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Now You Can Wear This To Keep Yourself Awake During Long and Dull Road Trips

Drowsy driving might not be receiving as much attention as driving under the influence, yet it is almost as dangerous. Long distance drivers may never admit having battled drowsiness while driving, but statistics suggest so. As many as 72,000 fatal accidents , 44,000 injuries and 800 people died due to it in the US in 2013 alone, as per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. In the UK, more than 25% of severe and fatal accidents are also caused by worn out drivers. It is even estimated that 6,000 serious accidents happen every year due to drowsy driving. Even though many prefer to drink coffee and energy drinks or listen to loud music, all these are just temporary fixes. However, it’s highly probably that napping on the wheel could become a thing of the past, thanks to a futuristic and intuitive wearable called Steer. Your life saver on the road  Designed by Creative Mode, a Latvian-based company, Steer is an intelligent, life-saving bracelet made to give tired, dozy dri

Everyone Goes Through This, You Are Not That Special

Lady Bird is an accomplishment, an absolutely breathtaking experience that accomplishes a lot, on screen, quickly and shows, in-depth, mother daughter relationships that is full of familial tension. It’s a treat for people and is quite relatable; full of drama, and real themes that can be a little too close to home. This movie isn’t about what we like to talk about, behind closed doors and at a very personal level. Family drama is always with us, no matter who we are and this film depicts that accurately, though in a more extravagant and colorful way. This movie is inspired by Gerwig’s own life and is presented as her debut feature. While often times, you may feel as if the movies may be a bit too self-indulgent, this movie has not left any stones unturned when it comes to bringing the audience a slew of thrillingly real and deeply personal stories. A story of family, love and life Lady Bird takes the protagonist through her mature time, as she becomes Danny’s sweetheart (no inti

75% of Americans are Overdosing Coffee Every day, Are You One Of Them?

As the full, rich coffee flavor hits the soul and the aroma navigates through your nostrils, the sheer pleasure you get as you imbibe down that reddish-brown drink is simply indescribable. A cup or two can’t be enough to get you past those daytime lulls, and that jolt, bold taste, and alluring smells will last long after when you are probably seated in office. You Can Go Mindless For Coffee Because You Never Track How Much You Drink 75% of all Americans drink coffee every morning. Yes – we an astounding 400 million cups of this magical drink every single day. Too much coffee in the body can be harmful, according to science, yet no one tracks how much intake a person drinks. Just envisage if you could monitor your regular coffee intake and save your body these all harm and here we’re introducing Ozmo Java+. The Ozmo family is growing, and this newest member is a particular type of cup. It is an intelligent, futuristic vessel completes with an internal heating element and a feature

Fat Cells Used to Be Our Friends, Now They're Enemies

Fat cells and muscle cells might look nearly the same from the outside. They’re both part of your body and just below your skin. They both even can be clenched with your fingers. The muscles might be a little bit harder to clench – but this isn’t too much of a difference, am I right? Yet, it is. I remember back when I first started working out, with an obsolete, rusty barbell at my friends place. I was sixteen years old. Back then I told my friend: “I don’t want to get any skinnier. I just want to convert my fat cells into muscle cells!” I was being serious. Me and my friend both thought it was a reasonable goal. It wasn’t. I’ve wasted countless of hours on trying to build muscle mass while simultaneously losing fat. It wasn’t worth it. Here’s the unparalleled reason why. Fat Cells: Old Friends – New Enemies Fat cells used to be our friends. Back in the days of our ancestors, when food were scarce, we had to be able to massively store energy. Nobody in the tribe knew when we had

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crossconnectmag: Artist: Armelle Blary Lives and works in...

Artist: Armelle Blary Artist: Armelle Blary Artist: Armelle Blary Artist: Armelle Blary Artist: Armelle Blary Artist: Armelle Blary Artist: Armelle Blary crossconnectmag : Artist: Armelle Blary Lives and works in Reims, France. Her personal universe grows within the human, animals, plants spheres which intersect and merge into a poetics approach of the interrelation and of the becoming. Nourished by literature, Armelle Blary  links also her art to ancient myths: She finds inspirations on stories of metamorphosis to create new shapes that embrace equally the living and the dead. This poetic pretext becomes her favorite reflection on desire, death, love and faith. Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

Turret Penthouses at The BeekmanAccessed via private elevator...

Turret Penthouses at The Beekman Accessed via private elevator and connected by a fabulous rooftop terrace, the independent Turret Penthouses at The Beekman are unlike any other accommodation in downtown Manhattan. Adorned with original artworks and antiques, each private, two-story unit transports guests back in time to a gentler, more cultured New York. Both have stylish lounge and dining areas downstairs, as well as sumptuous king size beds and freestanding bath tubs on the top level. The decor is a mix of period and custom-made furnishings, with 19th-century glass chandeliers, grand stone fireplaces, and elegant sofas & armchairs in bold vintage colors. Soaring ceilings, white Carrara marble bathrooms, and private rooftop terraces overlooking the City Hall Park and One World Trade Center complete the picture.