Withings new baby scale seems like a great idea for tracking babies weight. Plop the kid on the scale, and it wirelessly sends data to a Withings app, graphing it up just as prettily as your delightful little baby.
We’re apparently a nation of drunkards, so in news that's not going to be popular with all those partial to a little tipple in the evenings -- MPs have told British drinkers that they should spend two days a week teetotal.
When you're battling the bulge, your bathroom scale can either be your best friend or your worst enemy. So instead of displaying your actual weight, which can be discouraging, this scale only tells you how much you've lost or gained.
Conventional hair transplant treatments can last eight hours or more. That causes fatigue in even veteran surgeons, and you don't want a tired doctor plowing for follicles on the back of your head. Luckily, the new ARTAS system can do the heavy hair-pulling.
What? Santa's got a tough job—stuffing oneself down a chimney is no easy feat. And have you ever smelled a reindeer? Worse than a Tauntaun. So when his shift is over, Santa could use a smoke. Our friends at Oobject have assembled 12 of his favourite brands.
It seems like an amusing ailment: the major visible symptom is nodding a lot while you eat. Hell, I know plenty of healthy people that do that. But this new disease is spreading fast in Africa, and claiming lives as it goes.
It's that time of year again where you'll probably be getting up and into work before the Sun is really in its stride; and by the time 5pm rolls around, it's already on its way to bed. Lack of a decent dose of daylight can give you Seasonal Affective Disorder, but that's where the SEQUINTEC "sun glasses" could give you the white light hit that your body so desperately craves.
We're living longer than ever, but neurological diseases such as Parkinson's Disease still take their toll on society. Around three-quarters of those with Parkinson's in the UK suffer from speech problems. Boffins from the University of Portsmouth want to use smartphone apps to help them be better understood.
It's almost Christmas, and you just know Dad is going to slice off a finger when he's carving the turkey on the big day. You may not know your arse-end from your elbow when it comes to medical procedures, but first aid isn't that hard. Get prepared to save the day with the British Red Cross first aid app.
It's 1pm. You're still in bed, having already muttered some lame excuse to your boss as to why you aren't in to work today, chugged a litre of water, half a bottle of aspirin, AND TWO GALLONS OF COFFEE, but no dice. When all else fails, this new US FDA-approved cure might help.
It happens all the time. You stub your toe or bash your elbow, scream "Mother SUCKER!" (or something), and instantly feel just a bit better. It's true: your potty mouth saves you aspirin money. Science!
Who knew that having to deal with the scourge of spam could have positive benefits for the rest of humanity. Microsoft is turning learned spam-quashing techniques to the fight against HIV, and has partnered with the Ragon Institute to help them with their HIV-vaccine efforts.
It's arrived for too late for those who've already endured the agony of orthodontics, but a new daily treatment using a vibrating mouthpiece could halve the amount of time dental braces need to be worn.