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Could NuCalm Control The Hulk?

The events of Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame have changed our understanding of The Hulk, showing how hard it is for Banner to coexist with his id monster. Although he seems somewhat at peace now, we have to ask:  Could a device like NuCalm control this green rage monster and [...]

The Least Stressful Jobs of 2019

Stress, it seems, is omnipresent in modern life. And for most of us the majority of our stress comes from our jobs. So, if you’re trying to cut down on stress in your life, maybe you should consider switching to one of these least stressful jobs. How Stressfulness Was Rated The job rating was performed [...]

3 Lessons on Maximizing Performance from F1 Racing

This is a great time for racing fans. The Formula 1 season just kicked off a couple weeks ago with the Australian Grand Prix, held at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. The top prize was taken by Sebastian Vettel in his Ferrari-built car, traveling nearly 200 miles in just under an hour and a half, [...]

In the End, It’s the Mind That Separates Winners and Losers at the Olympics

With the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Korea, the world is turning its eyes to watch its most elite athletes compete to bring home the honor and glory of being the best in the world. But what allows olympians to perform at such high levels? There are many potential contributing factors that [...]

Hopefully People Learn from Viral Teeth Cleaning Videos

One of the strange phenomena of the Internet age is the surprising popularity of pimple-popping videos. Some of these videos have millions of views, which is hard to fathom for those of us who can’t stand these disgusting pieces of Internet marginalia. But there are actually many reasons why these videos are so popular--and some [...]

Scientists Take First Images of Key Receptors for Anxiety Transmitter

NuCalm is based on an advanced understanding of the neuroscience of anxiety. That’s why we’re always excited to see new advances in the science of anxiety. Recently, researchers took the first images of glutamate receptors, allowing them to see the structure of the receptor and how it is opened and closed. Perhaps this can lead [...]

Hawaii Increases Restrictions on Sedation Dentistry

This month, new rules about sedation dentistry went into effect in Hawaii. Called “Finley’s Law,” the new regulations were enacted in response to the death of a three-year-old boy who was sedated for dental procedures. Although Hawaii is the first to pass such restrictive requirements on dental sedation, the response to numerous child deaths related [...]

Texas Aims to Keep Dentists from Being Bartenders

It’s a trend that Texas lawmakers are calling “alarming”: more and more dentists are offering alcohol to help calm patients down as they wait for an appointment. To stop the trend in their state, they have proposed a bill that would stop any healthcare provider from offering alcoholic beverages to patients. This bill just passed [...]

Relaxation Contest Encourages People to Chill Without Phones

It’s an unusual contest, but one that’s been growing in popularity: South Koreans in Seoul were trying to win the title of the most “spaced out.” The goal of this contest is to “Relax Your Brain,” and by spending the most time sitting still without looking at a smartphone, TV, computer, or even a watch. [...]