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"Tech Neck" Affects Women More Often Than Men

Handheld technology has us looking down a lot, but a new study reveals women suffer with more tech neck than men do. Researchers found that women are twice as likely as men to experience persistent pain in the neck and upper shoulders caused by bending or slouching into extreme positions while...
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Young Children Showing Signs Of Neck and Back Damage From Viewing Phones

While parents worry about kids hurting their eyes from viewing a computer or phone screen all day, another concern is the constant downward posture of their heads looking at their phones. Physical therapists are noticing an increase of children with what they call "text neck", related to having...
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How To Dispose of Unused Opioids And Medications Properly

Drug overdoses killed over 63,000 Americans in 2016 and 2/3 of these deaths were the result of a prescription or illicit opioid. Although new regulations are aiming to tighten the access to opioids, it appears our own medicine cabinets are to blame in large part. A Mayo Clinic report found that 1...
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Selfies Make Your Nose Bigger

Taking the perfect selfie is an art. The right place, the proper arm length and that face. But your selfie is adding a bit to your nose. A recent study found that our selfies add up to a 30% larger nose. It found that most smartphone cameras, particularly the ones on the front of the phone, distort...
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Some Lesser Known Perks Of Amazon Prime

You may be new to Amazon Prime membership or have enjoyed the benefits for quite some time. But there are more than just free shipping, movies and TV shows and music, there are a few lesser known benefits. For instance, you have virtually unlimited photo storing space. PrimePhotos can be accessed...
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App Automatically Finds Cash Back Rewards On Stuff You Already Buy

There's always room to save money and although there are a lot of apps out there that hunt down coupons or discount codes, it's usually when you are standing in the checkout line you remember to search for them and it's a race to find them before the total button s pushed. So a new app for Android...
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Easy Steps To Reduce Salt Intake While Keeping Flavor

If you've been told to cut down your sodium intake, aka salt, there's no need to lose flavor! The Centers for Disease Control says 90% of Americans consume too much salt so any way to cut back is a good move. For instance, swap out soy sauce for chili sauce. A tablespoon of soy sauce contains 1,...
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Thieves Pile Four Tons Of Stolen Oranges In The Back Seat Of Two Cars

Normally when you think of a heist, its money, diamonds or a nuclear missile being stolen. While helping yourself to some fruit pieces may not raise too many red flags, stealing over four tons of oranges with many of them piled in the back seat of a sedan ca, you're gonna attract some attention!...
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Never Hold In A Sneeze

If you are one to hold back or mute your sneeze you should stop. Especially, don’t do it by plugging up your nose and mouth or you just might end up in the emergency room with a gaping hole in your throat. A case report in the peer-reviewed medical journal, BMJ, reported on a healthy 34-year old...
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Fill Those Empty Shipping Boxes & Send Them To a Charity For Free

Now that our presents have been opened, what do you do with all those shipping boxes left from your online shopping binge? Well you can always recycle them in the cardboard recycle bin. Or you can fill them up with items you no longer want and donate them to charity. Amazon has partnered with Give...
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