Effects of Peppermint and Cinnamon Odor Administration on Simulated Driving Alertness, Mood and Workload
- Cinnamon: A healthy spice. // Glamour;Nov92, Vol. 90 Issue 11, p56
Reports on research that shows that cinnamon increases the ability of insulin to metabolize blood glucose by up to ninefold. This increased insulin efficiency is beneficial to the heart and metabolism.
- READY SET SHOP: SUPPLEMENTS. FANTASTIC FALL FINDS. // Better Nutrition;Oct2010, Vol. 72 Issue 10, p16
The article presents information on several nutritional supplements. A discussion of the nutritional and health benefits of the supplements, which include Good 'N Natural CoQ10 Plus Cinnamon dietary supplement, Dr. Vanessa's Anti-Aging Collagen Powder and Solaray Peppermint Oil motion sickness...
- Niveles de alcohol en la sangre y desviaciÃ³n de la lÃnea en conductores estudiados en simuladores: un metaanÃ¡lisis. Rondón, Martín; Gómez-Restrepo, Carlos; Lozano, Juan Manuel; Ruiz, Álvaro; Macías, Felipe; González, Eduardo // Revista Colombiana de Psiquiatria;Mar2010 Supplement, p235S
Introduction: Driving under the influence of alcohol increases the risk of traffic accidents and road accident. However, it is not clear to what extent the presence of alcohol in the blood can divert a driver of the lane. Objectives: To determine the minimum concentration of alcohol in the blood...
- Driving Impairment in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome. Tippin, Jon // American Journal of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology;Jun2007, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p114
Drivers with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) have an increased risk of motor vehicle crashes. Unfortunately, neither clinical nor polysomnographic features allow clinicians to reliably identify high-risk drivers. One potential means of identifying these drivers is with the use of driving...
- The Evaluation of Traditional and Early Driver Training With Simulated Accident Scenarios. Damm, Loïc; Nachtergaële, Claudine; Meskali, Mohamed; Berthelon, Catherine // Human Factors;Aug2011, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p323
Objective: We assessed the driving skills of novice traditionally trained, novice early-trained, and experienced drivers to evaluate whether supervised early training could improve young driversâ€™ skills.Background: The overall representation of young male drivers in car crashes is a...
- Rail crashes to order from French school. // R&D Magazine;Apr97, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p70
Reports on the inauguration of a dynamic testing center for the study of train cars and automobiles during collisions at the University of Valenciennes Nord in France. Tests on scale models; Description of the facilities; Electric motor driving a pulley system for propelling the vehicles.
- Is cinnamon safe and effective for treating lipid disorders? Letinsky, Daniel; Kelsberg, Gary; Anna, Leilani St. // Journal of Family Practice;Jan2011, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p43
The article provides an answer to a question regarding the efficacy and safety of cinnamon for the treatment of lipid disorders.
- The Crowd Before the Storm. Charlesworth, Jonathan David; Doshi, Finale Pankaj; Gonzalez, Joseph Edgar // UMAP Journal;Fall2001, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p291
The article describes a computer simulation model that tracks the evacuation of cars through South Carolina's evacuation network. A simplified map of South Carolina comprising 107 junctions and 154 roads is programmed in Java. Each point in the program contains data on a city's population and...
- Correlating Driver Characteristics and Behavior to Radar Related Traffic Accidents Using Simulation. Hassan, Noha M. // International Journal of Engineering & Technology;Dec2011, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p127
One of the reasons that contribute to unsafe traffic is the credibility of the speed limit from the driver's perspective. The objective of this research is to correlate the driver physical characteristics to his perception to the set speed limits and behavior towards traffic enforcement systems....