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news.yahoo.com - 19 readers - 2013 was the year of the selfie, according to the Oxford English Dictionary — but self-snaps aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Everybody is taking selfies, from President Obama to astronaut Aki Hoshide. With the proliferation of smartphones with front-facing cameras, selfies have become mainstream. And with apps like Snapchat and Instagram tha...
sciencedaily.com - 40 readers - Including a patient's photo with imaging exam results may enable a more meticulous reading from the radiologist interpreting the images, as well as a more personal and empathetic approach, according to a new study.
telegraph.co.uk - 18 readers, 57 Tweets - As a study shows selfies can harm body image, Radhika Sanghani asks psychologists why we really bother taking selfies, with alarming consequences
mashable.com - 31 readers, 9567 Tweets - When potential dates, employers and friends glance at your online social profiles, what do they see? EyeTrackShop, a startup that runs eye-tracking studies for advertisers, help...
today.com - 17 readers - Women spend an average of 55 minutes every day working on their appearance. Let’s break that down a little further: That amounts to 335 hours every year — or an entire two-week vacation — lost to their looks, according to the TODAY/AOL Ideal to Real Body Image Survey released Monday. There's nothing wrong with caring about your appearance, of co...