Government Group Looks To Prevent Drowsy Driving CrashesAAA says drowsy driving is to blame for one in five fatal crashes in the United States and now one government group is coming up with plans to help reduce the number of crashes.
Experts Point To Texting As Teens Begin To Suffer From Thumb TendonitisThere is a health alert for people addicted to texting on their smartphone, which pretty much means almost everyone under the age of 30.
Emotional Facebook Posts May Be Scams, Experts WarnIt’s a scam that’s going viral – emotional Facebook posts begging to be liked and shared.
Excessive Social Media Use Causes Higher Stress, Study SaysAre you stressed out by social media? If so, you are not alone.
Study Sheds Light On Disturbing Trend In MRI Scans For Back Pain There was disturbing news Friday, about the accuracy of MRI scans for back pain.
New Research Could Mean Earlier Autism Diagnosis, Improved TreatmentAn important development in the early diagnosis of autism could lead to improved treatment.
Take A Stunning Two Minute Trip Around The World With This VideoWatch this two minute and thirty second video to take a quick tour of some of the globe's most breathtaking sights.
Lawmakers Seek To Crack Down On Cellphone TrackingLaw enforcement cellphone tracking devices are coming under scrutiny in at least eight states, with lawmakers introducing proposals ranging from warrant requirements to an outright ban.
Seen At 11: Anonymous Posters Confess Their Deepest Secrets On ‘Whisper’Imagine a social media confessional -- a place where you can publicly confess your darkest thoughts and keep your identity a secret.
No Evidence To Support ‘Safety, Accuracy, Effectiveness’ Of High-Tech Baby Monitors, Doctors SayThere was a warning Wednesday, about high-tech baby monitors. Some models claim to track vital signs, but are they accurate?
Worries Mount Over Virtual Home Assistants Recording Private ConversationsMillions of homes now have virtual assistants that are designed to respond to your verbal commands.
3D Printers Could Bring Digital Dinners To Your HomeCould food soon be going digital? A team of engineers at Columbia University is working with chefs to create a 3D food printing machine for your home.

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