The article Texting While Driving Raises Crash Risk Sixfold is about actual virtual driving simulator testing to study the dangers of texting while driving. In my opinion, this is a problem that is becoming epidemic. I have been in the car with a texting driver and have said (or actually yelled), “Don’t do that while you are driving!” This was in the early days of texting before the issue was front and center, but I could clearly see that the driver was not paying attention to his driving.
“You Can Give That Old Mattress New Life By Adding a Mattress Topper,” or at least, that’s what the article says. A mattress topper, more specifically, a memory foam mattress topper can make a uncomfortable or too firm mattress more comfortable, but it can’t fix a mattress that is so old and worn out that it should be thrown away.
At Healthy Foundations, we already know that a memory foam mattress provides enjoyable sleep. It seems that more and more people are finding this out and learning what comfortable, enjoyable sleep is all about.
Here’s another article explaining why a memory foam mattress will make you enjoy your sleep. Some of the things the article points out are:
A memory foam mattress can help ease your back pain. This is how I originally discovered memory foam over 15 years ago. It helped ease the back pain I had due to an injury, and I started introducing it to family and friends. The next thing you know, I had a new career and the rest, as they say, is history.
Many of us have seen the recent news reports about the latest studies warning us that the cancer risk from Computerized Tomagraphy (CT) Radiation is higher than previously thought. This leads researchers to believe CT scans can possibly lead to an increased number of cases of radiation-related cancer and deaths radiation-related cancer.
I found this interesting article about how, even after the alcohol is out of a one’s system, it still causes impairment. The study was done in a test facility with young adults between the ages of 21 and 33 (most likely age to overindulge) and was done with alcohol and placebos. The researchers determined blood alcohol levels, sleep patterns, and the ability to think quickly over a long period of time.