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How to Help Patients Prevent Head Injuries

If you pursue a career in the neuroscience industry, you’ll have opportunities to help many people heal following dramatic injury situations. In order to provide excellent customer service, you must help your patients heal every step of the way. The easiest way to help a patient avoid future problems that could impact a previous injury is by providing advice, and ... Read More »

End Citizens United Working to Unseat Some Incumbents

In 2010, the United States Supreme Court decided on what would become a landmark case. In Citizens United v. The Federal Election Commission, the court ruled that it was a free speech violation for the government to enact campaign spending limits on corporations, unions and other groups. In other words, these groups could spend whatever they wanted to elect their ... Read More »

Turn-of-the-Year Concerns: New Security Protocols with OneLogin

There’s a problem with security on the manufacturer’s level right now, and it’s less to do with unwise decisions in the IT department as it is the overwhelming offensive that hackers have taken. The motivation, as expected, has more to do with money than anything, and a database breach can be likened to a bank robbery from the comfort of ... Read More »

What Caregiver Burnout Is And How To Prevent It

Caring for someone with a chronic or progressive condition can be exhausting. This remains true even when the caregiver has lovingly assumed this responsibility and is managing it with the very best of intentions. Consistently putting someone else’s needs ahead of your own can be physically, mentally, and emotionally draining. Unfortunately, once a caregiver actually burns out, this individual may ... Read More »

YouTube Begins Flagging Videos Backed by Governments

YouTube on Friday began labelling news broadcasts that get government money as it vowed to be stricter about content at the globally popular online video-sharing service. A feature being rolled out in the US displays notices below videos uploaded by news broadcasters which receive government or public money, according to a blog post by YouTube News senior product manager Geoff Samek. “Our goal ... Read More »

China Looks to Stamp Out Cryptocurrency Trading

China plans to stamp out all remaining cryptocurrencytrading in the country by blocking access to overseas-based websites and removing related applications from app stores. The moves were outlined in a report Sunday by Financial News, a publication under the People’s Bank of China, which said the aim was to snuff out the “dying cinders” of cryptocurrency trading and initial coin offerings ... Read More »

Bitcoin Continues to Slide, Falls Below $7,000

Digital currency Bitcoin fell more than 15 percent on Monday to a nearly three-month low amid a slew of concerns ranging from a global regulatory clampdown to a ban on using credit cards to buy Bitcoin by British and US banks. On the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange, Bitcoin fell as low as $6,853.53 (roughly Rs. 4.41 lakhs) in early afternoon trading in New ... Read More »

Elon Musk Offers Sneak Peek of SpaceX Spacesuit on Instagram

HIGHLIGHTS SpaceX suit resembles with those worn by NASA astronauts SpaceX founder Elon Musk shared a glimpse of it on Instagram “Worth noting that this actually works (not a mockup),” he added further Astronauts travelling aboard Elon Musk’s Dragon Capsule will wear form-fitting white-and-black spacesuits that bear little resemblance to their NASA forebears, the SpaceX founder revealed Wednesday, a pivotal development in his quest ... Read More »

Intel Says Performance Impact of Chip Flaw Security Updates Isn’t Significant

HIGHLIGHTS The updates were widely expected to have a major performance impact Intel refuted those concerns on Thursday, and citing large clients The performance impact will be further mitigated over time, Intel says Intel Corp said fixes for security issues in its microchips would not slow down computers, rebuffing concerns that the flaws found in microprocessors would significantly reduce performance. The ... Read More »

Firefox v57.0.4 Released With Fixes for Meltdown, Spectre Attacks

HIGHLIGHTS The update is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android It offers prevention against Meltdown, Spectre attacks The release disables SharedAccessBuffer blocking access to bugs Mozilla on Thursday announced the rollout of version 57.0.4 for Release channel users on desktop and mobile. The update features security fixes to resolve recent security flaws, namely, the Meltdown and Spectre attacks. In a release note, ... Read More »