s family?

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Awesome May 2, 2012 posted by

Low Carb Megathread points the way to a healthier lifestyle

The whole diet business, and boy is it a business, has become a huge money pot for everyone involved. From the fashionable fad diets of the day, to the long established ‘wisdom’ of the experts, everyone has an opinion and everyone is trying to sell you something. It’s hardly surprising then to find countless different views as to the best diet to undertake to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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cool tech March 27, 2012 posted by

Medisana Thermodock turns your smartphone into the world’s most expensive thermometer

We’re really only just at the beginning of the smartphone revolution, mostly because we haven’t really grasped the implications of having a full blown and extremely powerful computer in our pocket that pretends to be a phone. Once the performance and application tools start to really mature, we’re going to see a real revolution –  and I don’t use that word lightly –  in smartphone functionality and value.

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Gadgets March 12, 2012 posted by

Hand Reflexology Massager relieves the pain of your mouse hand and arm

If you’re a heavy computer user, you’ll know that there are hazards that come with the job. Number one is the ‘operator shoulder’, where your shoulders ache from hunching over the screen for too long. Another is ‘mousing mitt‘ (I just made that up) where your hand starts aching from too much mousing around the desktop. If you’re really unlucky and don’t take care you can even end up with RSI or at least a preliminary version.

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