To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: 1 weird food that KILLS blood pressure
Date: Sun Nov 24 15:08:43 MST 2013
"Mr. Burge, you're going to die.
Probably before you leave this building."
That's what the nurse told me when she took my blood pressure.
I was too terrified to speak. My wife was weeping.
I thought about my son Ken. He had recently turned his own blood
pressure around and lost a lot of weight.
Whatever he was doing was working.
So I picked up the phone, hands shaking, and gave him a call.
Ken told me to drop whatever I was doing, drive to the nearest
grocery store, and buy this one weird ingredient:
You will not believe what happened next (click on the link above
to learn the rest).
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The author's first experience with Google Glass, a futuristic headmounted computer that Google hopes will change the world.FoxNews.com / Perry ChiaramonteToday is my first full day as a cyborg.Ive spent the past 18 or so hours wearing Google Glass -- the Internet giants vision of an always-on, digitally connected future, disguised as a pair of glassless eyeglasses.Looking past the double-takes and outright stares from everyone looking at me, its easy to see the potential of this crazy gizmo. But for now, well, its weird being one of the borg.Glass is a lopsided yet oddly comfortable hunk of plastic, silicon and titanium. The brains of my device were housed in two hunks of gray plastic, all on the right side (and no, theres currently no option to swap sides). Google has versions in a variety of colors, including a gorgeous bright orange. If youre going to call attention to yourself, may as well do it in style.At the back is a battery and a tiny speaker that rests against your head, and uses the bones in your skull to amplify its output. The front contains the camera, processor and a tiny display screen -- your interface to the world of Google.I picked mine up from Googles temporary Glass office in New York. And after a 90-minute walkthrough with several Glass guides, I was ready to set out in the world.I found using Glass to be remarkably intuitive and straightforward. Others who tried it had mixed luck, however, which mainly revealed LONDON A British adventurer has died and two others suffered frostbite as they tried to cross Greenland's ice cap on a charity hike, officials said Wednesday.The British Foreign Office said Philip Goodeve-Docker died and two others on the trek remained hospitalized.On Friday, the three-man expedition got caught by a strong cold wind that sweeps across the eastern part of the vast icecap, Poul Petersen, a spokesman for the police in Greenland said. A rescue helicopter was not able to reach the men until Saturday because of the bad weather, and on arrival they found that Goodeve-Docker was dead.The survivors were flown to Britain via Iceland after first being treated at a hospital in Tasiilaq on Greenland's east coast, 180 kilometers (112 miles) south of the Arctic Circle, Petersen said. Goodeve-Docker's body was being sent later to Britain, he said.Goodeve-Docker embarked on the trip to raise money for charity in honor of his grandfather, who died two years ago.On his website, he described the 500 to 600-kilometer (310 to 370-mile) trek as one of the great polar challenges. The adventurer said he expected the trip's dangers to include polar bears, strong winds, crevasses up to 500 meters (1,650 feet) and temperatures as low as minus 50 Celsius (minus 58 Fahrenheit).