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Cuddle Spoons Now Come with Drop-Proof Wrist Cord lanyard.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cuddle Spoons Now Come with Drop-Proof Wrist Cord The spoons are helpful eating aids for the disabled and elderly BAYTOWN, Texas – May 6, 2021 – Cuddle Spoons, the perfect eating aid for the disabled, elderly and learning to eat, have been improved by the addition of a drop-proof wrist cord. With the drop-proof wrist cord, mothers teaching their children and toddlers to eat on their own don’t have to constantly bend over to pick the spoon up off the floor. The same is true for the elderly and physically disabled with limited abilities, said Ken Vantroba, who created Cuddle Spoons...
Hug Me Tender: Scientists Unlock The Secret To The Perfect Cuddle.
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In this era of social distancing and depressing news, we could all do with a good hug. Now scientists have analysed what makes the perfect cuddle -- just don't squeeze too tight. A team from Japan's Toho University measured the calming effect on infants of hugs of different pressures, and when given by strangers compared to from parents. By monitoring heart rates for the infant and using pressure sensors on the adult's hand, the researchers assessed the baby's reaction to just being held, a hug with medium pressure, and what they called a "tight hug." According to the results, published...