By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter
WEDNESDAY, May 15 (HealthDay News) -- New Italian research offers some cautionary advice for patients with high blood pressure: The next time you take a blood pressure reading, turn off your cellphone.
The reason: Answering a cellphone call during a reading may cause
By Geoff DuncanProvided by
Major password breaches are so common they're becoming like storms and traffic jams: One day you hear about tens of thousands of Twitter users compromised or several million at LinkedIn, the next it might be upwards of 50 million at Evernote or LivingSocial.
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It's possible that the day may come when you want to delete your Facebook account. It's difficult to imagine, and it will probably be hard to pull the trigger – which is where Social Roulette briefly came in.
By Denise MannHealthDay Reporter
MONDAY, May 13 (HealthDay News) -- Close to half of U.S high school students text while driving, a habit that dramatically increases their risk of getting into a potentially fatal car crash, a new study shows.
Teens who reported texting while driving were more likely
By Lewis Humphries
The U.S. economy is struggling to achieve pre-recession levels of growth. This places citizens in a difficult position, as while they may have diminished disposable income, their spending is crucial to driving economic growth throughout 2013 and beyond.
WEDNESDAY, April 24 (HealthDay News) -- A robot might tidy your kitchen some day, but how will you feel about the mechanical member of the household?
Researchers say people's empathy for robots can be similar to what they feel for other humans.
Functional MRI scans showed that volunteers had sim