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Jaime Bender

Jaime Bender is a staff writer, copy editor and web producer at From the Grapevine. She has written and edited for several print and digital publications in Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Delaware and North Carolina. A native of Philadelphia, she graduated from the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s degree in English/journalism. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband and son.

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Flying cars are almost here at last, and their first stop is Tel Aviv

SkyTran CEO Jerry Sanders says his new elevated transit system is going to transform transportation. Here's how.

6 ways to achieve that post-spa skin glow – without leaving home

Get a little down and dirty with these homemade mud masks. Your face will thank you.

Starbucks cuts the cord on smartphone charging

Leave your cord at home. Starbucks has joined forces with Duracell and Powermat to equip tables with wireless phone charging stations.

Reinventing the wheelchair for children in need

Wheelchairs of Hope has a mission to help children in need. Here's how they're doing it - with a wheelchair for children that's affordable and lightweight.

Blood-pressure drug could prevent epilepsy after injury

An epilepsy drug treatment involving a drug commonly used for high blood pressure has been found to help head-trauma patients, in a breakthrough study.

Maternal instinct found in dads, too

Maternal instinct may need to be renamed parental instinct, as a new study suggests parenting changes the brains of fathers in the same way as mothers.

Underwater camera sees above the surface without distortion

An underwater camera that can capture images of the surface from below, with minimal distortion, was developed at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

Travel app lets you send digital postcards to friends and family

A private travel app, Intimate City lets users share their travel experience with a select group, while getting information about the places they visit.

New technology could vastly improve smartphone cameras

Dual-lens smartphone cameras may be on the way. An Israeli firm's new technology could vastly improve the quality of smartphone-camera images.

How diapers from jellyfish could help the environment

Diapers from jellyfish could be the next big thing in eco-friendly parenting. An Israeli company developed a super-absorbent material using jellyfish flesh.

Parents, don't cancel your kids' music lessons just yet

Music learning app technology developed by Israeli startup JoyTunes helps make practicing music easy and fun. Learn about JoyTunes' music learning app.

Diving in for a cause: Women swim miles in charity event

Swim4Sadna is an annual swim-a-thon event to raise funds for educational programs for special-needs kids. See photos and tweets from Swim4Sadna 2014.

Finally, someone figured out how to make a printer fit in your pocket

A team of designers and robotics experts developed a mini mobile printer that draws images or text on any size paper. Meet the mini mobile pocket printer.

Are we closer to finding a way to prevent cancer?

To prevent cancer, early diagnosis is critical. At Soroka Medical Center, researchers shared the latest findings on how to prevent and manage breast cancer.

Mom's invention lets special-needs children walk for the first time

When Debby Elnatan's son, Rotem, was born with cerebral palsy, doctors told her he would never be able to walk.For the first couple of years, Elnatan, who l