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I Keep Good Stuff, You Hoard Junk: 10 Insights

A diversity of odd habits and rituals for quelling anxiety lies along the continuum between normal and diagnosable. You may recognize some of these compulsions.

Sony's smart contact lenses could alter the way we live

Wearable technology, particularly eyewear, continues to make strides. In May, Sony filed a patent for “smart” contact lenses. Among other features, the lenses would function as tiny cameras, capturing photos or recording videos, and storing them for future viewing or playback. Show More Summary

Can future heart attacks be prevented? Science & medicine race the clock

Scientists and the giant pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer, Novartis, Bayer and Johnson & Johnson, are not exactly racing for a cure for heart diseases. Unlike most other diseases, heart disease is not virus or bacteria based,Show More Summary

Are fitness trackers the future of online dating?

There are many devices out there that are used to track your daily data – steps in a day, sleep patterns, heart rate, food intake, etc. But what if you could use that data in your dating life and find a possible love match through it?...Show More Summary

Mamaope: biomedical jacket for better diagnosis of Pneumonia

An average of 750,000 cases are reported every year of child deaths caused by pneumonia. These numbers are also astonishing because this data accounts for only sub-Saharan African countries. The death toll is a by-product of the absence...Show More Summary

What will replace traditional capitalism: Future of the economy P8

A good deal of what you’re about to read will sound impossible given today’s political climate. The reason being that more so than the previous chapters in this Future of the Economy series, this final chapter deals with the unknown, an era in human history that has no precedent, an era many of us will experience in our lifetimes. Show More Summary

Future of taxation: Future of the economy P7

Are we individualist or collectivist? Do we want our voice to be heard by our vote or by our pocket book? Should our institutions serve everyone or serve those who paid for them? How much we tax and to what we apply those tax dollars to says a lot about the societies we live in. Show More Summary

Life extension therapies to stabilize world economies: Future of the economy P6

The future of Generation X. The future of millennials. Population growth vs. population control. Demographics, the study of populations and the groups within them, plays a massive role in shaping our society and it's a topic we discuss at great length in our Future of Human Population series. Show More Summary

Future economic system to collapse developing nations: Future of the economy P4

An economic storm is brewing over the coming two decades that could leave the developing world in shambles. Throughout our Future of the Economy series, we’ve explored how tomorrow’s technologies will upend the global business as usual. Show More Summary

Third industrial revolution to cause a deflation outbreak: Future of the economy P2

Unlike what our 24-hour news channels would like us to believe, we live in the safest, wealthiest, and most peaceful time in human history. Our collective ingenuity has enabled mankind to end widespread starvation, disease, and poverty. Show More Summary

Extreme wealth inequality signals global economic destabilization: Future of the economy P1

In 2014, the combined wealth of the world’s 80 richest people equaled the wealth of 3.6 billion people (or about half of the human race). And by 2019, millionaires are expected to control almost half of the world's personal wealth, according to the Boston Consulting Group’s 2015 Global Wealth report. Show More Summary

Are fitness trackers fit for us?

Monitoring health-- tracking calories, activity, water intake and more-- is hard. Having a wearable device to do these tasks for you makes life easier. At least we thought so! Scientists have recently released information suggesting that wearable fitness trackers are ineffective in yielding weight loss. Show More Summary

Making ads fun again: the future of interactive advertising

“Creative without a strategy is called ‘art’. Creative with a strategy is called ‘advertising.’” -Jef I. Richards Digital technology has exploded over these last two decades. Now, rather than watch television, people watch content on their laptops, smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches. Show More Summary

Vitamin “K” – How party drug may help patients suffering from depression

Depression and recreational drugs are both topics which seem to incite high levels of stigma and one-dimensional thinking. With an overarching dogmatic approach employed by governments and media to further facilitate these stigmas, it's...Show More Summary

How eating less meat can change your life and the planet: the shocking truth about the world’s meat production

Does a juicy double cheeseburger sound mouth-watering to you? Then there is a great chance you are terribly annoyed by vegetable-lovers who see you as that ‘meat-monster’, carelessly gorging innocent lambs while destroying the earth....Show More Summary

Emotional analytics: can you tell what I’m feeling?

Nonstop communication on our computers, phones, and tablets gives us undeniable convenience. It all sounds great at first. Then, think about the countless times you’ve received a message, unsure what tone it should be read in. Does technology...Show More Summary

First head transplant: set to launch late 2017

The scoop Way back when you were in high school, in that biology class you took that equally amazed and grossed you out, you may remember about learning about quite a few kooky scientific experiments that were actually conducted. Out...Show More Summary

17 Ways to Foster Creativity in a Practical Kid

Does your child show little interest in the usual arts and crafts? Some kids are most passionate about how the real world works, and can be remarkably creative. You can help.

Closing in on a cure: Making cancer immunotherapy more effective

What if the cure for cancer was your own immune system? Lots of research has gone into making that a reality. The treatment is called immunotherapy, where your T cells are genetically modified to identify cancer cells and destroy them. Show More Summary

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