Making up 73 percent of the brain and 80 percent of muscles and kidneys, this key element plays a vital role in sustaining the human framework by maintaining inner core temperatures and transporting nutrients through the bloodstream. It's in charge of building cells, flushing waste, and absorbing shock. But perhaps water's most vital role in sustaining… Continue reading A Life Aquatic
This summer, the rays are playing in Tampa Bay. But it isn't the home-run hitting, second-base stealing kind; these rays are the peskier variety that cause long-term skin damage without adequate protection. Sunlight isn't a bad thing by any means, and it actually hand delivers vitamin D to the body, a nutrient that strengthens bones and… Continue reading Here Comes the Sun
It might start with body aches and a chill. Other times a sudden fever or fatigue. Unlike the common cold, you know when you've been struck with influenza. Defined by the Center for Disease Control as a contagious respiratory virus, the flu spreads through coughing, sneezing, shaking hands or conversing. By touching surfaces around work and home already… Continue reading Going Viral
A condition that affects more than 4.5 million American per year, Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of memory loss among those 60 and older. A recent study suggests that a person's sense of smell could help predict the early stages of the disease. Through a sample size of 1,430 men and women, researchers at… Continue reading Sniffing Out Alzheimer’s Disease
By this point, most software developers are intimately familiar with "scrum," an iterative and incremental agile software development framework used for managing product development. This methodology provides a way to develop quality software quickly, and allows change requests at any stage of the process. But where did this strategy get its start? The term scrum… Continue reading Sprint to the Goal
9 Reasons to Love West Central Florida, a photo by photographyalive on Flickr.9 reasons to love west central Florida! Photography by Evan Brenner.
Learn to Fly, a photo by photographyalive on Flickr.