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Health tracking dog collars purport to provide actionable biometric data. Experts urge caution.

What do smart home devices, activity trackers, and now biometric wearables have in common? They are gadgets for your dog. After the advent of human wearables that track cardiovascular and respiratory health, several companies are suddenly promising the same thing in the form of dogs. Three products, all due to …

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Oscar Predictions 2022: Best Supporting Actor

As with the leading actors, the Best Supporting Actor winner at the Oscars is usually one of the more experienced contenders. Of the 85 previous winners, only four Best Supporting Actor winners were in their 20s and only 15 were in their 30s. The youngest winner Daniel Kaluya (“Judas and …

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The biggest trends of the year from home to fashion

— The recommendations are selected independently by the editors of Reviewed. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Every year, Pinterest predicts the most popular trends for the coming months. The visual search engine just released its 2022 Annual Report, which features everything related to fashion, …

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US news, Dog thieves on the rise, Dognappings on the rise as thieves target French bulldogs in the US

French bulldogs are popular and sell for thousands of dollars on the black market (representative) Washington: The two thieves who brutally robbed 27-year-old Marieke Bayens at gunpoint on a California street weren’t after her purse — or her. They wanted the little dog at the end of their leash: Merlyn, …

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The US uses trained dogs to detect Covid cases in schools

Getty Images Five schools in Massachusetts, US, have started using dogs to search for coronavirus in schools. Dogs have an incredible sense of smell, far more developed than the human sense of smell, and experts have experimented with them to identify many illnesses and diseases. Studies have also shown this …

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Stressed links in the food supply chain cause gaps on supermarket shelves

Ricky Wilson/Stuff Ports of Auckland has moved to open gates 24 hours a day. New Zealand supermarket shoppers still face empty shelves as supply chain disruptions around the world transform the flow of goods to our shores. The global Covid-19 pandemic is causing a “stop-start” flow of imports, commentators say, …

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Data protection problems from genetic tests directly to the consumer | DNA testing

Our findings fall into three main categories: wide-ranging approvals for businesses of DNA (and non-DNA) data when consumers choose to research, over-collection of non-DNA data, and excessive disclosure of non-DNA data. Data. Extensive research authorizationsThe five companies whose apps we evaluated state that they offer their customers the option to …

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Maine’s coldest nights so far this winter are expected to be Monday and Tuesday

Get ready to bundle up and pile up extra blankets. Dangerously cold temperatures, which have not existed this winter, are on the way, warns the National Weather Service. Overnight lows will drop below zero on Monday and Tuesday, and daytime temperatures on Tuesday will mostly be in the single digits. …

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Vaccine experts decide on fourth vaccination for the UK

UK vaccine experts have been giving advice to the government on whether people across the country should now be offered a fourth vaccination. The Joint Vaccination and Immunization Committee has advised the government against giving nursing home residents and anyone over the age of 80 a second booster dose or …

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With so many cryptocurrencies, why does one of them have any value?

A financial report this week celebrated the launch of yet another cryptocurrency, this time a new LGBTQ-focused coin that aims to “fight homophobia.” If successful, the Marikoin, a name that Reuters reported is derived from a homophobic slur in Spanish, could be the kind of niche characters that will survive …

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