Fitmodo: Razer Nabu Review And Why The Juice Revolution Is BS

Fitmodo: Razer Nabu Review And Why The Juice Revolution Is BS

Welcome to Fitmodo, your regular weekly round up of the news you need to know to keep your earthly form in top shape — from fitness advice to breakthroughs in medical research.

This week: Australian scientists find a link between short-sightedness and lack of sunlight, we review the Razer Nabu and why juice the “juice revolution” is a load of bull.

Medicinal Marijuana Will Be Available In Victoria From 2017


This month will see the first cultivation trail begin, with the treatments being available to selected patients from early 2017.
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Australian Scientists Discover Lack Of Sunlight, Not Computer Screens, Causes Eyesight Problems


Optometrist and lead researcher on the project, Associate Professor Scott Read, who is the director of research at QUT’s School of Optometry and Vision Science, said that children need to spend more than an hour and preferably at least two hours a day outside to help prevent myopia from developing and progressing.
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The Juice Revolution Is Bullshit


Juicero raised investment capital from Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and Campbell’s Soup, among others. These companies are making a foolish bet, and the story of Juicero’s rise is the story of what’s wrong with startup culture.
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Razer Nabu Review: Smart Features Made Stupid




This Dude’s Fitness Tracker May Have Just Saved His Life


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