Rob Kall

  Male      American      Journalist

  Born : Jun 29, 1951  

About Author

Rob Alan Kall (born June 29, 1951) is an American inventor, journalist, and founder of the OpEdNews website, a United States-based progressive/liberal news, antiwar activism, and opinion website founded in 2003. Kall has published over 1700 articles through the OpEdNews website and many have been cross-published in sources such as Huffington Post. Kall also hosts the 'Bottom Up Radio Show' airing on WNJC, as well as being founder and president of 'FutureHealth' and host of 'FutureHeath Radio'. In 2014, Mediaite showed Kall ranked as one of the top 200 print/online columnists.

In 1976-77, while Kall was a graduate student, he learned of the physiological finding that cold hands can result from the vascular constriction that indicates stress. He then developed the "Bio-Q ring" to detect stress through use of 13 liquid crystals to detect changes in the temperature of the hand. The concept was that if a wearer were forewarned of approaching tension, they could mitigate their actions and thus reduce stress.

In 1978 and 1979, he took early design samples of the Bio-Q ring to BSA meetings in Albuquerque and San Diego. Encouragement from biofeedback experts Thomas Budzynski, Edward Taub, and others, kept him focused on the concept. Raising money as a freelance medical writer, he founded Futurehealth Inc as a manufacturer of biofeedback instrumentation/materials. By 1984, 185,000 Bio-Q units had been sold, and according to the Futurehealth.org website, by 2014 that quantity has reached over 300,000 units sold in over 50 countries...

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