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 Wearables Are Real — Even At Virtual CES Are wearables real if you can’t see them and wear them in person at CES? Fortunately, the answer is yes, they are very real, and there were plenty on display at this year’s virtual CES 2021. …

Welp, after what felt like the longest year ever, it’s 2021. And with the new year often comes resolutions — maybe more so this time round. Perhaps you want to lose some of those “corona-kilos” or simply maintain the good hygiene behaviours drummed into us during the pandemic. And in January, especially, we must wade …

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/MCLEOD HEALTH KEVIN MITCHELL McLeod Health & Fitness Center It’s the New Year, and many people are making resolutions to eat better and exercise more. Regardless of the time of year, your age or your fitness level, it’s never too late to make exercise a part of your daily or weekly routine. There are …

Vancouver, BC, Dec. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — From nutrition software to medicinal mushrooms, 2021 is the year for health innovation, and many companies are recognizing this opportunity. Mindful Media shares 12 companies that are taking the challenge out of health, making it easier than ever to access. “Want to get fit and look fabulous this …

The Indian agriculture sector contributes nearly 18 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) and 40 percent of the total rural Net Domestic Product (NDP). Despite its significant contribution to driving socio-economic growth, Indian agriculture still faces a number of challenges. These range from issues such as low productivity to climate change, and lack of …

Welcome back to Mixtape, the TechCrunch podcast that takes examines diversity, inclusion and the human labor that drives tech. This week, Megan moderated a panel at Sight Tech Global, a conference dedicated to fostering discussion among technology pioneers on how advances in AI and related technologies will alter the landscape of assistive technology. The panel …

It made the decision for them, one that she and her husband, Matthew, had been considering already. The increased spread of the coronavirus in the community had increased their concern about the safety of their family. Aside from adopting the dog they were fostering, decisions during the coronavirus pandemic haven’t been easy for the Van …

“Pessimism never won any battle.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower In times of uncertainty, it may seem difficult to remain optimistic. Yet, a look at historic trends show a world that is slowly getting better in many crucial areas. And as businesses continue to innovate faster than ever before, there is much to be optimistic about. …

Zeta struck the Yucatán Peninsula north of Tulum, Mexico, shortly after midnight as a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 80 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. The area is being pummeled by strong winds and heavy rains, and the storm is expected to bring storm surge of 2 to 4 feet above normal …

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — A growing number of colleges and universities are adjusting their spring break plans in response to COVID-19. Several universities are still planning to give their students time off from classes but it won’t look like your typical spring break. How to stay safe: CDC guidelines for traveling during pandemic At VCU, …