Dr. Alex Dimitriu with Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine offers tips on understanding symptoms and treatments for bipolar disorder and perspective for those faced with this diagnosis.
Hole19 has a new In-Round Augmented Reality (AR) app that lets golfers line up the perfect shot.
Skydivers spinning out of control have just a few seconds before becoming unconscious. With nothing to stop them, many fall helplessly to Earth, unless they are rescued by a fellow diver, or regain enough situational awareness to deploy their parachute.
Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live will bring everyone’s favorite Hot Wheels Monster Trucks to life, combining Hot Wheels’ iconic jumps and stunts with epic crashing and smashing to deliver an exhilarating family entertainment experience for kids of all ages.
As new statistics reveal pet theft is on the rise again, Aquarium Software says advances in technology can help deter this crime and bring those responsible to justice – as well as being a key tool in the ongoing fight against pet insurance fraud and illegal puppy farmers.
Consumers who’ve been looking for a recyclable and nicotine-free inhalation device have invested more than $60,000 into a new environmentally-friendly inhalation device, quadrupling the campaign goal for Vitamin Air on Indiegogo.
In ten months, a total of five unrelated, orphaned mountain lion cubs have been rescued and brought to Oakland Zoo by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. These latest cubs have been introduced to each other and are doing well, bonding and providing much needed companionship to each other.
There’s a comprehensive body of research linking the use – and overuse – of social media with negative impacts on an individual’s mental and emotional well-being, explains Natalie Buchwald, Founder of Manhattan Mental Health Counseling.
Shopping is among activities shifting from computers and tablets to smartphones, according to the latest NPD Connected Intelligence report
Research over more than a century has also established that sleep plays an important role in memory retention. More recently, studies have begun to establish more precisely how the connection between sleep and memory works.
Though not having a heart attack, patients with “broken heart” syndrome still face considerable risk of hospital readmission and in-hospital death. This is the main finding of a study led by researchers at NYU School of Medicine and published online Oct. 2 in the European Heart Journal—Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes.