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7 Daytime Habits That Are Sabotaging Your Sleep

Do you face the sun each morning?<p>When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, a few musts come to mind: a quiet room, comfortable bed and plenty of time. But research actually shows that what we do during the day can have as much effect on sleep as anything we do at night.<p>So if you’re having …

Sleep

Seven Ultimate Tips to Make Your Wi-Fi Faster and Secure

No one can dispute the countless benefits technology has brought us. It’s undoubtedly allowed us to connect, perform, improve and leverage our …

Time Management

Did You Just Forget, or Is It Something More Serious?

Have you called your daughter by your wife’s name or your son by his brother’s name? Have you misplaced your car keys or forgotten where you parked at the mall?<p>If you worry these might be signs of significant memory loss or the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, which causes a slow deterioration …

Memory Loss

Blink's newest security camera can be hidden in a tree

Wave hello to Blink’s truly wireless outdoor cam<p>Today Blink is announcing its first outdoor camera: the $119 Blink XT. Blink is a newcomer that's quickly making a name for itself with tiny, low-cost security cameras that are truly wireless thanks to their ability to run for two years or more off a …

7 things your muscles are trying to tell you

If you've ever spent the day after an intense workout soothing your sore legs with a foam roller, you know your muscles can give you plenty of feedback about how you're feeling. Usually the message is pretty straightforward—if your glutes are sore after doing a million squats, that's a …

New Evidence Suggests Parkinson's Might Start in The Gut, Not The Brain

We might have been wrong about Parkinson's this whole time.<p>A new study adds to a growing body of research that suggests we might have been thinking …

Neuroscience