Facebook Content Moderation Inadequate and Ignores Mental Health of Moderators, Says Report

Facebook Content Moderation Inadequate and Ignores Mental Health of Moderators, Says Report

By Anna Domanska - Jun 11, 2020

A new report by the New York University Stern Center for Business and Human Rights explores the consequences of outsourcing content moderation to third parties by social media plat

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Most Influential Industry Leaders in Healthcare of 2019

Most Influential Industry Leaders in Healthcare of 2019

By Carrie Ann - Jul 22, 2019

Today we are watching the evolution of healthcare from merely care-giving to the age of early intervention, prevention, and digital transformation. This evolution has opened up doo

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Apple had to zap key health features from its smartwatch due to reliability issues

Apple had to zap key health features from its smartwatch due to reliability issues

By Carrie Ann - Feb 18, 2015

Earlier it was believed that Apple Watch would come with ten sensors to track health and fitness data. However, Apple has now ditched plans to make its first generation Apple Wat

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Obesity problems in kids relate to consumption of sweetened Drinks

Obesity problems in kids relate to consumption of sweetened Drinks

By Carrie Ann - Aug 05, 2013

According to a new study even five year old kids who drink sugar-sweetened sodas, sports drinks, juices and other sweetened drinks daily are at a higher risk of having obesity prob

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Survey Says Executives Find Work from Home Stressful

Survey Says Executives Find Work from Home Stressful

By Christy Gren - Sep 28, 2020

The pandemic-forced work-from-home mode has left many high net worth executives looking for ways to relax to meet the stress of blurring of leisure and work life.

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EV Adoption could save Americans $70 Billion Each Year

EV Adoption could save Americans $70 Billion Each Year

By Christy Gren - Aug 24, 2020

Extensive electric vehicle adoption can save billions of dollars and many lives.

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Only 1% of the World’s Vanilla is Organic

Only 1% of the World’s Vanilla is Organic

By Anna Domanska - Aug 20, 2018

Have you ever wondered if the vanilla spiced products you’ve been consuming are actually made from natural vanilla or not? Well, chances are high they’re from synthetic

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What Does the 'Future of Economy' Rely Upon?

What Does the 'Future of Economy' Rely Upon?

By Carrie Ann - Apr 05, 2016

Trends are easily subjected to bad reputation, why? Mostly it happens because they are equated with a fad. For instance, when we talk about latest trends, the first thought that ar

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Residing near U.S. fracking wells linked to higher hospitalization rates, study finds

Residing near U.S. fracking wells linked to higher hospitalization rates, study finds

By Anna Domanska - Jul 17, 2015

Apparently shale oil production in the US has a negative impact on the health of the Americans. People living in areas near hydraulic fracturing and oil drilling sites are more lik

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