Personal Health

Alcohol-Monitoring Wristband Wins U.S. Prize
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Alcohol-Monitoring Wristband Wins U.S. Prize

BACtrack, a privately held medical device maker, took the $200,000 top prize in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Wearable Biosensor Challenge.
Detroit, Seattle and Milwaukee Are Included in the 10 Best Cities for Starting a Yoga Studio
Yoga

Detroit, Seattle and Milwaukee Are Included in the 10 Best Cities for Starting a Yoga Studio

With yoga spreading to all corners of the country, online storage finder SpareFoot wondered: What are the best cities to start a yoga studio?
Al Harris
When Is It a Good Idea to Change Your Company's Name?
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When Is It a Good Idea to Change Your Company's Name?

The maker of the Nima gluten sensor just changed its name from 6SensorLabs to Nima.
Nina Zipkin
This One Thing Will Help You Get Better Sleep, New Study Says
Sleep

This One Thing Will Help You Get Better Sleep, New Study Says

Data from the University of Michigan looks at sleep patterns around the world.
Nina Zipkin
STD-Testing Company Removes Sesame Street Advertisements Following Lawsuit Threat
Legal Issues

STD-Testing Company Removes Sesame Street Advertisements Following Lawsuit Threat

'We sincerely apologize if we offended anyone or if any images were use inappropriately,' said Brandon Greenberg, CEO of Mately, in a statement.
I Tried Google Goals for a Week. The Result: I Meditated, Hydrated and Hibernated More Than I Ever Have Before.
Setting Goals

I Tried Google Goals for a Week. The Result: I Meditated, Hydrated and Hibernated More Than I Ever Have Before.

For once, I put myself first. Well, at least when I didn't totally blow off nagging alarm reminders. My kids and husband reaped the rewards. And, most importantly, so did I.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Signing Her Grandmother's Do Not Resuscitate Order Led This Entrepreneur to Found a Health Tech Startup
Entrepreneurs

Signing Her Grandmother's Do Not Resuscitate Order Led This Entrepreneur to Found a Health Tech Startup

Kelli Thomas-Drake created an app that places critical medical data into patients' hands and aims to put the heart back into healthcare advocacy.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $55 Million in Talc-Powder Trial
Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $55 Million in Talc-Powder Trial

The company had lost a previous trial and faces approximately 1,200 lawsuits accusing it of not adequately warning consumers about its talc-based products' cancer risks.
Dave Asprey Wants to Make You Bulletproof Through Biohacking
Entrepreneur Network

Dave Asprey Wants to Make You Bulletproof Through Biohacking

On this episode of Spartan UP! podcast, the bestselling author of "The Bulletproof Diet" describes biohacking's unconventional methods to improve physical and mental health.
Entrepreneur Network
The 10 Fittest Cities for Millennials
Millennials

The 10 Fittest Cities for Millennials

Cities with good bike paths and a wide selection of yoga studios finds not all have balmy climates or steep rents, according to Livestrong.
If You Want to Live Longer, Keep Working, Study Suggests. Or, You Know, Start a Business After You Retire.
Lifestyle

If You Want to Live Longer, Keep Working, Study Suggests. Or, You Know, Start a Business After You Retire.

'It may not apply to everybody, but we think work brings people a lot of economic and social benefits that could impact the length of their lives,' researcher says.
Lindsay Friedman
This Company Found a Way to Sell Something No One Wants to Discuss
Timelines

This Company Found a Way to Sell Something No One Wants to Discuss

Learn the timeline behind Utah's Squatty Potty.
Jason Ankeny
10 Signs You're Burning Out (And How To Stop It)
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10 Signs You're Burning Out (And How To Stop It)

Even the best jobs can lead to burnout if you aren't careful.
Travis Bradberry