One reason obese people may have more food around is that they are more likely to be depressed. Food is kept close by as a source of comfort, according to Emery, which leads to furthering bad habits of overeating. Though Emerys study is not the first to link environmental factors to obesity, other scientists warn that associations do not provide causation. “[Emery’s study] doesn’t tell us much about why people are obese or how to help them lose weight, James Hill, a physiological psychologist at the University of Colorado, told The Salt.
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OnMilwaukee.com Marketplace: Milwaukee Talks: Westown Association director Stacie Callies
Molded obsolescence The main problem with Sideclick in its current state is that it uses a separate design for each remote. That means the Roku version of Sideclick wont fit an Apple TV remote, which wont fit the two Fire TV versions of Sideclick, and so on. For users, this might not matter much, but its the main reason Sideclick set such a high crowdfunding goal. As Brett Epstein explained to me, the plastic-injection molding process for the remotes clip portion eats up about $20,000 per design. The rear shell which integrates the clip is one of the most expensive pieces, and we have four unique shells, Epstein said. Essentially weve got more than half our funding just in the rear shell. Epsteins new approach involves a universal IR remote design with attachable clips for each device.
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Too many TV remotes? Sideclick can help (but don’t order one yet)
Full disclosure, my wife hired Stacie Callies when she was the executive director of the Westown Association, a business improvement district in Downtown Milwaukee. And, OnMilwaukee.com is a proud and longtime sponsor of Westown events. Today, Callies is the Executive Director of Westown and has been with the Downtown organization for nearly 14 years.
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