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Social media responds to Sinead O’Connor’s N.J. video with outpouring of support

After posting a Facebook video on Thursday that went viral, singer Sinead O’Connor’s devastating plea for help drew comments from NJ.com readers and all corners of social media. Many were supportive of the Grammy-winning Irish singer, who has struggled with mental illness over the years and said she was feeling suicidal. Shortly after posting her video, O’Connor, who says she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and wants to reunite with her children, shared the street address of a Travelodge motel in South Hackensack where she said she was staying. Comments flooded in on her Facebook page…

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The 15-Minute Guided Meditation Video to Start Your New Year Off Right

Holiday travel and time spent with family and friends can be amazing, but all the celebratory meals, drinks, and out-of-whack sleep schedules and air travel can take a toll. Your body is likely looking for a reset, and the stress of returning to work after all the festivities can be overwhelming. Repair your body and mind all at once with a simple routine of mindful meditation to get you back to your grounded, happy self. (Here’s why you should meditate, and how to start). This guided meditation can be done anywhere…

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Twitter Says ‘Technical Error’ in Android App Affected Video Ad Campaigns

Twitter has said that it recently discovered a technical error due to a product update to Android clients that impacted some video ad campaigns from November 7 to December 12. “The issue has been fixed but we wanted to share more details on what the impact was to our advertising partners,” a blog post from Twitter read. The company said that once they discovered the issue, they resolved it and communicated the impact to affected partners. “Given this was a technical error, not a policy or definition issue, we are…

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​Playing video games, tennis may enhance memory

Activities like playing video games or tennis may help enhance your memory, a study has found. Attention-grabbing experiences release memory-enhancing chemicals in brain, helping to store memories that occur just before or soon after the experience, the study mentioned. “Activation of the locus coeruleus (part of the brainstem) increases our memory of events that happen at the time of activation and may also increase the recall of those memories at a later time,” said Robert Greene, Professor at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute at UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Texas…

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Video selfie while brushing can improve your oral health

Video selfie while brushing can improve your oral health (Getty Images) Recording video selfies while brushing your teeth can help you learn how to improve oral health care techniques, according to a new study. According to the study published in the journal Indian Journal of Dental Research, researchers saw an increase in the accuracy of brush strokes, in number of strokes and an overall eight per cent improvement in tooth-brushing skill while taking a selfie video. “Video and picture selfies are increasingly used in medical fields to assess, monitor and…

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Docoss X1 ‘real pix’ and arms-On Video Shared on Social Media

Docoss, little-known manufacturer of the Docoss X1 telephone that seems to have stuck attention of consumers in India this week, has published photos and a hands-on video of its Rs. 888 cellphone in a bid to assure potential customers the cellphone is ‘actual’. After Ringing Bells and mPhone, the scepticism around phone that sounds too correct to be real is comprehensible, and Docoss is making an attempt its excellent to dispel the duplicitous image. To take into account, the remarkable charge along the malfunctioning booking process and difficult to understand…

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