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Although a certain amount of fluoride is added to municipal water supplies to help prevent tooth decay, too much can actually have the opposite effect – particularly on children. A new device could allow officials to detect those overly-high levels, cheaper and easier than ever before... Continue Reading Experimental device easily measures fluoride in drinking water Category: Science Tag
You may not give your grip strength much thought, but it's important for many daily tasks, and for lessening the chances of developing repetitive strain injury. A new "smart" squeezable stress ball is intended to help you build that strength – and the device is known as Squegg... Continue Reading Smart squeeze ball measures your grip strength Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags:
Bodybuilding, as its name pretty much implies, is all about gettin' big muscles. And while a tape measure can be used to measure the growth of those muscles every now and then, XLFLEX is designed to motivate users by providing them with ongoing real-time measurements as they're working out... Continue Reading XLFLEX measures muscles in real time Category: Wearables Tags: Kicks
Currently, if you want to measure someone's blood oxygen levels, you have to use one of those oximeters that clips onto their finger. An experimental new system, however, is able to check those levels anywhere on the body – and that could mean big things for the field of medicine... Continue Reading Flexible device measures blood oxygen levels on any body part Category: Medical Tags:
Bit by bit, scientists are shining the light on the complex relationship between the bacteria in our gut and our overall health. Its links with weight loss, gene activity, anxiety and depression are just a few promising strands researchers have begun tugging at of late. A new pill could prove a useful tool in learning more about the mechanics at play, hiding sensors inside that can take im
Exciting new research from Yale University has revealed a new method that could potentially objectively diagnose if a person is suffering through the early stages of Alzheimer's disease using a non-invasive PET scan... Continue Reading New PET scan for Alzheimer's disease directly measures synaptic loss Category: Science Tags: Alzheimer's Disease Neuroscience
Last week we wrote about a survey from Kaspersky which found that nearly half of us don’t bother password protecting our phones. Now it’s the turn of another survey that […] The post Three quarters of Brits fed up with ‘unnecessary’ security measures appeared first on ShinyShiny.


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