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09/30/2014 Text Messaging Rules

Texting can be a wonderful and convenient thing Ȓ but thereȗs nothing worse than receiving a message with such garbled grammar that you canȗt figure out what itȗs trying to say, or multiple messages all in a row, or the dreaded We need to talk text.

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09/29/2014 Text Messaging Radar

Police radar guns are used to detect speeding, but what if they could also sniff out texters?

According to Pilotonline.com, a Virginia company is developing a radar gun that would do exactly that.

The company claims radio frequencies emitted from a cellphone could be used to tell if someone inside a car is using a phone, surfing the internet or texting.

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09/22/2014 Connecting Volunteers Through SMS Messages

Software Connects Volunteers through Text Messages

A Grand Rapids company that develops software to help organizations manage their volunteers has added a new feature to its online platform to improve effective communication.

Volgistics Inc., a volunteer management organization located at 400 76th St. SW, Byron Center, has introduced a SMS text messaging feature incorporated in its existing volunteer logistics software for its customers at no additional cost.

The volunteer software solutions companys addition of text messaging to its customizable online platform enables organizations to communicate directly with volunteers who choose to participate by submitting their mobile phone number. Tim Long, customer experience specialist at Volgistics, said the text messaging feature allows customers to relay information to volunteers with the same technology they are comfortable using.

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09/19/2014 Cancer Study Via SMS

Text message-based cancer screening education may help at-risk minority groups

In a recent JMIR study, a team of researchers in Minnesota explored the potential of mobile health to reach people who sometimes fall through the cracks of the healthcare system. They found that a text message intervention could help Korean American women, a group that has one of the highest cervical cancer mortality rates in the United States, seek preventative screenings - Pap tests.

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09/18/2014 Merck Increases Diabetes Awareness in Africa with SMS and E-learning

According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 382 million people around the world suffer from diabetes, which represents a prevalence of 8.3 percent. If the condition is caught early, diabetes can be managed with the right diet, exercise and medication.

This, however, is not always possible in developing countries with limited resources and healthcare infrastructures. The International Diabetes Federation said the number of people with diabetes in Africa will double by 2035, and nearly half or 46 percent of people living with diabetes in the continent are still undiagnosed. The oldest pharmaceutical and chemical company, Merck, has announced the launch of its second year of a five-year project to provide European Accredited Clinical Diabetes Management courses for medical and pharmacy students in African Universities by introducing E-Learning.

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09/16/2014 Weekly Text Message Could Encourage Healthier Food Choices

Many people are unaware that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's mandated nutrition labels are based on a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet, but researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that simple weekly text message reminders can greatly improve that awareness.

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09/15/2014 In a Study, Text Messages Add Up to a Balance Sheet of Everyday Morality

Committing a small act of kindness, like holding the door for a harried stranger, often prompts the recipient to extend a hand to others, but it comes at a cost, psychologists have long argued. People who have done the good deed are primed to commit a rude one later on, as if drawing on moral credit from their previous act.

Now, in a novel survey of everyday moral behavior, researchers have tested whether that theory holds up in real life. It does, though the effects appear small.

The findings come from a survey of everyday morality in which researchers tracked people’s moral judgments and attitudes at regular intervals throughout a typical day, using text messages.

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