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Ana Nuñez, a 62-year-old retired municipal worker in western Venezuela, says her meals often consist of just a few corn-flour pancakes, known as arepas. Even when she has money to buy groceries in the city of Maracaibo’s teeming flea market, she said that “instead of quality food they sell garbage, like animal hides and rotten …

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–McAfee today announced its latest consumer security portfolio that includes enhanced products with better user experiences such as a native VPN and new features, including integrated social media and tech scam protection. Meeting consumers in their current realities, these new functionalities are designed to protect users from current threats as they navigate …

For 66 years, Marion and Robert Brubaker have been inseparable, from their 48 years in music ministry at York’s Zion United Church of Christ to a post-retirement move to Willow Valley Communities in 2017. When Robert needed more assistance with everyday activities, he moved into The Glen, the community’s skilled nursing facility. Marion made the …

Twitter Inc. has had preliminary talks about a potential combination with TikTok, the popular video-sharing app that the Trump administration has declared a national-security threat due to its Chinese ownership, according to people familiar with the matter. It is unclear whether Twitter will pursue a deal with TikTok, which would face significant challenges. A deal …

Researchers from The University of Queensland are recruiting people living with dementia, along with their carers, to help with a study exploring emerging transport technologies. Technology is changing the way people use transport, with app-based ride-sharing the norm and driverless buses on the horizon. However, researchers are concerned a move away from private cars and …

A 65-year-old couple retiring this year should expect to spend about $295,000 on health care costs alone in retirement — but quite frankly, that estimate is conservative. The figure, calculated by Fidelity Investments as part of its annual Health Care Cost Estimate, includes Medicare Part A, Part B and Part D premiums and deductibles, but …

His search for answers has made Como one of the game’s leading instructors. He studied under many of golf instruction’s biggest names before breaking out on his own. He was the youngest instructor named to Golf’s Top 100 list and hosts two shows on Golf Channel. He consulted with Tiger Woods during the early stages …

Vaccinations and the need for them are in the news daily. The short answer is, yes indeed. Oh, I know, as a child you couldn’t wait till you got old enough not to need doctor visits for vaccinations. No lollipop ever made up for those shots. Well, I have some news for you. To protect …

This report is well documented to present crucial analytical review affecting the Global Assisted Living Technologies market amidst COVID-19 outrage. In the light of the lingering COVID-19 pandemic, this mindfully drafted research offering is in complete sync with the current ongoing market developments as well as challenges that together render tangible influence upon the holistic …

The low-frequency, inaudible sounds made by wind power stations are not damaging to human health despite widespread fears that they cause unpleasant symptoms, research published in Finland on Monday said.   A number of studies have already concluded that the audible noise from the energy-generating windmills does not cause health impacts beyond annoyance and sleep disturbance …