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Machine learning helps researchers accurately predict cardiovascular disease

Machine learning helps researchers accurately predict cardiovascular disease A team of primary care researchers and computer scientists compared these algorithms with the standard guidelines for cardiovascular disease risk assessment offered by the American College of Cardiology.A data set comprising 378,256 patients from almost 700 medical practices in the United Kingdom was used to facilitate the investigation.

People really love Apple's AirPods, but they still look ridiculous

People really love Apple's AirPods, but they still look ridiculous But AirPods were bound to fly off the shelves no matter what, at least at first.What's more important is how everyday users actually feel about the buds after using them, no matter how silly they might look.

Study: Texting While Walking Alters Your Gait

Study: Texting While Walking Alters Your Gait A new study, led by scientists at Anglia Ruskin University in England, reveals how mobile phone use affects where people look and how they negotiate floor-based obstacles.The research, published late last month in the journal PLOS ONE, also highlights how handsets are actually changing the way we walk.

Rise of our robotic friends: Will human-robot llaboration have a breakthrough?

Rise of our robotic friends: Will human-robot llaboration have a breakthrough? The world robotics report released this week by the international federation of robotics (IFR) highlights how compact, user-friendly collaborative robots are expected to drive the automation market.The study predicts that human-robot collaboration will have a ‘breakthrough’ in this period, enabling robots and humans to work safely side-by-side without any fences, while increasing production efficiency and quality.

Breaking: Moms find time to sneak in Netflix just like everyone else

Breaking: Moms find time to sneak in Netflix just like everyone else Peak TV is how we connect with other people now, so what do you do if you've got no time to watch?about how they find time in their schedules to stream TV — how they "sneak" in their streaming and why they do it.

Western Men: Your Sperm Count is Awfully Low

Western Men: Your Sperm Count is Awfully Low 3 percent drop in average sperm count produced by men from North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.Not only is a reduced sperm count bad news for future generations: It can predict increased mortality and morbidity, and is sometimes associated with birth defects and testicular cancer.

The study of buff guys

The study of buff guys Don't appropriate your own character.15 hrs agoDaily dose of knowledge!

Seniors Shimmy Away Signs of Aging in Brain

Seniors Shimmy Away Signs of Aging in Brain A new study reveals that older folks who routinely cut a rug may be able to reverse signs of aging in the brain.” A set of elderly volunteers—average age 68—were assigned an 18-month weekly course of either learning dance routines or endurance and flexibility training.

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?

Healthy at every size

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Tattoo Particles Circulate through the Body, May Impact Health

Tattoo Particles Circulate through the Body, May Impact Health They found that the tattoo ink, as it breaks down, is transported and stored within the body.“We already knew that pigments from tattoos would travel to the lymph nodes because of visual evidence.