Haemyung Kim

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People who sleep less than six hours are four times more likely to catch a cold

Study finds sleep is a more important factor in catching a cold than stress, smoking, education, or income<p>Lack of sleep is the most important factor in determining whether someone will catch a cold, new research has found.<p>Sleepers who managed fewer than six hours of slumber each night are four …

50 is the new 42: technology is making brains of middle-aged younger

The increasing mental demands of technology is making older people sharper than previous generations, scientists have shown<p>50 is the new 42, scientists have concluded, after discovering that the brains of middle-aged people are getting sharper and younger to keep up with the demands of modern …

How to turn your iPhone into a hologram projector

We’re going to be waiting a few years (or decades?) before Apple gets around to adding holographic displays to the iPhone, but did you know there’s actually a wicked-simple trick that lets you turn your iPhone into a hologram machine?<p>This isn’t the work of crazy science fiction. It’s based on the …

Immigrating to the US was hard, but tech will make it easier

When I arrived in the US just after New Year's Day in 1999, I didn't think I would stay. I came here for school and fully expected to return to Malaysia after I was done. Except I didn't. I met my future husband, found new friends, stumbled onto an exciting career and I knew, deep in my heart, that …

Immigration

Too much TV could raise the risk of Alzheimer’s, study suggests

By Fredrick Kunkle<p>Fredrick Kunkle<p>Reporter covering the experience of travel<p>Email Bio Follow<p>It turns out that too much TV might damage your brain and also raise the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease — and that the effects could show up much sooner than previously believed, a new study …

Alzheimer's Disease