Too lazy to have a shower? Worry no more, there's a lotion for that. DryBath is a germ-killing gel that allows you to take a bath without using a single drop of water or soap -- all you need is to apply the gel on your skin and then vigorously rub it off using your hands.
When word got out about LIVR this week, it seemed a little out there. After all, could there really be an app that glorified drinking? One that couldn't be activated until you'd had at least one drink and blown into a breathalyzer?
WDBJ 7 reported that for the first time in more than 30 years, Meals on Wheels has a wait list. The Local Office on Aging said it's a result of sequestration. WDBJ 7 found out on Thursday the program received a $10,000 donation.
Shelves full of knickknacks, chairs piled precariously atop tables, dusty toys dangling from the ceiling and barely enough floorspace to set a foot down: It's a scene that's caused more than one shopper to flee a flea market. But there's no need to fear the antique mall, say some thrifting pros, if you know what you're looking for and how to navigate through a seeker's paradise to get to it.
No one is ever truly prepared to hear, "You have cancer" -- three little words that, despite impressive advances in treatment, immediately conjure up frightening images of hair loss, chronic nausea, surgery and even death.
In March 1989, British scientist Tim Berners-Lee published a paper proposing an "information management" system for his laboratory. His supervisor, Mike Sendall, scrawled some brief comments on the cover: "Vague, but exciting."