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What is Insomnia? Causes of and Treatments For Insomnia - MDsave

Causes, Risk Factors and Complications of Insomnia Insomnia is a sleep disorder that makes it hard for a person to fall asleep, stay asleep or both. Short-term insomnia can last up to 4 weeks; long-term insomnia can last 4 weeks and beyond. This kind of sleep deprivation will affect your physical, social, emotional and mental wellbeing, so treating insomnia is imperative to having a healthy quality of life. The common causes of insomnia include stress, anxiety, depression, medications, caffein

Causes of and Treatments For Concussions - MDsave

Causes, Risk Factors and Complications of Concussion A concussion is a minor traumatic brain injury resulting from an impact to the head or violent shaking of the head or upper body. By definition, a concussion is not a life-threatening injury. However, any good hit or jarring of the head can potentially alter brain functioning. So what causes a concussion? Doing anything that ends in blunt force trauma to the head can result in a concussion. However, the most common causes are falls, fights,

Careers Working with the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing

According to the Hearing Health Foundation (HHF), one in five Americans have hearing loss in at least one ear and three out of every 1000 children are born deaf or hard of hearing. Looking at these staggering statistics, it’s obvious why people with the skills to work with the deaf community are increasingly in demand. From sign language interpreters and teachers to speech pathologists and audiologists, the range of occupations working with deaf and hard of hearing people is wide, and jobs in

The 10 Highest-Paying Healthcare Jobs

The enormous healthcare industry provides an array of rewarding, high-paying careers for people without a medical license. Healthcare employees work with caring workers, cutting-edge technology, and patients grateful for their help. There’s rarely a dull moment in the fast-paced world of healthcare. Related articles: The 100 Best Online Colleges for 2018 The Best Online Colleges by State The Best Online Degrees The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects the healthcare industry to cr

“Melting Memories” Exhibit Takes Viewers on Hypnotic Journey

Many of us have wondered what it would be like to traverse through your past, revisiting tender moments, finding closure in others, and tiptoeing past those that are more unpleasant. By tapping into the unchartered waters of combining art, technology, and neurological data, Turkish director, designer, and media artist Refik Anadol may have discovered how to enter this realm and see what memories are made of. At a recent gallery showing at the Pilevneli Gallery in Istanbul, Anadol revealed a seri

Artificial Intelligence: A Marketing Tool Your Small Business Can No Longer Ignore

Yes, there are always shiny new digital marketing trends evolving in the current high-tech space. Some work, some fizzle. However, some strategies are making huge impacts in accelerating the growth of businesses; changing the digital marketing landscape forever. One such trend is AI or Artificial Intelligence, and it’s not just for big corporations to utilize. It’s time to embrace the long-term financial, marketing, and cost-effective benefits AI can produce for your small business. Here’s how.

How the Bonx Grip walkie-talkie helps a blind athlete take on the toughest terrain

Since their development during the World War II, walkie-talkies are still preferred over cell phones for group communication – particularly in remote natural areas – but they’re cumbersome, especially for outdoor sports athletes. Enter the evolution of hands-free devices and smart group-talk wearables. Through Bluetooth technology and advanced apps, a new generation of devices and wearables allow group communication by simply pushing a button. However, taking your hands off equipment to fumble

Interview: Liz Hernandez Tells Her Story on Identity and Immigration Through Paint and Sculpture

Welcome to Curious Creative Spotlight, a recurring feature in which Rogue Habits interviews artists, showcasing their work as well as delving into their inspirations, creative processes, and daily life. Think your art should be featured next? Here’s how to submit. Based in Oakland, California, Liz Hernandez’s work primarily focuses on topics related to her identity and the narratives we place on everyday objects, reflecting the vibrant food, culture, and history of the bustling markets located

First 3D Printed Home Could Solve World’s Housing Crisis

1.2 billion people in the world live without life’s most basic human need–shelter. However, at the recent 2018 SXSW festival and conference, the unveiling of the first permitted 3D printed home in America could make global homelessness a thing of the past. New Story, a non-profit that builds houses for people in developing nations, and Icon, a construction technologies start-up company in Austin, Texas, came together at the famous Austin festival to demonstrate that it’s possible to build a low

Exclusive Interview: Model Turned Harvard Grad Psychologist Describes How Owning “Fear” Saved Her Life

Dr. Lara Fielding, a former model turned clinical psychologist, shares how an amazing opportunity to go to Paris at age 15, modeling for one of the biggest agencies in the industry resulted in a traumatic experience—but one that inevitably taught her invaluable life lessons that she now shares to empower others. As the author of Mastering Adulthood: Go Beyond Adulting to Become An Emotional Grownup, Fielding studied the psychophysiology of stress and emotions at UCLA and Harvard, before receivi

Interview: These Illustrations Are Making Waves in the Latinx Community

Meet Yocelyn Riojas, the illustrator, social activist, and Latinx artist behind the powerful resistance art highlighting recent Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) immigration issues facing millions across the nation. From the Texas Capitol to the most recent Women’s March in Washington DC, Riojas’ impactful illustrations have gone viral during some of the largest protests and political movements in U.S. history. Widely recognized for her poster “My

Mesmerizing Watches Turn Time Into Works of Art

Drawing inspiration from the Kinetic Art movement of the 1950’s combined with a deep frustration of the “generic minimalism” saturating the current watch market, Singapore-based design studio Humism launched their first line of watches transforming time into spellbinding art. Powered by the wearer’s own movement and crafted from materials like stainless steel and sapphire crystal glass, each timepiece is unique in its kinetic abstract design. From inception – to hundreds of design drafts – to a

Interview: Climb-On Maps changes the climbing game by getting you there faster and safer

Finding climbing routes can be a frustrating process for even the most seasoned of climbers — be it dealing with dangerous walk-offs or fumbling with large guidebooks. After years of not only experiencing this but also hearing from their peers, married couple and avid climbers Rick Momsen and Stefani Dawn decided to create Climb-On Maps. Their idea was to have it pick up where guidebooks and sites like Mountain Project leave off, offering users clear route types, grades, and count per crag. In

Interview: Women on the Road podcast delves into the beauty (and realities) of alternative living

With no passport required, a new bi-weekly podcast series called Women On The Road (an extension of the She Explores interview project created by Gale Straub) take listeners on exclusive adventures across the U.S. featuring candid, compelling, and vulnerable conversations with female travelers in different stages of life on the road. Amplifying voices like Morgan Brown who (after the tragic death of her mom) travels with a collapsible phone booth in her 1970 VW van for people to use to share sto

Interview: Thread Caravan Preserves Cultures Through Artisan Adventures

World traveler, lover of all things creative, and Georgia native, Caitlin Ahern saw a need to connect newfound artists with communities who’ve been perfecting their craft for generations; and so she took action. By bringing these groups together, Ahern hoped to not only offer educational, environmental, and creative opportunities but also to preserve the cultures of the world during this time of rapid globalization. At the intersection of Ahern’s multipurpose mission, Thread Caravan was born. T
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