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How to use S Note on the Samsung Galaxy S5

The S Note app will come pre-installed on your Samsung Galaxy S5 and is a quick and convenient way to take both typed and handwritten notes on the …

Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5: Everything you need to know (FAQ)

We've peered deep within the Galaxy S5 to answer your burning questions about Samsung's next superphone.<p>Unless you were dead-set on a metal chassis and futuristic features, then Samsung's Galaxy S5 is an excellent successor to the Galaxy S4 in the evolving Galaxy S line.<p>We've taken a close look at …

Phones

Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab S With Super AMOLED Display, Multi-User Fingerprint Sensor

Samsung today introduced a new version of its Galaxy Tab, the Galaxy Tab S, at an event in New York entitled "Tab Into Color." Available in both 8.4 and 10.5-inch sizes, the Galaxy Tab S includes a high-resolution (2560 x 1600) Super AMOLED display. According to Samsung, the Tab S's display has a …

5 Signs He's Falling In Love With You

Women’s Health's Guy Next Door tips you off to the dead giveaways<p>Men aren't always the best at expressing our emotions. It's not that we <i>can't</i> talk about our feelings—we just don't even stop to think about them very often. Emotion, especially the lovey-dovey stuff, is kind of like elevator music to …

Relationships

North Koreans seize Chinese fishing boat

China has urged North Korea to release a Chinese fishing boat and its crew, state media have reported, after its owner announced it had been seized …

Sunshine vitamin 'may treat asthma'

<b>The amount of time asthma patients spend soaking up the sun may have an impact on the illness, researchers have suggested.</b><p>A team at King's College London said low levels of vitamin D, which is made by the body in sunlight, was linked to a worsening of symptoms.<p>Its latest research shows the vitamin …

Medicine

Yoga For Anxiety: 10 Poses To Reduce Stress And Support Mental Health (PHOTOS)

Roughly 40 million U.S. adults suffer from anxiety (that's around 18 percent of Americans age 18 and over), making it the most common mental illness in the country. But even those who haven't been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder aren't immune to experiencing stress, tension and anxiety in their …

How to Become a Positive Thinker

Positive thinking is a significant element of happiness. In order to become a positive thinker, determination and consistency are important. The first thing to know about positive thinking is that everyone can do it. With certain cognitive and behavioral modifications, we can all become positive …

How to Sleep Better in 30 Days With a Plan and Advice

You've finally reached your breaking point. After another night spent tossing and turning, a morning where you struggle to get out of bed, and a day …

Sleep

Human cloning developments raise hopes for new treatments

Lorraine Barnes suffered a heart attack in 2005 and has lived with the consequences – extreme exhaustion and breathlessness – ever since. "I was …

Birdbooker Report 270 | @GrrlScientist

<i>Books to the ceiling,<br>Books to the sky,<br>My pile of books is a mile high.<br>How I love them! How I need them!<br>I'll have a long beard by the time I read them.</i><p>…

Harvard Researchers Grow Microscopic Flower Structures With Chemical Reactions

Harvard researchers grew microscopic flower structures by perfecting chemical reactions in the lab. Wim L. Noorduin, a postdoctoral fellow at the …

1.7 Mile Wide Asteroid 1998 QE2 to Pass Within 3.6 Million Miles of Earth on May 31, 2013

1998 QE2, a 1.7-mile-wide (2.7 km) asteroid, will pass within 3.6 million miles of the Earth on May 31, 2013. The image above shows the orbit of …

Climate slowdown means extreme rates of warming 'not as likely'

<b>Scientists say the recent downturn in the rate of global warming will lead to lower temperature rises in the short-term.</b><p>Since 1998, there has been an unexplained "standstill" in the heating of the Earth's atmosphere.<p>Writing in Nature Geoscience, the researchers say this will reduce predicted …

Climate Change

Pushing Back for Individuality

I'd like to believe that even though I speak and write publicly about my eating disorder, my advocacy and my personal struggles, when it comes to "real-life" experiences and day-to-day interactions, I am a very private person. This fact is difficult for my personal acquaintances to fathom, but that …

Self-help

Depressed people's body clocks 'out of sync' - Futurity

U. MICHIGAN (US) — A new brain study reveals that the circadian clocks of people …

Michigan

Doctors believe they're the 'captain of the ship' and doubt nurses's skills, a new survey finds. Do you think nurse practioners can take the lead in clinical practice without a doctor around? http://nbcnews.to/13y9VyN

Asian Students, Plagiarism Stereotypes And Compassion

<i>Written by Daniel E. Martin, Ph.D.</i><p>A few years ago, I had an interesting interaction with a colleague. She described the lay of the academic terrain in the following manner: "Asian students are more likely to plagiarize than White students." When asked why, my colleague explained that this was a …

Teaching

Can Tweeting Affect Our Biology?

Recently in the Twitterverse, Deepak Chopra shared this: "How you interpret a Tweet can raise your adrenaline, give you a dopamine hit, or give peace."<p>...which got me thinking about the biology of a Tweet.<p>Science has definitively shown us that our inner landscape is shaped by our outer experience. …

Social Media

How Trace Amounts Of Arsenic End Up In Grocery Store Meat

A study published online recently in the journal <i>Environmental Health Perspectives</i> documented slightly elevated levels of arsenic in samples of chicken purchased at grocery stores in 10 cities in the U.S.<p>So how did trace amounts of this toxin end up in supermarket poultry?<p>Well, arsenic-based drugs …

Arsenic in Chicken: Should You Worry About It?

Researchers bought chicken from grocery stores in 10 different U.S. cities and tested each of the samples for roxarsone, a drug sometimes added to chicken feed to encourage weight gain. Why? Previous research suggest that it may degrade into toxic inorganic arsenic during cooking. (Arsenic also …

New SARS cousin finally has a name : MERS

Every virus needs a catchy name, and now the new coronavirus linked to the Middle East that has infected 40 people and killed half of them has one: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus or (MERS-CoV).<p>Various scientists have been calling it MERS, but the Coronavirus Study Group, which groups …

IOM: Sodium Guidelines Need to be Revised

"Blood pressure is very important, but it’s important because it’s closely linked to heart attacks, to strokes, to heart disease, to kidney disease to lots of other problems—and to death," says Brian Strom, MD, MPH professor of public health and preventive medicine and executive vice dean at the …

Someday, Someday, Maybe

• <b>Author:</b> Lauren Graham<p>From Lauren Graham, the beloved star of <i>Gilmore Girls</i> and <i>Parenthood,</i> comes a witty, charming, and hilariously relatable debut novel about a struggling young actress trying to get ahead―and keep it together―in New York City. <br>It’s January 1995, and Franny Banks has just six months …

The Silver Linings Playbook

• <b>Author:</b> Matthew Quick<p><i>An enchanting first novel about love, madness, and Kenny G.</i><p>A <i>New York Times</i> bestseller, <i>The Silver Linings Playbook</i> was adapted into the Oscar-winning movie starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. It tells the riotous and poignant story of how one man regains his memory …

Stem Cell Milestone Revives Intense Ethical Debate

Scientists in Oregon have achieved something that has eluded researchers for years. They have created stem cells that are tailored to individual patients, made from cloned embryos. That would open the door to treating many diseases, including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes, spinal cord injuries …

FYI: Which Emotion Is The Hardest To Fake?

Unlike the commonly deployed social smile, distressed expressions–anger, fear, sadness, and occasionally surprise–prove much more difficult to display on command.<p>We've all done our fair share of faking it. Whether it's a canned excited response when that one particularly eccentric aunt gives you a …

Chats with mom may keep students healthy - Futurity

PENN STATE (US) — College students eat better and get more exercise on days when …

Penn State