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A Technique to Colour Balance Cellphone Photos to Improve the Remote Assessment of Burns

20 hours ago   |   Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery

Cellphones aid in remote assessment and referral of burns. Colour accuracy is often compromised by manufacturer settings and lighting which can alter the perceived burn depth...
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Apple aiding Beijing in suppressing anti-Xi Jinping protests

Apple aiding Beijing in suppressing anti-Xi Jinping protests

23 hours ago   |   Natural News

Technology giant Apple was found to be aiding the Chinese Communist Party in suppressing protests against Chinese paramount leader Xi Jinping, further cementing its status as a...
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Biden administration pledges to eradicate AIDS by 2030: US will spend extra $7.4bn a year

Biden administration pledges to eradicate AIDS by 2030: US will spend extra $7.4bn a year

23 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

About 30,000 Americans are diagnosed with the disease every year, while globally 1.5million catch the disease annually. America is aiming to eliminate the disease by 2030.
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How Has the Rising Cost of Long-Term Health Care Affected You?

1 day ago   |   NY Times

As inflation rises, assisted living and home health aides are becoming more expensive. We want to hear from people who are dealing with this type of financial stress.
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Q&A: Not just a ‘sweet treat,' dark chocolate packed with benefits for a healthy gut

Q&A: Not just a ‘sweet treat,' dark chocolate packed with benefits for a healthy gut

1 day ago   |   Healio

Good news for chocolate lovers: In moderation, dark chocolate boasts numerous health benefits from flavanols, antioxidants and fiber, all of which aid in promoting gut...
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Telehealth still off the table for Queensland assisted dying launch

1 day ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

While the scheme opens to terminally ill residents next month, efforts to dump federal laws banning doctors from remotely aiding suicide are yet to deliver.
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A Positive HIV Test Shattered His Dreams of Serving in the U.S. Army. Now He's Suing

A Positive HIV Test Shattered His Dreams of Serving in the U.S. Army. Now He's Suing

1 day ago   |   Time

One cold winter morning in 2008, 8-year-old Isaiah Wilkins decided to try on his mother's National Guard uniform, something he always wanted to do. She was away at training in...
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World Aids Day 2022: Report released into the reality of living with HIV and AIDS

World Aids Day 2022: Report released into the reality of living with HIV and AIDS

2 days ago   |   Wales online   |   2 articles

A new report has been released looking into the reality facing people living with HIV and AIDS in the UK
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A call to action and 10 stories for World AIDS Day

A call to action and 10 stories for World AIDS Day

2 days ago   |   Healio   |   2 articles

On Thursday, experts, clinicians and researchers across the world acknowledged World AIDS Day, celebrated each year on December 1. Ahead of the occasion, the Infectious...
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New Model Aims to Aid Monkeypox Vaccine Distribution

2 days ago   |   Medscape

A new model has been developed to guide public health policy makers on the most efficient way to distribute a limited supply of monkeypox vaccines to those who need it the...
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Messi scores as genius unlocks Socceroos

Lionel Messi scores a beautiful opening goal for Argentina, unlocking Australia's defence. Read more ...

NY state health commissioner resigning to return to Harvard

New York's state health commissioner will resign Jan. 1 after 13 months in the job to return to Harvard University's T Read more ...

Community-Based Asymptomatic COVID Testing; Particulate Matter in Lungs

Community-Based Asymptomatic COVID Testing; Particulate Matter in Lungs

TTHealthWatch is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, and Rick Lange, MD, president... Read more ...

Opera and other art should confront controversial issues

In response to the call to action to fix the “rape problem” in opera by denuding the productions of all that is likely to cause harm, let's cleanse art of all beastliness. Read more ...

Charlotte Rampling: ‘You have to do rather nasty things to get on, don't you?'

The film legend discusses the MeToo movement, why she's against plastic surgery and the ménage à trois that scandalised 1970s Britain. Read more ...

Don't believe the myth it's more difficult to satisfy women

Orgasms are a lot like oxygen - no big deal unless you're not getting any. And yet the female orgasm remains more of a mystery than the continued career success of Donald Trump. Read more ...

Savory Steel Cut Oatmeal

Savory Steel Cut Oatmeal

Savory Steel Cut Oats for breakfast is loaded with protein and provides a good dose of fiber, which will keep you feeling satisfied longer. Savory Steel Cut Oats If you never... Read more ...

‘We changed everything': How 56 schools transformed their teaching and...

Fours years ago, stagnating academic outcomes prompted a classroom revolution in this cluster of NSW schools. Read more ...

Alan Carr: ‘The whole gay scene scares me'

The comedian opens up about being an old soul, coming out in the '80s, and his insecurities around dating. Read more ...

Are we really prepared to lose this natural wonder?

Like so many others, I thought we had more time to save the Great Barrier Reef. I was wrong. Read more ...