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Darma Inc. is raising funds for Darma: Sit smart for a healthy body and mind on Kickstarter! Darma is the world's first smart cushion that monitors your posture, sitting habits, stress level, and coaches you to sit better.
7 Very Easy Ways To Take Better Care Of Yourself This Week
If you spend most of the day working at a computer, spend four minutes on Monday adjusting your chair so you can have good posture all week.
Best Fitness Watch for Women who Want to Crush their Goals!
The best fitness watch for women who want to crush their fitness goals this years! So many features while still looking good!
Sleeping in the Digital Age | An Infographic
With today’s technology finding a prominent place in bedrooms, light emitted during sleeping hours has been having a profound impact on the quality of slumber. Think that means you simply need to have an extra cup of java in the morning? Unfortunately, the effects are much more far-reaching than that. In fact, fatigue impairs alertness and has been linked to driving accidents resulting in 40,000 injuries and 1,550 deaths annually. Lack of sleep also contributes to significant weight gain…
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Sweet & Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders - one of the best things we ate last week. Only 4 simple ingredients - chicken, bacon, brown sugar and chili powder. They only take about 5 minutes to make and are ready to eat in under 30 minutes. Sweet and salty in one bite!
Infographic: 5 Digital Health Trends Reshaping Healthcare
Accenture 2015 Healthcare IT Vision report reveals five key digital health trends dramatically influencing the healthcare industry today and in the future.
70% of U.S. Reporting Computer-Related Eye Problems
Vision Council, an eye industry trade group, has released a poll suggesting 70% of the U.S. suffers negative affects from illuminated screen use.
Digital obesity: our high-tech lives may be bad for our health
Our digital lives are supposed to bring us freedom and happiness, but are we just becoming immobilised by the sheer amount of content and the fear of being off-line?