Fitbit: We Get the Blood Oxygen Monitoring Feature, and It’s Before Apple Watch Thinks About It

Fitbit has recently rolled out the ability to track blood oxygen levels, all with a software update. The company released this ability for certain smartwatches and fitness trackers of it….

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China’s ‘Disease X Virus’ Might Bring The End of Days For Humanity

China’s outbreak has been named Disease X by the World Health Organisation (WHO). It could erupt when we least expect, according to scientists. This disease is affecting thousands of people…

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Blue and Yellow Light: Which is the Best for Night Sleep?

New research demonstrated a while ago that artificial lights generated by the digital devices’ screens make it harder for people to fall asleep and keeps them awake at night​. However,…

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Consuming Caffeine May Help Preventing Weight Gain and Obesity

New research from the University of Illinois implies that caffeine may ​trigger some of the negative impacts of an obesogenic diet by decreasing the storage of lipids in fat cells…

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Eating Oatmeal for Breakfast Instead of Eggs Lowers Stroke Risk

Numerous studies began to show that what foods we thought to be healthy, are, in fact, putting us at risk of developing various illnesses. Now, a new Danish research, published…

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