Alireza Beheshtimaal

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Japanese researchers created holograms you can touch

The touchable holograms, called Fairy Lights, could serve as the beginning to developing technology where humans could interact with the hologram.<p>This could particularly come in handy in medicine, where hologram technology is used to demonstrate certain procedures.<p>The holograms were made using …

Holograms

This May Be the Best Prescription for Happiness

<b>"Less me, more we."</b><p>We hear this all the time: It has kept psychiatrists like me in business for years. But while I agree with the overall message, it …

Happiness

6 Things You Need To Know About Future Of Work And The Economy

The biggest lesson was that the future isn't far away - it's already here. The shift we're seeing in the economy today is much bigger than what came out of the emergence of the Web in the 1990's.<p>Last week, I had a brief glimpse into the future. How, you ask? I was at the 2015 O'Reilly Next: Economy …

Satya Nadella

Scientists Pinpoint Where Happiness Lives in the Brain

We all want to be happy. (I hope you’re happy right now!) Happiness may be the most important feeling in our lives, if our endless pursuit of it is …

5 Reasons Why The Future Looks Bright For Humans And Bleak For Cancer

The history of attempts to understand and control cancer is littered with disappointments and false starts. Many significant advances in research and treatment have been made in recent years, yet the disease remains a leading cause of death in the United States. The slow pace of progress has been …

5 Ways to Think Yourself Skinny: The Harvard Study That'll Shock You

<i>Feeling your best doesn't start in the gym. Check out this study shared by YourTango on the role that positive thinking plays in being healthier.</i><p>I talk (and write, and think!) a lot about mindfulness. It can help you feel happier; it can help you become better at everything; it can make you eat …

Scientists find the brain’s missing ‘pipes’

By Amy Ellis Nutt<p>, Reporter<p>“Throw out the textbooks” and “missing link” are words rarely heard anymore in science, but that’s what researchers around the world are saying about the recent discovery of microscopic lymphatic vessels connecting the brain to the immune system.<p>That physical link was …

Why so many good doctors are leaving medicine behind for Silicon Valley

The world looks different when you’re eighteen and when you’re thirty—in some cases because your perspective has evolved, other times because the world has changed. Men and women drawn to careers in medicine while in high school or college are finding that when they emerge on the other side, things …

Digital Health

Despite The Headlines, The Future Has Never Been Brighter

It’s easy to get depressed about the world these days. Watch the news for five minutes or more and you’re bound to see signs of the apocalypse. War, poverty, climate change, a new pandemic, there always seems to be new trouble arising somewhere that threatens our health and security.<p>Yet as I …

Natural Gas

Top 10 Men’s Fashion Trends to Try in 2015

Street style trends are not only inspirational; they resemble the creative, innovative and personal expressions of style. The latest in menswear SS16 …

Which Company Will Change the Future of Healthcare? Here are 10 Contenders

I have yet to hear of an industry that hasn't been massively disrupted by technology. Healthcare is no stranger to this disruption. The question is which companies will actually break through the barrier and solve some of the major issues healthcare faces today?<p>Major trends are becoming anything …

Digital Health

Could the DNA-editing CRISPR revolutionize medicine?

<b>(CNN) —</b> A popular new gene therapy technology could help treat cataracts, liver disease, muscular dystrophy and other conditions. But the technology, dubbed the "Genesis Engine" by some, has not been tested in people yet, so no one knows whether it would be a safe and effective treatment option.<p>The …