In the next five years, healthcare and life sciences organizations will be navigating unique, disruptive forces presented by a digital-first world that will shape many aspects of the industry landscape from value-based care to prescription digital therapeutics. A report from IDC Research, a premier global… Read More »The outlook for tech-enabled personalized care in healthcare and life sciences
Lu and Choi present their meditations on cultural journeys. Courtesy of Greystreet Media and Intersections in Art By: Kelly Chia, Humor Editor How does our perception of cultural heritage intertwine with our memories? Canadian artists Lucy Lu and Melanie Choi tackle this question in their… Read More »The meaning of cultural identity: (Re) making Chineseness
Daily News: Inside The Hollywood Reporter’s Most Powerful In Media Bash, Cavalli Couture Is Coming, The Return Of Century 21, And More!
Read today’s dose of chic intel right here… Who wasn’t at The Hollywood Reporter’s The Most Powerful People in Media party last night ?! An illustrious crowd of media professionals and A listers hotfooted it to The Pool to celebrate each others’ achievements. Among those… Read More »Daily News: Inside The Hollywood Reporter’s Most Powerful In Media Bash, Cavalli Couture Is Coming, The Return Of Century 21, And More!
Overflowing landfills, polluted waterways, diminishing food supplies – a century of heavy production and consumption have taken a heavy toll on the environment. Finally, governments, businesses and consumers are recognizing that things must change. Instead of producing and selling as much as possible, enthusiasts of… Read More »From Trash to Cash: Startups shaping the circular economy – Sponsored Content
Despite global efforts to protect biodiversity, many plant species are still declining. In Germany, this includes 70 percent of all plant species, with almost a third (27.5 percent) threatened, and 76 species are already considered extinct. Much of this loss can be attributed to the… Read More »Native plant gardening for species conservation – ScienceDaily
Image source: Getty Images Christopher and Audrey Hoyt relied on production, virtual memberships, and technology to generate revenue for their coworking business. Going into 2020, Christopher Hoyt and his wife Audrey knew things would get crazy in March. Little did they (like many people) know… Read More »How Technology Helped a Coworking Company Stay in Business
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Wichita’s former police chief disagrees with how the City of Wichita is handling the recent controversy involving a dozen police officers, but his concern di lui is not just over that case. Gordon Ramsay sent a letter to the mayor and… Read More »Former police chief claims ‘troubled culture’ at Wichita City Hall
Share on PinterestNew research finds a link between the gut microbiome composition and people’s response to statin therapy. BSIP / UIG Via Getty Images Researchers investigated the effects of gut microbiome composition on people’s response to statins. They found that microbiome composition affects statin response… Read More »Does the gut microbiome affect outcomes?
Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd on Wednesday reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 31.90 crore for the fourth quarter ended in March 2022, led by a revival in demand across categories. The company had posted a net loss of Rs 195.86 crore during… Read More »Aditya Birla FRL posts Rs 31.90 cr profit for Jan-Mar, sales up by 25.3%
Stories about YouTubers and TikTok stars earning eight-figure incomes making videos may sound far-fetched, but they are indicative of an emerging investment theme — the multi-earner era. This evolution of the gig economy centers on platforms — from social media and gaming, to shared mobility… Read More »Gig Economy Is Now a Multi-Earner Era