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acupuncture

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Think acupuncture's a hoax? Think again

New research finds that the natural compound adenosine, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, floods tissue that is punctured or aggravated, and may be the secret ingredient in acupuncture.

By May 30, 2010

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Farberware Seasoning Sticks season from the inside out

The Farberware Seasoning Sticks feature a clasping design that allows them to be filled with herbs and spices. Small perforations allow the aromatics to infuse meat and poultry while cooking.

By November 19, 2013

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Google, Facebook, Adobe staff make top cash in tech world

With high salaries and outrageous perks -- like stocks and bonuses, free gourmet food, and an onsite chiropractor -- it's no wonder that tech firms dominate Glassdoor's top 25 companies for compensation and benefits list.

By May 23, 2014

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Buzzy Mini makes getting shots a lot more tolerable

The Buzzy Mini uses cold and vibrations to soothe your fear of needles and take the pain out of injections.

By January 9, 2014

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Stalker balloon, fragrant PCs aired at design contest

From cool hybrid computers to digital flower vases, entrants to the Fujitsu Design Awards 2011 contest come up with all sorts of intriguing ideas to tickle our futuristic fantasies.

By May 24, 2011

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Food Watcher: Lose weight using mild electrocution

Up yours, sensible eating and regular exercise! We've just discovered the Food Watcher -- a gadget that miraculously suppresses your appetite

By November 22, 2009

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Are Zynga employees miserable, ready to bail after IPO?

The New York Times cites several unnamed sources who are former Zynga employees in a recent report. But one source tells CNET that Zynga can be a great place to work if people are talented and love what they do.

By November 28, 2011

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'Aculife' promises to keep your Qi in order

Digital alternative to needles

By May 23, 2007

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China opens game addiction clinic

China game addiction clinic uses electroshock and psychotherapy to treat gamers whose long hours online affect their physical and mental health.

By July 6, 2005