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Should we even really worry about GMOs?

Should we even really worry about GMOs? On this episode of StarTalk on Mashable, Neil deGrasse Tyson examines whether GMOs are something the public should have anxiety over.Check out the full StarTalk podcast about GMOs here.

Report: Higher Coffee Consumption Means Lower Risk of Death

Report: Higher Coffee Consumption Means Lower Risk of Death The latest report—an observational study presented this week at the annual ESC (European Society of Cardiology) Congress—suggests higher coffee consumption is associated with lower risk of death.So why not examine the association between it and the risk of mortality among middle-aged Mediterraneans?

Pidgin is a legitimate dialect

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Garmin has some new wearables you might actually want to put on your wrist

Garmin has some new wearables you might actually want to put on your wrist The company just announced a diverse new round of releases that could put it in position to challenge industry heavyweights like Apple and Fitbit.The three new vívo-branded wearables look to cover a wide range of uses, from a fashion-first hybrid to pure fitness and activity tracking.

Teens, you deserve a life free from phones and social media. Here's how to get it.

Teens, you deserve a life free from phones and social media. Here's how to get it. Now, new research suggests this relentless background noise may take a disturbing toll on teen mental health and emotional well-being.I didn't have to relive the exclusion in perpetuity thanks to social media.

Smartwatches leave fitness trackers in the dust in the growing wearable market

Smartwatches leave fitness trackers in the dust in the growing wearable market The gadget segment saw a major increase in shipments over the last few months, according IDC's latest wearables market report.The smartwatch surge might have come to the detriment of the once-mighty "basic wearables" category, which covers gadgets that don't run apps like step counters.

Books, games, and glitter: Helping Harvey's smallest survivors be kids again

Books, games, and glitter: Helping Harvey's smallest survivors be kids again At the cavernous NRG Center in Houston, the international non-government organization Save the Children is hosting one of its largest-ever child-friendly spaces.When kids enter the space, says Jeanne-Aimee De Marrais, senior director for U.

Apple's secret workout lab could lead to a super powerful Apple Watch

Apple's secret workout lab could lead to a super powerful Apple Watch All that data could help to make the increasingly fitness-focused Apple Watch one of the most powerful commercial health devices on the market.The next version of software for the wearable, watchOS 4, will be officially unveiled at Apple's keynote event on Sept.

A headline on a health story started an intergenerational war on Twitter

A headline on a health story started an intergenerational war on Twitter It's a general rule of social media that before ranting about a story on Twitter you should probably go beyond the headline and at least skim through the article.Otherwise you might completely misinterpret its content, and waste precious time on social media pontificating about nothing.

Join the standing desk revolution

Join the standing desk revolution That claim might be a little overblown, but no one denies that spending all day hunched over a computer isn’t the best for your health.Good to know, except lots of us need to be at a computer all day in order to do our work.

Tough guy videos have a hidden message about men, mental health, and suicide

Tough guy videos have a hidden message about men, mental health, and suicide The Movember Foundation, an international men's health charity, knows how to find novel ways to talk about uncomfortable subjects like prostate cancer and suicide prevention.Now the foundation's latest effort makes clever use of traditional internet gold: the how-to video.

Fitbit's new partnership will bring diabetes monitoring to the Ionic smartwatch

Fitbit's new partnership will bring diabetes monitoring to the Ionic smartwatch The first initiative to come from the deal will bring Dexcom's data to the upcoming Ionic smartwatch, where glucose levels will be accessible right alongside steps, heart rate, and other stats tracked by the device.The partnership won't give the Ionic continuous glucose monitoring capabilities on its own — patients will need to connect one of Dexcom's devices to their Fitbit app — but putting the data right on the smartwatch should make keeping track throughout the day an even more seamless experience.

Healthy at every size

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Despite health risks, adventurous food lovers are trying raw chicken in Japan

Despite health risks, adventurous food lovers are trying raw chicken in Japan but people are still trying it.The chicken sashimi dish is called 'torisashi'.