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When might you get Alzheimer's? New gene test may tell

1 hour agoNews : The Cutline

International researchers said Tuesday they have found a way to assess a person's genetic risk of developing Alzheimer's disease by a given age, a tool that could lead to better diagnosis and treatment. The report in the journal PLOS...Show More Summary

New Test Predicts When You're Likely to Get Alzheimer's

A new genetic test can predict the age a person is likely to develop Alzheimer's and calculate a person's risk of developing the disease in a particular year, according to a study published Tuesday in PLOS Medicine. “For any given individual, for a given age and genetic information, we can...

Joe Kinder on the Development and First Ascent of Planet Garbage (5.14d)

What does it take to climb at your personal limit? Joe Kinder explains his process during the bolting, development, and first ascent of Planet Garbage (5.14d) in Rifle, Colorado. Continue reading

Joe Kinder's development and ascent of Planet Garbage 5.14d/9a.

Description: FrictionLabs Pro Joe Kinder explores his vision and personal process during the bolting, development, and ascent of Planet Garbage, 5.14d/9a in Rifle, CO! #chalkmatters

History Announces New Anthology Scripted Series in Development, ‘The Commanders,’ Exploring Defining Moments in U.S. History Through the Lens of the President

Press release from History, March 21, 2017: HISTORY is developing a new annual scripted television event, “The Commanders,” dramatizing pivotal moments in U.S. history that defined the men who served as the most powerful person in the nation, the President...

Full fidelity headphones create a set it and forget it personal hearing profile

13 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Each of us has a unique hearing profile. And what's good for one ear might not be for the other. These are the guiding principles behind the development of the Audeara headphones, which are aimed at making music sound better, not just louder or needlessly thunderous. Show More Summary

New Alzheimer's test can predict age when disease will appear

Test based on 31 genetic markers could be used to calculate any individual’s yearly risk for onset of disease Scientists have developed a new genetic test for Alzheimer’s risk that can be used to predict the age at which a person will develop the disease. Show More Summary

No assholes allowed at Facebook's big conference

Facebook's big F8 Developer Conference is right around the corner — and if you're planning on heading to San Jose to attend in person next month, Facebook has a clear message for you: don't be an insensitive, selfish asshole.   Visitors...Show More Summary

New Colon Cancer Biomarkers May Guide Development of Personalized Treatment

Researchers at Baylor Scott & White Research Institute identified a new genetic biomarker for colon cancer that may lead to development of more targeted treatment of the disease

Are Baby Boomers A 'Generation Of Sociopaths'?

Long before millennials were dubbed the “Me Generation,” journalist Tom Wolfe used the label to describe the young baby boomers coming of age in the mid-1970s, a time of heightened focus on the self and personal development. “The new alchemical dream is: changing one’s personality — remaking, remodeling, elevating, and polishing one’s very self... Show More Summary

How to get Android O on your Pixel or Nexus (and how to roll back to Nougat)

Here's how to get the Android O Developer Preview on your Nexus or Pixel device. The Android O Developer Preview is here, and if you're one such developer (or just a person who doesn't listen to good advice!) here's how to install it...Show More Summary

Russian pleads guilty to charge related to Citadel malware

A Russian man who helped develop and distribute a malicious software designed to steal personal financial information has pleaded guilty to a computer fraud charge.

Developing and Maintaining Healthy Relationships in Recovery

Healthy recovery begins by developing a relationship with one’s self while remaining abstinent from drugs and alcohol. Through the process of self-discovery in sobriety, there will come the acceptance of a new personal identity, which will lend itself to taking inventory of one’s past behaviors and resentments, and open the door to forgiveness, change, and … Continued

Samsung Says Galaxy S8 to Introduce 'Bixby' Personal Assistant

Samsung today announced Bixby, a new voice-based personal assistant that will mark its debut on the Galaxy S8 smartphone. Samsung said it developed Bixby in order to minimize friction between the user and the assistant in terms of how voice commands are issued and understood. Show More Summary

Modern Personal Defense Weapon Calibers 012: The 5.8x21mm Chinese

It is not only the West that has developed small caliber, high-velocity pistol-compatible personal defense weapon ammunition; in the early 1990s, the People’s Republic of China also developed such a round. Called the 5.8x21mm DAP-92,...Show More Summary

35 Scenic Landscape Illustrations with Vibrant Colors

Landscape scenes have been a popular subject for illustrators for some time now. They’re often associated with game development art, or just personal experimentations that provide that same wanderlust feeling as exploring the great outdoors for real. Show More Summary

American developer seemingly achieves his dream of 10 years by working at Nintendo in Japan

Omg. BotW credits show almost exclusively Japanese designers/programers except this person. Search reveals a 2007 forum post — Calamity Jen (@GeneticJen) March 18, 2017 We don't have 100% proof that the Corey...Show More Summary

Fiber Optics Integrated Into Fabric Let Clothing Measure Heart Rate

At Empa (Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology), researchers have developed a way of integrating optic fibers into clothing and using this technology to detect a person’s heart rate. The polymer fibers are highly flexible, keeping the integrated clothing still soft and comfortable. Show More Summary

Activists Rally to #ProtectTransWomen: If They Are Not Safe, ‘None of Us Are Safe’

"For transphobia to be abolished, every individual person has a role to play," said Wazi Maret, development director at the TGI Justice Project. The post Activists Rally to #ProtectTransWomen: If They Are Not Safe, ‘None of Us Are Safe’ appeared first on Rewire.

Nathan Griffith Responds to Body-Shaming Scandal: I'm a Douchebag!

Nathan Griffith is a terrible person. It's not a new development, not by a long shot, but it always bears repeating. Today, he's a terrible person because of that ridiculously rude, insensitive Snapchat post he made in which he body-shamed...Show More Summary

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