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Central Florida, be ready for emergencies with OCFL Alert by Orange County Government! A must have for anyone who lives in the Central Florida area or has loved ones who do. Used to get OCFL Alert just after NOAA Weather Radio alerts for Orange County. Received no alerts last night or this morning for tornado warning or severe thunderstorms. Also, the app used to pinpoint my location and zoom to that location upon opening map view and no longer does. I've checked my app settings and location services and that is not the issue. Dec 12 issue addressed with Mar update-thank you! December 12 - I'm not sure if this is a result of iOS updates, but I used to be able to tap the pins on the map view and get info on that particular activity. That feature isn't working anymore, so I can see pins, but have to scroll through the list view to find associated details. Also, I've noted controlled burns occurring near me recently for which I've seen no alert. Alerts used to be sent out for planned controlled burns. Otherwise this app has always been really useful. The nonstop barrage had me temporarily disable notifications during the storm producing the tornadoes about which I was being warned.

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Optimized Caffeine Consumption with 2B

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SAN ANTONIO — A web-based caffeine optimization tool successfully designs effective strategies to maximize alertness while avoiding excessive caffeine consumption, according to preliminary results from a. Using multiple sleep-deprivation and shift-work scenarios, the researchers generated caffeine-consumption guidance using the open-access tool , and then they compared the results with the U. Army guidelines. , a Department of the Army Senior Research Scientist for Advanced Medical Technology, serving at the U. Army Medical Research and Development Command at Ft. Detrick, Maryland. According to the authors, caffeine is the most widely consumed stimulant to counter the effects of sleep deprivation on alertness. However, to be safe and most effective, the right amount must be consumed at the right time. Last year at SLEEP 2018 in Baltimore, Reifman comparing the algorithm with the caffeine dosing strategies of four previously published experimental studies of sleep loss. With this added capability, the 2B-Alert Web 2. It also enables users to automatically obtain optimal caffeine timing and doses to achieve peak alertness at the desired times. This freely available tool will have practical applications that extend beyond the realms of the military and the research lab, noted Reifman. and 5 p. , and desire to consume as little caffeine as possible, when and how much caffeine should you consume? Learn more about from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. This work was sponsored by the Military Operational Medicine Program Area Directorate of the U. Army Medical Research and Development Command, Ft. Detrick, Maryland. Abstract Title: Abstract ID: 0324 Presentation Date: Wednesday, June 12 Oral Presentation: 2:30 p. to 2:45 p. Presenter: Jaques Reifman, Ph. For a copy of the abstract or to arrange an interview with the study author or an AASM spokesperson, please contact the AASM at 630-737-9700, or. About the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Established in 1975, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine AASM improves sleep health and promotes high quality, patient-centered care through advocacy, education, strategic research, and practice standards. The AASM has a combined membership of 10,000 accredited member sleep centers and individual members, including physicians, scientists and other health care professionals. For more information about sleep and sleep disorders, including a directory of AASM-accredited member sleep centers, visit.

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Algorithm provides customized caffeine strategy for alertness

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A new study says there is a right time to drink coffee so it's most effective. Army researchers created a computer algorithm that studies sleep patterns to make recommendations about coffee intake. The scientists hope to incorporate the algorithm in a pre-existing online tool that people can use for personal recommendations. If you love caffeine, you may think there's never a wrong time for , but a new study says there is a right time to get the most out of your daily cup. Researchers from the United States Army developed an algorithm that makes personal recommendations for timing your caffeine consumption, so you can drink the least amount of coffee to achieve the maximum level of alertness. They published their study in the May issue of the. The study found that the algorithm helped people improve their alertness by up to 64 percent — without consuming any more caffeine than normal. On the flip side, it found that with the right dosing schedule, people could reduce their caffeine consumption by up to 65 percent and still achieve peak alertness. "The algorithm hinges on our ability to accurately predict how an individual responds to sleep deprivation and how an individual responds to caffeine," study co-author Jaques Reifman, research scientist at the United States Military, explained to MensHealth. com. To get to their findings, the researchers administered "alertness" tests that determined how quickly people completed certain tasks. Then, they fed the results to the algorithm, which predicted how sleep deprivation, schedule, and caffeine impacted alertness during different times of the day. "Once it knows how you respond to sleep deprivation and caffeine, it [the algorithm] generates thousands of possible caffeine schedules. " Finally, a computer program compared the predictions until it found the people's peak levels of alertness. Getty Images Reifman says the algorithm was developed for army workers, but it will also be offered online for anyone to use. Eventually, the algorithm will be included into an already existing online tool,. Currently, 2B-Alert predicts alertness based on how much caffine and sleep someone has had. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to determine this on your own, Reifman says.

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