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iOS 11 brings so many new features to the iPad that Apple had to make new videos

Apple would like you to know that iOS 11 will totally transform the iPad into the PC killer it keeps promising over the years, and the company has a …

This 7-minute workout is all you need to get in shape

This 7-minute workout is ideal if you have little time to exercise or don't have access to a gym.<p>According a study published in the American College of Science and Medicine's Health & Fitness Journal, the combination of aerobic and resistance training performed at a high-intensity can be extremely …

Apple releases OS X patch for spyware exploit

Apple issued an urgent security update on Thursday for OS X and Safari after finding the same vulnerabilities in its desktop operating system that were discovered last week in its mobile operating system and that allow attackers to remotely take control of a device.<p>The patch for OS X 10.11.6 "El …

Safari (Browser)

Hackers hit SCAN Health Plan, breach data of nearly 90,000 patients

Long Beach, California-based SCAN Health Plan reported its contact sheets' system had been breached by an unauthorized party, which exposed the data …

Health Care Technology

Want to Boost Productivity? Start Your Mornings at This Ungodly Hour

Apple CEO Tim Cook starts his day at 3:45 a.m. Here's why you shouldn't miss the boat on this new trend.<p>A few days ago, I shared my thoughts on what billionaire entrepreneurs do to stay productive in their spare time.<p>What I didn't know is that there's a recent productivity trend on the rise. A …

Time Management

Caribbean cave art sheds surprising new light on ancient religious collision

The picturesque island of Mona sits isolated between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico in the Caribbean Sea. It has no human settlements and is devoid of human life except for Puerto Rican wildlife managers, conservationists and the odd researcher.<p>But beneath the island, cutting through the …

EHR costs proving to be roadblock to big data and predictive analytics

The predictive analytics market is gaining traction and driving EHR growth. But in something of a twist the costs of new EHR tools are simultaneously …

Big Data

Spotlight: Quartz Editorial Assistant Molly Rubin

<b>My name is</b> Molly Rubin and <b>I’m an</b> Editorial Assistant at Quartz (qz.com).<p><b>My work specializes in</b> journalism, news and digital media.<p><b>I have a passion for</b> great stories and great storytelling, in whatever form they happen to take. Whether an interesting article, captivating novel, compelling set of …

Hillary Clinton

Venture capitalist is investing in firms that use computers to improve healthcare

In the mind of former Stanford professor Vijay Pande, software is on the verge of transforming medicine, making it not just better and safer but also less expensive.<p>Pande recently left Stanford to run a new $200-million investment fund devoted to the intersection of computers and biology for …

Ten signs you're burning out (and how to stop it)

Even the best jobs can lead to burnout. The harder you work and the more motivated you are to succeed, the easier it is to get in over your head.<p>The prevalence of burnout is increasing as technology further blurs the line between work and home. New research from the American Psychological …

Hillary Clinton narrowly defeats Bernie Sanders in Nevada caucuses

Hillary Clinton's victory Saturday in the Nevada caucuses puts her back in command to win the Democratic presidential nomination.<p>But it was close enough that Bernie Sanders has every incentive to stay in the race for some time, denying Clinton and the party establishment the swift resolution they …

5 Productivity Tools To Work Smarter, Not Harder

Kelly Weiss<p>Purpose-driven business + lifestyle coach Read full profile<p>Modern day life constantly demands our time, attention, and energy. We put …

Minimalism

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Productivity

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3 Ways to Encourage Smarter Teamwork

Business problems today are too big for any one person to solve. Agile teams are much more effective at solving problems than are lone geniuses. So why do we still reward the smartest people in the room more so than those who excel at working with others? You know who I’m talking about: the people …

Leadership

Stop making these 15 body language mistakes

<i>This article originally appeared on Ragan.com in July 2016.</i> <br>Until you get to know someone, your brain relies on snap judgments to categorize him, …

South Korea grapples to contain MERS as 1,369 in quarantine

<b>Hong Kong (CNN) —</b> The World Health Organization warned that the MERS outbreak in South Korea is likely to grow, as the number of people under quarantine crept up to 1,369 on Wednesday.<p>The Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed five new cases -- increasing the number of people …

South Korea

2014 Lie of the Year: Exaggerations about Ebola

In the days after Duncan’s death,two nurses who cared for him -- Nina Pham and Amber Vinson -- contracted the virus but recovered. That scare forced …

EBOLA Outbreak

<i>Design for contagions in autopsy suites</i><p><b>Introduction</b><br>In 2003, the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) received much attention as a …

Disease

Should We Be Concerned Our Smartwatches Are Giving Us Cancer?

Nick Bilton, a columnist for the style section of The New York Times, released an article on March<p>Nick Bilton, a columnist for the style section of <i>The New York Times,</i> released an article on March 18 with the tagline ”Could wearable computers be as harmful as cigarettes?” The fundamental question …

7 immersive data visualizations that track global health trends

As big data evolves, data visualizations can help turn the most convoluted facts and figures into clear stories, aiding further research efforts and …

Texas nurse who contracted Ebola sues hospital company

<b>(CNN) —</b> She was the first person to contract Ebola in the United States, and now she's suing the hospital where she got infected.<p>Nina Pham, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, filed a lawsuit Monday against the hospital's parent company, Texas Health Resources. She claims the …

Google Analytics Adds Basic Cohort Analysis

Google has added a basic cohort analysis report to its popular Analytics suite. The report, which is in beta release, may help marketers and analysts …

Top 10 U.S. Civil War Sites

These ten places will transport you back to the time of the blue vs. the gray.<p><b>Appomattox Court House National Historical Park; Appomattox, Virginia</b> <br>The first step toward healing a nation was taken on Palm Sunday, April 9, 1865, when Gens. Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant sat down in the parlor of …

Is It Wrong to Take Cellphone Photos of a Dying Man?

Reflections on death, and the social media paparazzi<p>I was in the middle of a run when I noticed a small crowd on the sidewalk, looking toward the street. I turned to see a man on the ground, blood pouring out from under his head. He’d been struck by a car while riding a bike.<p>I ran into the busy …

Social Media

Bill Maher’s slippery slope: Why his war on Islam could hit closer to his own home

<b>Rula Jebreal, Bill Maher (HBO)</b><p>It’s true, parts of the Quran may condone violence. Does Maher want other books and media held to this standard?<p>Heather Digby Parton<p>November 13, 2014 4:49pm (UTC)<p>Critics of Islam like Bill Maher and Sam Harris have been strongly challenged by those who believe that one …

From peyote to gay marriage: How the fight over religious freedom changed over 2 decades

Not long ago, when religious liberty cases reached the courts, the people seeking protection for their beliefs were mostly from small faith groups and their lawyers were liberals.<p>The contested issues were narrow: a demand that plain, black Amish buggies carry bright safety triangles, for instance, …

Hospital charges $9,000 to bandage cut middle finger, report says

A New Jersey teacher said he was charged nearly $9,000 after he showed a cut middle finger to a hospital emergency room aide.<p>Baer Hanusz-Rajkowski said he went to the Bayonne Medical Center last August after he cut his finger with a hammer and thought he needed stitches. He didn’t. Instead he was …