Category: Offbeat

Smart Patch Could Detect Alzheimer’s Within Six Minutes Of Use

By Jim Leffman A  microneedle patch detects biomarkers that could  detect Alzheimer’s within six minutes. The smart patchhas been developed by British scientists. The microneedle patch detects biomarkers and could also be used to test for other conditions such as Parkinson’s, cancer and cardiovascular disease. An elderly woman looking outside of her home.A smart patch

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Survey Shows That Mario Kart & FIFA Continuing To Be Popular— Even Among Adults

By Mustafa Mirreh The greatest video games of all time include . Recommended from our partners The post Survey Shows That Mario Kart & FIFA Continuing To Be Popular— Even Among Adults appeared first on Zenger News. sdmonitornewsThe San Diego Monitor-News has been serving Black San Diego since 1986 sdmonitornews.com

The Next Big Electric Vehicle For General Motors Coming Soon For Affordability For Customers

By Chris Katje The all-electric Chevrolet Blazer EV is on display at the 2022 Los Angeles Car Show on November 18, 2022, in Los Angeles, California. General Motors is expected to have high competition in the EV market in 2024. JOSH LEFKOWITZ/BENZINGA One of the leading traditional automakers is working to transition to electric vehicles

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Tech Company Fitting Bionic Hands On Wounded Ukrainian Soldiers

By Talker News   State-of-the-art bionic arms for Ukrainian soldier amputees. A British tech company has flown to Germany to fit bionic hands to two wounded Ukrainian soldiers. OPEN BIONICS/SWNS TALKER A British tech company has flown to Germany to fit bionic hands to two wounded Ukrainian soldiers. Open Bionics is the creator of the

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How Trendy Mindfulness Popular With Celebrities Boosts Good Bacteria

By Mark Waghorn Trendy mindfulness popular with celebrities boosts good bacteria, according to new research. A study of Buddhist monks found their microbes differed substantially from those of secular neighbors. CAST OF THOUSANDS/SWNS TALKER Trendy mindfulness popular with celebrities boosts good bacteria, according to new research. A study of Buddhist monks found their microbes differed

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Navy Vet Goes Swimming For First Time Since Surviving WWII Torpedo Attack

By Sophie Watson Veteran Roger Roberts and care assistant Holli Whitehouse in the water as Roger goes swimming for the first time since WW2. Nursing home bosses arranged for Roger Roberts to go for his first dip in 80 years after HMS Charybdis came under attack in the English Channel in 1943. FOLEY GRANGE CARE

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‘Instagram Makes People Depressed’: Elon Musk Doubles Down On Criticism Of Social Media Platforms

By Chris Katje Elon Musk arrives to the 2022 Met Gala Celebrating “In America: An Anthology of Fashion” at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 02, 2022, in New York City. Musk has expressed his reservations about Instagram before. JAMES DEVANEY/BENZINGA The owner of one of the largest social media platforms in the world shared

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Microchips That Merge Brain With Machines Appear Safe: Study

By Mark Waghorn Microchips that merge the brain with machines to treat paralyzed patients are safe, according to new research. The tiny devices are implanted after a stroke or spinal cord injury to stimulate activity in the nervous system. ESB PROFESSIONAL/METANEWS Good news for cyborgs and their brains. Microchips that merge the brain with machines

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