Eye Through Magnifying Glass

Google AI Can Predict Heart Disease With Eye Scans

Imagine going to the doctor’s office, getting a simple eye scan, and finding out if you’re at risk of having a heart attack. Google scientists and the research company Verily have developed an algorithm that can predict a person’s risk for heart disease just by looking at the individual’s eye. … Read More

Apple Park Employees Keep Walking Into Glass

Apple Employees Keep Walking Into Headquarters’ Glass Walls

You would expect a company like Apple Inc. to have sleek headquarters that hint at their technological prowess. You wouldn’t expect it to be harmful to employees and visitors. People are experiencing problems with the new $5 million Apple Park in Cupertino, Califorina—they’re walking into walls and doors that are … Read More

Running Combats Stress

Running Combats The Adverse Effects Of Stress

People do a variety of things to get rid of stress, some of which are healthier than others. A new study from Brigham Young University (BYU) finds that running is particularly effective at dealing with chronic stress and protects your memory. Running alleviates the negative impacts of stress on the … Read More

Nanci Guest Olympics

PyeongChang, Fitness, And Nutrition Tips With Head Dietitian for 2010 Winter Olympics

Nanci S. Guest is a registered sports dietitian, personal trainer who has been the head dietitian for the 2010 Winter Olympics and the 2015 Pan Am games as well as helping many international and national athletes for Sochi 2014, and Rio 2016, and a CLIF Bar Nutrition Ambassador. She’s completed … Read More

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