Did You Know? Most Multivitamins Are Unhealthy For Children – Thanks To This “Secret Ingredient”

Have the Flintstones become evil?! No, we’re not talking about the classic cartoon… we’re talking about the multivitamins. For those of you who didn’t grow up with these delicious little devils (we’ll explain the evil soon, we promise!), the Flintstones are one of the most popular multivitamins in the US. But did you know that they – along with pretty much every other multivitamin out there

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Sleep Science: Do Weighted Blankets Really Work?

Don’t let life weigh you down – use this blanket instead! It’s been around in the therapy world as a “tried-and-tested” therapeutic device for a while and is now popular in the mainstream world. I’m talking about the weighted blanket, which is part of the almost $70 billion sleep industry. The blankets range from 5-30 pounds and can be helpful for people with anxiety, chronic pain,

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New Device Helps Reduce Hot Flashes During Menopause

Thanks to some clever Brits, feminine health has been getting innovative. Astinno, a femtech start up, has received funding to develop a jewelry-like device that alleviates perimenopausal systems – often known as hot flashes (or hot flushes). It’s called Grace, and it has just been awarded the Innovate UK prize by a publicly funded UK grant. And Loughborough University, Peter Astbury’s (the founder) alma mater, is

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‘Air Curtain’ Designed to Protect Plane Passengers From Viruses

Nowadays, if Sinatra’s hit song “Come Fly with Me” suddenly brings chills down your spine, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The pandemic has made many people scared to travel, bringing the airline industry to a standstill – with no signs of it returning to its previous flying capacity. But as we ease into this new normal, travel companies are getting innovative. The goal is simple (and

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Innovations Explained: What Is Nanotechnology?

The world’s smallest field of scientific study is getting bigger and bigger every day. That’s right – we’re talking about nanotechnology (or nanoscience, to be more specific). This “world of tiny things” has been slowly entering the mainstream since it was first discovered just 30 years ago, and the applications are multiplying. You can find nanotechnology embedded in everything from clothing and furniture to supercomputers. It’s

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