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CES 2019: 'I feel my sanity draining away'

CES 2019: 'I feel my sanity draining away'

Technology
CES - a tech trade show where the exhibit hall spans 2.7 million sq ft (250,000 sq m) - can leave attendees either enthralled or burned out. With more than 160,000 techies, journalists and businesspeople in attendance, there was plenty of chatter on social media.For those who spent significant time on the show floor, perhaps Ed Zitron, chief executive at EZPR, summed it up best after he was confronted with a light that promised to visualise his body temperature in colour. "Come see your mood," a sign beckoned. He turned to Twitter to get things off his chest and sent out a highly amusing thread. (Note: this link contains some strong language).Others discovered more arresting escapades.There was p...
'Whenever I was with him, you could feel the positive vibes' – tributes to Samuel

'Whenever I was with him, you could feel the positive vibes' – tributes to Samuel

Sports
Former Aston Villa and Bolton defender Jlloyd Samuel has been praised as a selfless, honest and positive friend after he died aged 37 in a car crash.Samuel, most recently player-manager of non-league side Egerton, died in an accident in Cheshire on Tuesday.A minute's applause was held at Villa Park before the Championship play-off second leg match between Villa and Middlesbrough. The supporters sang "there's only one Jlloyd Samuel" during the tribute.Ex-Wigan and West Brom striker Nathan Ellington, who played with him at Egerton, told BBC Sport: "It is gut-wrenching, he was an amazing guy. He did so much. He had a positive effect on people's hearts.Ex-Villa defender Samuel dies in crash"I saw...
6 Foods to Eat If You Want to Feel Sexier (And Who Doesn't?!)

6 Foods to Eat If You Want to Feel Sexier (And Who Doesn't?!)

Health
Put them on your Valentine's Day menu—and ignite desire. You already know that chocolate has a reputation as a potent aphrodisiac, thanks in part to its high caffeine and antioxidant content and melt-in-your-mouth texture. No wonder chocolate in all forms is tempting you in store windows and on your social feed right now, as Valentine's Day is about to arrive.But chocolate isn't the only food that can prime you physically or mentally for a bedroom session. Plenty of others can also put you in a let's-get-it-on kind of mindset, research suggests. Some amp your libido and energy, others give you a mood boost, and some simply have a silky, sensual deliciousness that makes you feel relaxed and indulgent. If you're hoping for some se
3 Recipes to Make When You Feel Super Stressed

3 Recipes to Make When You Feel Super Stressed

Health
Try one of these nutrient-packed treats to take the edge off. When you’re feeling frazzled, it’s easy to be tempted by a handful of M&Ms, a couple of cookies, or an entire pint of ice cream. Stress and anxiety are known to trigger cravings, and not necessarily for a grain bowl or kale salad.But it is possible to harness those cravings for good: Turns out a handful of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients can actually help relieve negative feelings. The magnesium, zinc, and omega-3s in nuts, for example, may help stabilize cortisol levels and keep your mood steady. Even dark chocolate (in moderation, of course) could help calm your nerves on harried days. "Research has shown that it c
This Type of Alcohol Makes You Feel Sexy, According to Science

This Type of Alcohol Makes You Feel Sexy, According to Science

Health
Spirits—like vodka, gin, whiskey and other hard alcohols—were linked to a range of strong feelings. If you’re trying to wind down after a long day, wine may help you relax, a new study suggests. But if you’re more in the mood to feel sexy and confident, order spirits instead.A group of researchers in the U.K. set out to determine whether different types of alcohol prompt different emotional responses among drinkers. They used data from almost 30,000 people who responded to the Global Drug Survey, a yearly international poll about drug and alcohol habits around the world, and published their results in the British Medical Journal.Spirits — like vodka, gin, whiskey and other hard alcohols — were linked to a range of strong feelings. They were most likely bring up n