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Category: Health + Fitness

Man Sells Fake Medical Tricorder For $800,000

Man Sells Fake Medical Tricorder For $800,000
An Illinois man named Howard Leventhal persuaded a company to help finance “Heltheo’s McCoy Home Health Tablet”. Yes it sounds as bad as it is. This is a fake health device that’s based loosely on the medical Tricorder that McCoy used on Star Trek.

Need to See a Doctor? For $49, You Can See One Immediately – Online

Need to See a Doctor? For $49, You Can See One Immediately – Online
Seeing a doctor can be a pain sometimes. It’s painful and inconvenient enough to be sick as it is. What’s even worse is having to sit at a doctor’s office for hours on end and wait for the receptionist to call your name.

Moves: A Standalone Activity Tracker that Really Works

Moves: A Standalone Activity Tracker that Really Works
I kind of like tracking all of my activities, especially since I tend to run alone so I need the motivation to stay on target. While apps like RunKeeper and others work well to track runs, a simple pedometer is something good to keep track of every single move you make in a day.

Nike Flyknit Air Max: So Light You Might Float Away

Nike Flyknit Air Max: So Light You Might Float Away
I’ve been waiting for this for about a year, and finally, Nike has announced the release of a sneaker that will combine Flyknit technology with a full Air Max cushioning. Now this will be one comfortable sneaker.

Fitbug Orb Activity Tracker: The Affordable Workout Tracker (with a Catch)

Fitbug Orb Activity Tracker: The Affordable Workout Tracker (with a Catch)
There are plenty of activity trackers around to get the job done to track physical activity, and most of them aren’t cheap. For the more budget-conscious, there’s the newly released Fitbug Orb, which looks like it could be a good option.

Zepp 3D Motion Sensors Will Help You Suck Less at Sports

Zepp 3D Motion Sensors Will Help You Suck Less at Sports
As the old adage goes, “practice makes perfect.” I had a coach in high school that was fond of a different adage it went something like “perfect practice makes perfect”, because if you practice something incorrectly, you’ll learn it incorrectly.

Robo-Boots Give a Powerful Boost to Your Every Step

Robo-Boots Give a Powerful Boost to Your Every Step
Aging is part of being human. Eventually, that spring in your step will be replaced by a slow (but hopefully steady) pace as you near your sixties. People who are in this stage of life and are frustrated at the limitations of old age will be happy to hear about the Ankle Walking Assist Device (abbreviated as AWAD).

NASA Will Pay up to $5000 per Month for Study Participants to Stay in Bed

NASA Will Pay up to $5000 per Month for Study Participants to Stay in Bed
NASA recently announced that it is looking for people to perform what may be the easiest job ever. The space agency is looking for participants for 70 days of study and they will pay you $5000 per month to do nothing but lay in bed.

Owlet Baby Bootie Lets You Monitor Your Baby’s Vitals from Your Smartphone

Owlet Baby Bootie Lets You Monitor Your Baby’s Vitals from Your Smartphone
The Owlet isn’t a baby monitor is the usual sense of the word. I mean, it lets you monitor your baby, but not in the way that most baby monitors do, which is let you hear what’s going on at the moment.

Pirate-themed CT Scanner Will Scan Your Pirate Booty

Pirate-themed CT Scanner Will Scan Your Pirate Booty
It can be scary to get a CT scan, whether you are an adult or a kid. God only knows what that radiation is doing to you. What if you end up like the Hulk? To ease the fears of children who need to endure a trip through the machine, New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital is one place to go.

Beauty Lift High Nose: A ‘Higher, Firmer’ Nose – Minus the Surgery?

Beauty Lift High Nose: A ‘Higher, Firmer’ Nose – Minus the Surgery?
Many of us have a hundred and one things that we’d want to change about ourselves. The majority of us don’t really do anything about it, either because we’re afraid to go under the knife, can’t afford to do so, or just don’t think it’s worth the risk or money.

Comfort Cast Makes Broken Arms Look Almost Desireable

Comfort Cast Makes Broken Arms Look Almost Desireable
Whenever you have a broken limb, life can get quite difficult. There aren’t plenty of ways that you can make it better, however, sticking a screen on it and completely modernizing is something I hadn’t thought about before now.

Varibike: Trains Your Arms as Much as Your Legs

Varibike: Trains Your Arms as Much as Your Legs
Cycling has always been a good way to exercise, but the Varibike aims to make it even better, by working out a larger number of muscle groups simultaneously. The Varibike was designed as a work-out solution as well as a therapy solution.

Bowflex Boost Fitness Band: HAL Will Make You Exercise!

Bowflex Boost Fitness Band: HAL Will Make You Exercise!
Fitness bands, apps and devices are a great way to motivate you to keep fit. There’s nothing like adding a bit of competitiveness into your fitness routine, especially if you don’t exercise with partners or friends.

Facewaver Exercise Mask Makes You Look Like a Real Horror Show

Facewaver Exercise Mask Makes You Look Like a Real Horror Show
Does your face look saggy and sallow? Do your facial muscles feel strained, even when you make the simplest of facial expressions? It probably lacks exercise and one way you could get it is with the Facewaver Exercise Mask.

How Old Is Your Body? This Mortality Wrist Device Will Tell You

How Old Is Your Body? This Mortality Wrist Device Will Tell You
You might be twenty years old, but your body could be much older. There used to be no way to know, until some researchers from the Lancaster University in the UK came up with something called the “endotheliometer.”