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New iPhone Fights Steve Jobs' Surprising Mistake

Share to twitter Share to twitter Share to linkedin <div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " During the iPhone's explosive growth period, Apple through on Steve Jobs' strategy Keep the price of the hardware high, but keep the price of software and services as low as possible.It juiced Apple's revenue and profits to record-breaking levels. is saturated, iPhone sales are …

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Social Security disability benefits: Your Facebook posts, Instagram may affect your Social Security disability claim

Social Security Administration can start scanning your posts on Facebook and Instagram to check your disability claim Currently, the federal agency uses them to investigate fraud cases, but is planning to expand the use of poor people's metrics, so training increases data privacy questions Be careful what you posted online. Social Security Administration can start screening your Facebook and Instagram …

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Drinking two or more sugary sodas or sports drinks a day linked with early death – especially in women

How sweet it is – drinking sugary drinks has been associated with a greater risk of death from cardiovascular disease, especially among women, according to a new report from the American Heart Association's journal, Circulation. What's more, when swapping out one sugar-sweetened beverage a day, such as a soda or a sports drink, with an artificially-sweetened drink (using low-calorie or …

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The unacceptable high school student covers the health department to ban him from school during the prevalence of chicken pox / Boing Boing

18-year-old senior high school covers the Northern Kentucky Department of Health Department to ban him from school and sports during the onset of chicken pox. She refused to be immunized because of her "Christian faith," so the Department of Health denied her to go to school or play sports. "The fact that I did not finish my senior year in …

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Daily aspirin no longer recommended to prevent heart attacks for healthy, older adults

Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE March 18, 2019, 4:04 PM GMT By Shamard Charles, MD Taking low-dosed aspirin as a preventative for heart attack or stroke is no longer recommended for adults age 70 or over, according to guidelines released Sunday. The recommendations, issued jointly …

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Parents puts out life skills of children telling a new poll

Parents prevent their adult children from growing by doing things for them, including making appointments and intervening where they work, according to a New York Times / Morning Consult. While we were clucking to college admissions bribe scandals, those of us with kids too young to worry about increased study gaze from our smartphones and remind our tweens and youth …

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