Aging is a part of life. As the years go by, the skin will start to sag and the wrinkles will begin to appear. It’s a perfectly normal process, although a lot of people go to extreme measures to minimize the signs of aging.
Wheelchairs have difficulties moving about in snow, but no longer thanks to Wheelblades. These small skis can be easily mounted on the front wheels of wheelchairs or baby buggies, significantly improving their mobility in snow and ice.
Society has taught us to become vain individuals. Blemished skin, sagging eyebags, and frown lines have no place in the highly shallow world that we live in today. But if you’re living on a decent income and can’t spare thousands to get surgical procedures done, then you’re in luck because there are some Japan-grown vanity gizmos that you can try out.
Everyone who’s trying to lose weight or to stay fit knows that a good scale is an important part of keeping on track. This isn’t the first high-tech scale that I’ve come across, but it sure looks futuristic, kind of like a transporter pad from Star Trek, probably a way to entice to actually step onto it rather than not.
An American man has had what doctors say is the most extensive face transplant in history. The man’s name is Richard Lee Norris and years ago he suffered massive facial injuries in a gun accident. The accident destroyed most of the man’s lips and nose as well as his jaw and left him with limited mouth movement and no sense of smell.
I’m not a huge fan of cigarettes because honestly, I hate the smell of smoke. I’m friends with a couple of people who smoke, however, some of who are trying to quit by using those electronic cigarettes.
Taking care of a child isn’t easy, nor is it rocket science. You’ve just got to strike a balance with how you treat them, so you can deal with them in a way that will get them to respect you but not fear you.
Mobile phone stands aren’t all equal, and I have to say that this one definitely is different from others I’ve seen before. The iLoop is basically a thick silicone ring that doubles as an iPhone stand, and oddly enough, an exercise grip.
Take a close look at the photo below. At first, it just looks like a couple of pieces of equipment you’d find in a hospital operating room – but look closer. Closer still. Yep, the one on the left – made entirely out of LEGO bricks.
During natural disasters or in period of great emergency, the basic things that man needs to survive is food, water, and shelter. All three are important, but the most crucial for life is water. Now you might have come across survival tips that tell you to run to your bathroom and fill up the tub with water in cases of emergency.
I often hear a statement that goes something like, “The older people are, the more pills they’ll need to take.” This isn’t necessarily true, but it’s undeniable that with age comes a lot of health complications.
DNA sequencing is complex stuff, frequently used in biological research. Having worked in a hospital in the past and having been around lots of lab equipment I can say that sort of stuff is generally gigantic and very expensive.
Most of us can get around just fine on our two feet, but those who are confined to wheelchairs can have a hard time getting around. Those who are paralyzed often need someone to push them, if they do not have the motor function to do it themselves.
Even though the water you get from your tap goes through several purification processes, most people aren’t really comfortable with drinking straight from it. I’ve been told countless times that tap water is perfectly safe to drink.
When you’re outdoors, either for camping or because the Great Zombie Apocalypse has finally begun, you need to drink clean water. As such, some of the portable filters and water purifiers are a bit annoying to use, which is why I think that CamelBak’s All Clear UV water purifier is so cool.