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Researchers Can Detect Depression From Saliva Swab

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February 18, 2014
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Researchers have developed a test that can assess risk of depression in boys by testing for elevated levels of cortisol. Video provided by Newsy


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Cellphone Use Linked to Excess Saliva

Cellphone Use Linked to Excess Saliva

Buzz60 (July 16, 2012) — A recent study shows a link between heavy cellphone use and saliva production. Scientists at the Vidhya Shikshan Prasark Mandal's Dental College and Research Centre in India have found that the gland responsible for saliva production is larger in people who talk a lot on cell-phones. Patrick Jones has the juicy details on this Buzz60.
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Using Twitter to Predict Unemployment

Using Twitter to Predict Unemployment

FORA.tv (Oct. 2, 2013) — Using Twitter to Predict Unemployment Social Data Week - Mandarin Oriental New York Can social data protect populations and improve human well-being? UN Global Pulse is an innovation initiative of the Executive Office of the United Nations Secretary-General tasked with using data technologies to monitor the impacts of global crisis, improve policy and detect human vulnerabilities. Global Pulse's Robert Kirkpatrick will talk about how social data is transforming communities, improving global readiness and impacting social and public policy for governments and aid organizations around the world.
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Google Self-Driving Cars Are Getting Smarter

Google Self-Driving Cars Are Getting Smarter

Newsy (Apr. 28, 2014) — Google released a video Monday showing its self-driving car software. The tech can detect cars, construction, cyclists, pedestrians and more. Video provided by Newsy
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Sony Patenting 'Smart Wig'

Sony Patenting 'Smart Wig'

Buzz60 (Nov. 22, 2013) — Sony is attempting to patent designs for a 'smart wig.' The patent reveals the wig would work in conjunction with a smartphone or tablet and would feature GPS, a laser and an actuator to detect nearby objects. Patrick Jones has the rest.
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