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M2SYS Biometric Software Solution Selected By GHG Corporation

...ic recognition capabilities to their web-based employee time tracking software, known as "eTSS," to eliminate buddy punching - the act of one employee clocking in for another. Because there is no software development work required to integrate Bio-SnapON(TM), GHG was able to remain focused on its core compete...

Semi-Annual Time Changes May Affect the Heart

...hin the human body, gets its cues from time and light," Zafarlotfi explained. "This coming Sunday when we go backwards, our bodies are not going to be clocking so quickly, so the clinical consequences would be fatigue, tiredness and a little bit of lack of attention and lack of concentration." For the new...

End of Daylight Saving Time Could Be Heart-Wrenching

...hin the human body, gets its cues from time and light," Zafarlotfi explained. "This coming Sunday when we go backwards, our bodies are not going to be clocking so quickly, so the clinical consequences would be fatigue, tiredness and a little bit of lack of attention and lack of concentration." For the new...

Wired, Working Americans Let Nighttime Health Routines Slide

...age, working adults spend twice as much time in the evening watching television than working out or keeping fit (8 vs. 4 hours per week), and admit to clocking an average of six extra hours of work time a week above and beyond the standard 40 hour work week, either working at home or staying late at work. Not...

NYU dental professor discovers biological clock

...a human also lives faster and dies younger. Humans have by far the most variation in these long-term incremental growth rhythms, with some humans clocking as few as five days, and others as many as ten. Correspondingly, humans have the most variability in body size among mammals. Future research will a...

Work Less to Sustain Planet Earth, Say Activists

...ector of the Centre for a New American Dream, a Maryland group promoting environmentally and socially responsible consumption. If the world started clocking American hours, then it would be detrimental to its environmental health, says writer Dara Colwell. According to a paper issued by the Center ...

Child Abuse - When God’s Gifts Land in Devils’ Clutchs

...e risk was equal for both boys and girls. Infact, out of the 69% of physically abused children, 54% happened to be boys. Assam topped the charts clocking the highest percentage of child sexual abuse – 86.26%. Andhra Pradesh followed with 72.83 %, Mizoram with 84.64 %, Delhi portrayed 83.12 %, Bihar 74.6...
Clocking in Biological News

NYU dental professor discovers biological clock linking tooth growth to other metabolic processes

...f a human also lives faster and dies younger. Humans have by far the most variation in these long-term incremental growth rhythms, with some humans clocking as few as five days, and others as many as ten. Correspondingly, humans have the most variability in body size among mammals. Future research will ...

Honey helps problem wounds

...elps the treatment of some wounds better than the most modern antibiotics. For several years now medical experts from the University of Bonn have been clocking up largely positive experience with what is known as medihoney. Even chronic wounds infected with multi-resistant bacteria often healed within a few w...

Proposal would allow wild animals to roam North America

...pronghorn ( Antilocapra americana ) -- an antelopelike animal found throughout the deserts of the American Southwest -- developed such blinding speed, clocking in at around 60 miles an hour. Introducing free-ranging African cheetahs back to the Southwest, the scientists assert, could restore strong interactio...
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Just one nanosecond: Clocking events at the nanoscale

MADISON - As scientists and engineers build devices at smaller and smaller scales, grasping the dynamics of how materials behave when they are subjected to electrical signals, sound and other manipulations has proven to be beyond the reach of standard scientific techniques. But now a team of Uni...

Time Clocks Technology Catches Up With Crooks

... clocking on and off at work isn't like it used to be. Affordable biometric technolo...to hear. 1. Buddy Punching Eliminated Slept in? Stuck in traffic? clocking on with a mechanical time clock where you grab your clock card from the rac...
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