Why Standing May Be as Important as Exercise

During the pandemic, the already largely sedentary American population moved even less, with daily steps plunging by an average of 20%.1 With more people working from home, the tendency to sit at a computer for long hours is taking a toll on both physical and mental health, but the upside is that many are increasingly… Read More »

Ever Had Migraine Auras? Maybe This Will Help

It is estimated that migraines affect 12% of the population of the U.S.1 Chronic migraines are the second most disabling condition and are associated with psychiatric disease, sleep disorders and cardiovascular disease. Migraines often start before the age of 40 and usually during adolescence.2 Women are more likely than men and people with a family… Read More »

Robot Murder Dogs Have Arrived

Have you seen the video circulating online showing a robot dog firing an assault rifle?1 The footage of the robot dog walking and shooting at various targets with a rifle attached to its back is chilling, but likely shows a “dangerous toy cobbled together by a Russian hoverbike startup guy,” according to The Verge.2 The… Read More »