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No, Gadgets Can’t Beat Heatstroke - Outside
The rise of wearables has led to a small cottage industry of startups claiming that their devices can detect and prevent dangerous heat-related illnesses. But as this report shows, the hype so far outstrips the reality.
Has Science found a cure for aging? - Men’s Journal
Cryonics, diet restriction…wine? Resveratrol, found in red grapes, was shown in lab tests to extend life (fine print: in lab rats) and kicked off supplement stampede. But do they work?
The science of being seen - Bicycling
“He came out of nowhere” is a standard driver refrain when they hit a cyclist. Riders don’t, of course, but new research into how we process motion and perceive objects could help make cyclists safer on the road.