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Landscape photographer Mark Denney recently stumbled across an old folder full of “favorite” images from a few years back. At first, he was just enjoying seeing the progressed he’d made over the years, but then he noticed something: “As I reviewed these images, I noticed the same three compositional mistakes repeated over and over.”In this video, Denney shares what h
New research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has shown nicotine-free e-cigarette vapor can have an immediate harmful effect on the body's vascular function. The study was published as the CDC begins investigating an increasing number of hospitalizations across the country being linked to e-cigarette use... Continue Reading More vaping-linked hospitali
Applied topically or taken orally, acyclovir is one of the most commonly-used herpes-treatment drugs. It can also damage the kidneys over time, however, so the less of it that's used, the better. According to a new study, combining the drug with activated carbon helps make it more effective, so a smaller amount of it is required... Continue Reading Activated charcoal shown to make herpes m
houses are fitted with mirror-less bathrooms and old-fashioned knobs, while gardens and clubhouses aim to encourage socializing and time spent outdoors. The post IKEA is designing homes adjusted for people with dementia appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
An extraordinarily sensitive new blood test has been developed that promises to be able to effectively track the progression of breast cancer at its earliest stages. It is suggested the blood test could track the efficacy of drug therapies better than current imaging techniques and prevent unnecessary surgical procedures or needless extra doses of chemotherapy... Continue Reading New breas
Alkahest, a California-based biotech start-up, has just revealed some compelling early results from an ongoing Phase 2 trial into the efficacy of its novel formulation of plasma proteins derived from young blood, developed to slow, or even stop, the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's disease... Continue Reading Young blood cocktail stops Alzheimer's decline, early clinical t
Photographers Tony and Chelsea Northrup made this 30-minute video in which they discuss and debunk 12 different photography myths that photographers widely believe.Here are the 12 questions/topics discussed in the video:Should you fully discharge your battery to avoid a memory effect?Will deleting pictures in-camera corrupt your SD card?Do UV filters really improve image quality?Do higher megapix
Feverfew is a common flower easily recognizable either from a home garden or the shelf of the local health store. For hundreds of years it's been used as a traditional medicine for migraines and other pains, though its actual usefulness in that regard is questionable. But now, researchers from the University of Birmingham have engineered a compound from the leaves of this plant that might
Even a photographer as accomplished as Nigel Danson still makes mistakes when out in the field. Oftentimes, his mistakes are ones he has made many times over the years. In his newest video, seen below, Danson shares 13 common photography mistakes he continues to make and provides tips to help prevent photographers of all skill levels from committing the same errors. Danson divides up the mistak
"Cameras are most noticeable when they fail." Thatgamecompany's John Nesky speaks about the importance of good camera design in games, and what he learned on the subject while working on Journey. ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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