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Human body can cope with occasional over eating but continuous binging will have serious health effects
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Human body can cope with occasional over eating but continuous binging will have serious health effects

As little as 24 hours of overeating can have some negative consequences for our health, including elevated blood sugar concentrations.

Beaked whales get scared and die in agony after exposure to naval sonar: Study
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Beaked whales get scared and die in agony after exposure to naval sonar: Study

Other threats include ship strikes, ocean pollution and shifting habitats caused by climate change.

Apple to donate 1000 Watches to binge-eating study in another push for health
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Apple to donate 1000 Watches to binge-eating study in another push for health

Bulimia has recieved little attention in research and funding, according to a recent study.

Excessive alcohol, caffeine holding journalists back, but work makes them resilient, says study
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Excessive alcohol, caffeine holding journalists back, but work makes them resilient, says study

Journalists' excessive consumption of alcohol and caffeine leads their brains to function below par, but the love for their job protects their mental resilience, MIT scientists claim.

Pebble announces new Pebble 2 and Pebble 2SE, open for preorder now
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Pebble announces new Pebble 2 and Pebble 2SE, open for preorder now

Pebble announced the successors to the original smartwatch by the company, "Pebble". The new smartwatches launched are called "Pebble 2" and "Pebble 2SE."

Thumb-sized wearable device records heart rate accurately and sends report to smartphones
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Thumb-sized wearable device records heart rate accurately and sends report to smartphones

Researchers in Finland have developed a mobile app and thumb-sized wearable device that accurately measures the user's heart rate and heart rate variability in order to detect not only an irregular heartbeat but also overburdening and prolonged stress.

Samsung launches Gear Fit2 fitness tracker and Gear IconX cord-free ear buds
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Samsung launches Gear Fit2 fitness tracker and Gear IconX cord-free ear buds

Samsung announced the latest generation of the wearable tech, Samsung Gear Fit2 and Samsung Gear IconX at the Galaxy Note 7 launch event today in New Delhi. Gear Fit2 is the second generation device after the Samsung Gear Fit, and the fundamentals have not changed coming from the first generation.

Do you have high BP? Listen to Mozart to reduce hypertension
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Do you have high BP? Listen to Mozart to reduce hypertension

Listening to music legand Mozart can not only soothe your mood but also help lower blood pressure as well as stablise the heart rate, new research has found

Stress caused by slow video buffering equal to watching a horror film: Ericsson
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Stress caused by slow video buffering equal to watching a horror film: Ericsson

Video streaming delays generate as much stress as watching a horror film, the Swedish telecom company Ericsson said Wednesday.

Lycos to launch 'Life' range of wearables; Wristband and Ring to follow
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Lycos to launch 'Life' range of wearables; Wristband and Ring to follow

Lycos, one of the leading internet brands, has announced that it will launch next week Lycos Life, a line of wearable devices that serve as a single point of entry into users' digital lives.

Microsoft set to jump on wearable bandwagon, to launch a smartwatch within weeks: Report
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Microsoft set to jump on wearable bandwagon, to launch a smartwatch within weeks: Report

The wearable gadget's battery life will exceed two days of regular use, Forbes reported, citing unnamed sources close to the project.