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Sleepy Brits Are The Grumpiest ‘Morning People' In Europe The majority of British people dread the alarm clock and hit the snooze button every morning, a study has discovered, making Brits the most grumpy morning people in Europe. Compared to our European counterparts, who wake up feeling refreshed and ready to face the day, Brits are short-tempered, miserable and still half asleep when they eventually pull themselves from under the duvet. According to the study by Philips Wake-up Light, only a third of Brits consider themselves an 'early-bird' who rises out of bed as soon as the alarm clock goes off, and 40 per cent admit they struggle to find the energy to get out of bed after countless snooze alarm attempts. The survey involved 11, 000 Europeans and found that British people spend an astonishing four months over the course of a lifetime hitting the snooze button on their alarm clocks. Brits are the top of the grumpy league, with fellow grouchy nation's Sweden, Finland, Norway, Austria and Holland closely behind. Sleepy Brits Are The Grumpiest ‘Morning People' In Europe
Apple has quietly upgraded its entire MacBook Pro lineup with faster processors and better internal storage without changing prices. The upgrades come just in time to capitalize on the holiday buying season. The entry-level 13-inch MacBookPro comes in two versions, a $1,199 version that comes with a 2.4 Intel Core i5 processor, 500 Gb of storage space and 4Gb of RAM. The early 2011 versions that are being sold in stores right now only have a 2.3Ghz dual-core Intel Core i5, 4Gb of RAM, and 320 Gb of hard drive. Apple Upgrades MacBook Pro with Faster Processors, More Storage Apple Upgrades MacBook Pro with Faster Processors, More Storage Stéphane Marceau is the co-founder of OMsignal, a wearable tech innovator. Back in 2008, my co-founder Frederic Chanay and I took our first stab at developing a rough prototype for a bracelet with an accelerometer and skin conductance sensor that connected to an iPhone via Bluetooth. We had the financial backing of a major global communications company, we had the motivation; but most importantly, we were committed to our unwavering conviction that wearables were the future of mobile health and wellness. That prototype never made it to market..
Ophthalmologist Discovers Possible Side Effect In Macular Degeneration Drug
Link Discovered Between Exposure To Chemical BPA Before Birth And Behavioral, Emotional Difficulties In Girls
Light of Peace Mind Map | Mind Map Art Discover the peace and beauty of light with the Light of Peace Mind Map. The Light of Peace Mind Map will help you to appreciate the wonders of light all around us. The Mind Map breaks down sources of light and their warming and harmonious qualities, providing us with a backdrop of peace and beauty. In addition the mind map looks at how the light of peace caresses the planet, warming us and sustaining life, continuously. You will discover all this and more within the Light of Peace Mind Map. Handy Links Light of Peace Mind Map | Mind Map Art
US research shows link between soft drink and violence - Health Researchers in the United States say there's a 'shocking' association - if only a statistical one - between violence by teenagers and the amount of fizzy soft drink they drink. High-school students in inner-city Boston who consumed more than five cans of non-diet, fizzy soft drinks every week were between nine and 15 per cent likelier to engage in an aggressive act compared with counterparts who drank less. "What we found was that there was a strong relationship between how many soft drinks that these inner-city kids consumed and how violent they were, not only in violence against peers but also violence in dating relationships, against siblings," said David Hemenway, a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health. "It was shocking to us when we saw how clear the relationship was," he told AFP in an interview. US research shows link between soft drink and violence - Health
Israel Herald (ANI) Tuesday 25th October, 2011 Maintaining an active lifestyle could be a new way to keep our eyes healthy and reduce glaucoma risk, a new study has suggested. It found that higher levels of physical exercise appear to have a long-term beneficial impact on low ocular perfusion pressure (OPP), an important risk factor for glaucoma. The study examined the relationship between physical activity and current OPP in 5,650 men and women aged 48 to 90 who live in the U.K. and were part of initial cohort from 1993 - 1997. From 2006 to 2010, study participants were examined for eye pressure -medically termed intraocular pressure (IOP)- and systolic and diastolic blood pressure measurements. Physical fitness key to keeping your eyes healthy Physical fitness key to keeping your eyes healthy
Health | Divide over when to use in-depth cholesterol tests Health | Divide over when to use in-depth cholesterol tests For heart health, you're supposed to know your numbers: Total cholesterol, the bad LDL kind and the good HDL kind. But your next checkup might add a new number to the mix. More doctors are going beyond standard cholesterol counts, using another test to take a closer look at the bad fats - a count of particles that carry LDL through the blood. Cardiologists are divided over the usefulness of that approach.
2-week-old girl rescued from Turkey rubble - World news - Europe 2-week-old girl rescued from Turkey rubble - World news - Europe Transcript of: Two-week-old baby girl rescued after Turkey earthquake BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor:Now, we go overseas tonight. In Turkey , the death toll hovering around 450. It's expected to go higher.
News bites: Taxpayer funding for anti-abortion groups, CLASS Act's void, and more News bites: Taxpayer funding for anti-abortion groups, CLASS Act's void, and more New laws in North Carolina would direct taxpayer funds to anti-abortion centers that have been faulted for providing "false or misleading information" about health issues and for proselytizing to non-Christians, the Charlotte Observer reports. The demise of the healthcare law's long-term-care CLASS Act program leaves a gaping hole, The Associated Press reports. Federal officials are considering immunizing children against anthrax, The Washington Post reports.
Association Between Daily Smoking, Low Mastery And Repeat Episodes Of Depression
Most Powerful U.S. Nuclear Bomb Being Dismantled Most Powerful U.S. Nuclear Bomb Being Dismantled This undated handout photo provided by the National Nuclear Security Administration shows the United States' last B53 nuclear bomb. The 10,000-pound bomb is scheduled to be dismantled Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011 at the Pantex Plant just outside Amarillo, Texas.AP AMARILLO, Texas – The last of the nation's most powerful nuclear bombs -- a weapon hundreds of times stronger than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima -- is being disassembled nearly half a century after it was put into service at the height of the Cold War.
Gas Pump Handles Top Study Of Filthy Surfaces
Novartis to cut 2,000 jobs to save annual $200 million ZURICH (Reuters) - Novartis AG is slashing 2,000 jobs in Switzerland and the United States to keep costs under control in the face of growing price pressures and the strong Swiss franc, the Swiss drugmaker said on Tuesday. The Basel-based group has already cut thousands of jobs and shut several sites, notably in Britain. It has also shifted its focus to specialty medicines over the past year in a bid to boost profitability and protect its bottom line. The latest measures, which affect 1.7 percent of Novartis' global workforce and involve moving more commoditized business activities to less expensive countries, should allow the group to rake in annual savings of more than $200 million. Like its cross-town rival Roche, Novartis is having to deal with the double whammy of price pressures and a strong currency, which has pushed up the cost of doing business in Switzerland.
25 October 2011Last updated at 12:45 The supernova grew to inexplicable size in a short period of time, starting nearly 2,000 years ago A mystery surrounding the first recorded supernova - seen by Chinese astronomers in AD185 - has been solved. Ancient supernova mystery solved
25 October 2011Last updated at 15:35 The government can ban the import of drugs as well as curb alternatives to legal highs The sale, supply and impact of so-called "legal highs" should be more controlled, the government's drugs advisers have recommended. The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs said stricter laws, more research and awareness were needed to curb them. Legal highs need more controls, say drug council
CDC: Tests on thousands of people show "no serious safety concerns" The advisory committee votes to recommend males ages 11 to 21 be vaccinatedHPV is the number one sexually transmitted disease in the nation The HPV vaccine has been approved for males since 2009 Atlanta (CNN) -- A federal government advisory committee voted Tuesday to recommend that males ages 11 to 21 be vaccinated against the human papilloma virus, which is blamed for thousands of cases of cancer among women and men. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices said the vaccine series can be started as early as age 9. CDC could soon recommend boys receive HPV vaccine
Grab your Coffee, I think this paper may depress you. | The Scicurious Brain (Source) A few weeks ago I saw this headline floating around the interwebs. COFFEE: NOW WITH ANTIDEPRESSANT EFFECTS!!! I obviously wanted to look into it. I mean, you’re talking about a girl with caffeine tattooed onto her flesh, here, I have a personal stake in this outcome.
Ed and Deb Shapiro: What Does Meditation Mean to You?
American, Dane kidnapped in Somalia - World news - Africa - Somalia
DaVita says U.S. govt probes payment for infusion drugs
Ben Greenfield: Can You 'Spot Reduce' Body Fat?
WellPoint offers members cash incentives for using less expensive facilities :: Oct. 25
From 234 pounds to the Miss America pageant
Rehberg introduces healthcare law repeal legislation
Artificial intelligence community mourns John McCarthy
Quarter of Scots 'obese', health survey says
Closing the Gap between Psychology and God
APHA: National Prescription Drug
Biogen multiple sclerosis drug works in second trial
Don’t lose the context! Response to: Are you maternal enough to be a woman? | Guest Blog
5 Things You Should Know Before Giving Birth
Boeing's Dreamliner completes first commercial flight
First Edition: October 26, 2011
Boeing Dreamliner's Inaugural Fight Lands In Hong Kong
Obama makes unscheduled stop at Roscoe's Chicken
Death toll from tainted cantaloupes hits 28
Insurers in 15 states could be subject to HHS appeals review :: Oct. 26
Insurers to Supreme Court: Other parts of health law depend on mandate
What Makes a Rabbit’s Foot Lucky? | Anthropology in Practice
German Rosat spacecraft re-entered over Bay of Bengal
California bucks U.S. trend on teacher evaluations -
X Prize contest seeks secrets in DNA of the elderly - Health - Aging
10 red flags to identify crappy on-line health content
Gun found at NC school, days after shooting - US news - Crime & courts
Warning over HIV home test kits
Exclusive: Medtronic probes insulin pump risks
Yemeni women burn veils to protest regime
Seven big problems for 7 billion people - US news - Life
Study: Yaz Has Higher Risks of Blood Clots
Feds urged to ease up on medical pot
Ex-Goldman director arrested in trading case - Business - US business
Space Junk Crisis: Time to Bring in the Lasers | Wired Science
Using the Sun to Find the Angular Size of a Photo | Wired Science 
Supreme Court to review health reform lawsuits next month
Bat killer cause confirmed as fungus
Self-Defense Or Cold-Blooded Murder? Trial Begins For Mom Charged With Killing Neighbor
Reused pacemakers safe option in poor nations
Bold Stroke: New Font Helps Dyslexics Read [Slide Show]
remembers Dr. Franklin A. Neva, October 26
Will You Give Your Son the HPV Vaccine?
Tim Hemmes Moves Robotic Arm With His Mind
Take 3 Steps Toward Preventing Infections - Home
APHA: CDC releases tools to prev
Perry Unveils New Economic Plan
Anastasia Rubis: Losing Steve Jobs to a Taboo Cancer
Insurers Weigh In on Health Care Law
Democrats push back against GOP calls to repeal aborted CLASS Act
MLB postpones Game 6 until Thursday due to expected rain
U.N. wants better life for world of 7 billion
Judith Johnson: The True Face of Prejudice
Repeat Bouts Of Depression Linked To Low Mastery And Smoking
House Democrats would reject deficit supercommittee Medicare benefit cuts -
Gretchen Rubin: Quiz: Are You an "Energizer" or a "De-Energizer" at Work?
The American Fascination With Zombies | Anthropology in Practice
United Health/Oxford Stops Effort to Keep Rate-Increase Filings Secret
Snow blankets Denver area after 80-degree day - Weather
Breast cancer patient: I was over-treated for cancer
Matheson is first Dem to back CLASS repeal
Murder, suicide top medical deaths in pregnancy
Fruitwash Labels Dissolve Into Natural Produce Cleaner When Rinsed
Biological Changes Thwart Weight-Loss Efforts, Study Finds
After dieting, hormone changes may fuel weight regain
OVERNIGHT HEALTH: Democrats at odds over Medicare cuts
Water Bottle Lawsuit: California Attorney General Sues Companies Over False Biodegradable Claims