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Apple on Thursday released Clips, a video app that's a mix between Snapchat's playful aspect and iMovie's editing prowess. CNET's Scott Stein has been using the app for a few days now and loves the captioning
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Would a life without onions, garlic, apples and most bread be worth living? For growing numbers of people suffering from digestive ills, the answer is "yes," at least for a while. They are trying something
On a wet Wednesday morning I’m reading a glossy, A3-sized health report that promises to unpack the secrets of my DNA. It informs me that I’m twice as likely to get heart disease as the average person.
The challenge may sound insurmountable, but here are paths forward for even the least tech savvy. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. With mobile being one of the most lucrative
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Inflammation is part of the body’s immune response that helps us heal. It’s what happens when you get a splinter and the whole area turns red and gets a bit puffy – that’s your immune system at work helping